Visiting the Lakes Region this winter or just looking to try something new in the area? Here are some suggestions for winter-themed activities to do while you're here. For a full list, visit the Lakes Region Tourism website. Gunstock Mountain Resort - Gilford One great option for hitting the trails is the Gunstock Mountain Resort which offers 220 acres of skiing and riding. You can also go cross-country skiing and snowshoeing on one of their many trails. Another option for thrill-seekers is snow tubing on New Hampshire's longest tubing hill. To find out more information or to purchase a pass, visit the Gunstock website. King Pine Ski area at Purity Spring Resort- East Madison If you are looking to do some skiing or snowboarding while in New Hampshire, check out the King Pine Ski Area at Purity Spring Resort. They offer a variety of options for people of different abilities and skill levels. Along with skiing and snowboarding, they also offer snowshoeing and ice skating. Visit theKing Pine websitefor more information on pricing and events. SledVentures - Lincoln Interested in experiencing the snow in a new way? Rent a snowmobile with SledVentures! You can take a guided or private tour as well as rent your own snowmobile for the day. All gear is included in the price, so SledVentures provides a great deal for a day of snow adventures. For more information visit their website. Dexter's Inn - Sunapee Not only is Dexter's Inn an affordable, family-friendly resort-inn, but it also offeres a variety of activities and adventures. Spend the day skiing or snowshoeing with Dexter's Inn Trails by Norsk. If you are new to skiing, they also offer lessons and equipment rentals. After a day in the snow, warm up by the fireplace at the Inn. To find otu more or make your reservation, visit the Dexter's Inn website. For more suggestions on places to visit or activities for your New Hampshire Lakes Region vacation, visit the Lakes Region Tourism website. Do you have any tips on places to visit in the Lakes Region in the winter months? Share them with us!
Winter Activities in the Lakes Region
- By Robert Hughes