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USA Today's 10Best Reader's Choice Awards

Each year, USA Today’s 10Best Reader’s Choice awards nominates attractions, businesses, and towns in the White Mountains for a variety of categories and we need your help to get them the top spots! Check out the contests below to see how our White Mountains competitors placed!

Best Ski Town-North Conway Voted #1!!!

North Conway is a quintessential New England town, oozing with charm and Victorian architecture. Searching for alpine or Nordic skiing? With over a dozen options all within an hour’s drive of North Conway, there will be something for every member of the family. Enjoy perusing the small shops in North Conway Village or find a deal at Settler’s Green outlet center. Delicious dining options available for every palate.

Best Ski Resort-Cannon Mountain Top 10!

Cannon Mountain is known for having some awesome terrain and trails for all ages and abilities. It’s also the highest ski resort in New Hampshire, with its 4,080’ summit. 97 trails and glades serviced by 11 lifts makes for an awesome day on the slopes.

Best Ski Hotel-Bear Mountain Lodge Top 10!

Located in the beautiful town of Bethlehem, Bear Mountain Lodge is just minutes away from great skiing at Bretton woods and Cannon Mountain. After a day on the slopes, guests can relax and enjoy incredible views of Mount Washington while soaking in the Great Room’s hot tub.

Best Cross-Country Ski Resort Both placed in the Top 10!

It’s hard to pick just one when you have two awesome Nordic resorts on the list. Jackson Ski Touring Foundation offers 150 km of groomed and back-country trails, which meander over the river, through the woods, and past some quintessential New England covered bridges. Waterville Valley Resort grooms 70 km of trails which enters through the White Mountain National Forest and are accessible from both the alpine ski area as well as the Town Square.

(Photos: Jackson XC and Waterville Nordic Center)