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  1. Foliage Tracker

    Foliage Tracker // The 2017 Fall Foliage season has ended. Thanks for following our reports and for visiting our area. Report by...

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  2. White Mountains Top 5 "Out of the Ordinary" Spring Activities

    Spring time in the White Mountains can be unpredictable, but there is plenty of fun that can be had. Some activities are actually favorable in the Spr...

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  3. Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center

    Pinkham Notch
    Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center

    At the base of Mount Washington enjoy a guided kayak trip along scenic lakes and rivers of northern NH with brilliant mountain views and opportunities for wildlife viewing. Bring your own bike or rent one, walk or hike along on our scenic trail system with amazing views of the Presidential Mountain ...

    Address: Route 16, Pinkham Notch, Gorham 03581
    Phone: (603) 466-2333
    Website: http://www.greatglentrails.com

  4. Picnics in the White Mountains

    Springtime and summertime in the White Mountains of New Hampshire are perfect for getting outdoors – even during meal times. Everything just seems to taste better when you eat outdoors and picnicking can be as easy as packing a few sandwiches, a blanket, and heading out into the wilderness for a t...

  5. Story Land

    Glen
    Story Land

    Story Land is the children’s theme park where fairy tales come to life. Enjoy 22 wonderfully themed rides including our newest attraction: Roar-O-Saurus—a one-of-a-kind wooden roller coaster that offers children of all ages the experience and memory of riding their first ‘big’ coaster! Makin...

    Address: 850 US Route 16, Glen 03838
    Phone: (603) 383-4186
    Website: http://www.storylandnh.com

  6. The White Mountains Trail

    The White Mountains have long been known for natural splendor, cultural richness, historical charm and stimulating recreation-as well as some of the most beautiful scenery in the eastern United States. The White Mountains Trail, designated a National Scenic Byway, encompasses all these aspects over ...

  7. White Mountains National Forest

    The 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest is a powerful presence in the White Mountains. Adjacent to or part of every village and town, the National Forest ensures that this region will remain largely undeveloped.

  8. White Mountains Northern Loop Drive

    North of Franconia Notch State Park is the Northern White Mountains. This gentle countryside is a bit more rural, the pace slower, the views absolutely gorgeous … so get off the highway and explore.

  9. Covered Bridge House B&B

    Glen
    Covered Bridge House B&B

    Feel at home in our cozy B&B located next to an 1850's covered bridge. Enjoy a full country breakfast, outdoor hot tub, and river swimming. 4 guest rooms w/private baths, 2-room family suite, AC. Daily rate: $89-$139 d.o.

    Address: 404 U.S. 302, Glen NH 03838
    Phone: (603) 383-9109
    Website: http://www.coveredbridgehouse.com

  10. Golden Apple Inn

    Glen
    Golden Apple Inn

    A relaxing getaway inn perfect to recharge. Great restaurants close by. A variety of rooms to satisfy couples and families. All rooms are new, very modern with the latest technology like free WiFi and 32" flat panel TVs.

    Address: 322 U.S. 302, Glen NH 03838
    Phone: (603) 383-9680
    Website: http://www.goldenappleinn.com

  11. Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce

    Jackson

    Serving the villages of Jackson, Bartlett, Glen, Hart's Location, and Intervale. PO Box 304, Rt. 16, Jackson 03846.

    Address: 18 Main St, Jackson NH 03846
    Phone: (603) 383-9356
    Website: http://www.jacksonnh.com

  12. Will's Inn

    Glen
    Will's Inn

    Ideally located on the banks of the Saco River. Perfect for family fun and relaxation. Just minutes to Story Land, shopping, and skiing. View all our clean, comfy rooms, cottages, and suites on our website.

    Address: 440 U.S. 302, Glen NH 03838
    Phone: (603) 383-6757
    Website: http://www.willsinn.com

  13. Winter Activities in the White Mountains

    Date: January 4th, 2018

    Winter Activities in the White Mountains

    Everybody knows that the White Mountains has awesome downhill skiing and snowboarding at some of the best ski areas in the Northeast. Check out Loon Mountain Resort, Cannon Mountain, Attitash Mountain Resort, Cranmore Mountain Resort, Wildcat Mountain, Bretton Woods, and Waterville Valley Resort if you don’t believe us.

    However, if you’re not one to hit the slopes, or want to mix up the winter fun, the White Mountains offers a variety of winter activities sure to please every member of the family.

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  14. Holiday Week Events

    Date: December 19th, 2017

    Holiday Week Events

    Planning a White Mountains getaway during your holiday break? There’s fun for the whole family including fireworks, train rides, and a visit from the Grinch! A trip to the White Mountains is always the gift that keeps on giving.

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  15. 10 Intimate Bed & Breakfast Getaways

    Date: December 14th, 2017

    10 Intimate Bed & Breakfast Getaways

    The romance of a quaint New England Bed & Breakfast is not lost on us here in the White Mountains. Amazing views, cozy fireplaces, homemade meals, and charming rooms, create a winter experience you won’t soon forget. Here are 10 intimate B & B getaways to check out in the White Mountains.

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  16. Holiday Happenings in the White Mountains

    Date: November 21st, 2017

    Holiday Happenings in the White Mountains

    We're quite the festive bunch here in the White Mountains and know how to celebrate the holidays. We've got tree lightings, sleigh rides, tasty treats, parades, and most importantly...Santa. Take a look at all of the fun things we have planned for you this holiday season.

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  17. Scenic Foliage Routes Off the Beaten Path

    Date: September 21st, 2017

    Scenic Foliage Routes Off the Beaten Path

    No matter which region of the White Mountains you travel this fall, you will be surrounded by incredible foliage. However, sometimes it’s best to spend a few extra minutes taking the leisurely route that is off the beaten path. You may discover a town you’ve never heard of, or a road you’ve never driven. Grab a map, and your camera, and check out these 5 scenic routes on your hunt for fall foliage.

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  18. The Route Less Traveled for Fall Foliage in the White Mountains

    Date: September 8th, 2017

    The Route Less Traveled for Fall Foliage in the White Mountains

    No matter where your base is when you come to the White Mountains this fall, you can find a route less traveled to get the most bang for your foliage buck. Bring your camera and go on a hunt for hidden foliage treasure.

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  19. Labor Day Happenings in the White Mountains

    Date: August 23rd, 2017

    Labor Day Happenings in the White Mountains

    Labor Day is quickly approaching and is a great chance to come up for one more summer hoorah! There’s plenty to do in the White Mountains Labor Day weekend and deals and specials for you to take advantage of. We’ll see you soon!

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  20. Family-Friendly Hikes in the White Mountains

    Date: July 18th, 2017

    Family-Friendly Hikes in the White Mountains

    We’ve compiled a list of great family-friendly hikes in the White Mountains. This is just a handful of hiking trails in the White Mountains, and it is a helpful start when planning your next family hike. Don’t forget to bring water, a picnic lunch, and your camera!

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  21. The Top 10 Tallest Waterfalls in the White Mountains

    Date: June 14th, 2017

    The Top 10 Tallest Waterfalls in the White Mountains

    The White Mountains are known for their breathtaking views as well as their stunning waterfalls. There are hundreds of waterfalls in the White Mountains; some are right off the road, and others are a short hike in the woods. In the summer, (especialy after a good rain storm), these awe-inspiring beauties show off their full potential. To get the most bang for your viewing buck, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 tallest waterfalls in the White Mountains that you just have to see to believe.

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  22. 10 Can't Miss Winter Adventures

    Date: January 27th, 2017

    10 Can't Miss Winter Adventures

    A classic New Hampshire winter in the White Mountains offers a sparkling world full of snowy adventure! Be sure to check out these Top 10 can't miss winter adventures.

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  23. 10 Incredible Things to Do on Columbus Day Weekend

    Date: October 6th, 2016

    10 Incredible Things to Do on Columbus Day Weekend

    Autumn in the White Mountains is a festive explosion of colors that burst across our mountain landscapes and here are 10 ways to experience the White Mountains in the fall.

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  24. "Bomb Cyclone" Brings Up to 17" of New Snow to NH Ski Areas

    Date: January 5th, 2018

    "Bomb Cyclone" Brings Up to 17" of New Snow to NH Ski Areas
    Warmer temperatures to return in time for Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend

    Photos available for download: http://bit.ly/2AvmLSB

    Conway, NH (January 5, 2018)—Though some may bemoan the shoveling from the "Bomb Cyclone" blizzard that hit New England on Thursday, January 4, Ski New Hampshire's member resorts are celebrating the storm. With snow totals reaching up to 17" through the course of the storm, many of the Granite State's ski areas are 100 percent open, or very close to it, heading into the weekend.

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  25. Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center Opening Friday, December 15th for the Winter Season

    Date: December 15th, 2017

    Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center  Opening Friday, December 15th  for the Winter Season

    Pinkham Notch, NH—Mother Nature controls everything here in Snow Country, and she’s been kind to us this past week, dropping 19 inches of snow in Pinkham Notch. With cold temperatures ahead, and plenty of snow on the ground, Great Glen Trails will be opening for the 2017-2018 season this Friday, December 15. Most of our 45 kilometers of ski and snowshoe trails will be open immediately, and our dedicated grooming staff will be working through the night to create the early-season conditions that you’ve been dreaming about. Our tubing hill has acres of fresh corduroy, and our fleet of SnowCoaches are ready to take you up the legendary Auto Road to treeline on Mt. Washington.

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  26. New Hampshire Skiers Will Have a White Christmas After Recent Storms

    Date: December 13th, 2017

    New Hampshire Skiers Will Have a White Christmas After Recent Storms

    New Hampshire Skiers Will Have a White Christmas After Recent Storms
    Snowfall totals reached nearly two feet between Saturday and Tuesday’s weather events.

    Photos and video available for download: http://bit.ly/2j1jcNZ

    CONWAY, NH (December 13, 2017)—Skiers and snowboarders won’t have to dream of a white Christmas this year. Snowstorms overnight brought up to 8 inches of new snow by Sunday, December 10 for some of Ski New Hampshire’s member ski areas, followed by another weather event on Tuesday, December 12 which totaled up to a foot in some parts of the state. With cold temperatures and more snow in the forecast for next week, New Hampshire’s

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  27. CRANMORE MOUNTAIN RESORT CELEBRATES COMPLETION OF PHASE ONE OF $50 MILLION DEVELOPMENT KEARSARGE BROOK CONDOMINIUMS AT CRANMORE

    Date: November 21st, 2017

    CRANMORE MOUNTAIN RESORT CELEBRATES COMPLETION OF PHASE ONE OF $50 MILLION DEVELOPMENT KEARSARGE BROOK CONDOMINIUMS AT CRANMORE

    North Conway, NH (November 20, 2017) – State and local leaders gathered at Cranmore Mountain Resort today for an official ribbon cutting ceremony that marked the completion of Phase One of Cranmore’s $50 Million base area redevelopment project called Kearsarge Brook Condominiums at Cranmore. When completed, the six phase Master Plan will bring six new buildings, 106 year round residences and 45,000 square feet of new day lodge space to the resort.

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  28. Memorial Hospital Fun Run at Storyland

    Date: August 18th, 2017

    Memorial Hospital Fun Run at Storyland

    CONWAY — Memorial Hospital invites local school-aged children to take part in the fifth annual Fun Run at Story Land on Monday, Sept. 4, with check in beginning at 8 a.m.

    This Fun Run is the kick off to a school-year long initiative to bring their “Let’s Go” health and wellness education and activities to students throughout Mount Washington Valley, funded by the proceeds of the 2017 Memorial Hospital Open Golf Tournament. While the race is open to all, local children will receive free registration courtesy of the North Conway-based hospital.

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  29. Open for the Season: White Mountains Attractions Welcome Start of Summer

    Date: May 18th, 2017

    New rides, new thrills for visitors to New Hampshire’s White Mountains. With Memorial Day weekend upon us, attractions in New Hampshire’s White Mountains are set to open for the season.

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  30. Field of Drivers Announced for the 2017 Subaru Mt. Washington Hillclimb

    Date: February 13th, 2017

    Officials with the Sports Car Club of New Hampshire, organizers of the 2017 Subaru Mt. Washington Hillclimb planned for July 6-9, 2017 at the Mt. Washington Auto Road in Gorham, NH, announced today that 80 competitors representing 17 states in the United states as well as the countries of Canada, Wales, Australia and Romania will make up the field for this year’s Climb to the Clouds automotive hillclimb taking place on the historic 7.6 mile Mt. Washington Auto Road.

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  31. The Mount Washington Summit Road Company Announces The Return Of The Glen House Hotel

    Date: January 24th, 2017

    The Mount Washington Summit Road Company Announces The Return Of The Glen House Hotel

    Half a century since the last Glen House stood on this site, the family-owned Mount Washington Summit Road Company (MWSRC) which has owned and operated the Mt. Washington Auto Road since 1906, intends to have the fifth iteration of the hotel open by May 2018.

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  32. Top Ten Places to Find Romance in the Mt. Washington Valley

    Date: January 23rd, 2017

    As Valentine’s Day closes in, those looking for romance need look no further than Mt. Washington Valley, NH, where ‘feelin’ the love’ was never so fun, easy, or worry free. Whether you’re searching for that special ski bum hoping to propose to the one you love, below are some great ideas guaranteed to help court cupid this year.

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  33. From Santa to Skiing and Shopping too, Mt Washington Valley's Holiday Events Calendar is Packed

    Date: November 9th, 2016

    As the holidays approach, the calendar in Mt Washington Valley, NH fills with everything from shopping events to Santa sightings, skiing and the chance to ring in the new year in the White Mountains. It’s a packed holiday calendar with so many reasons to visit Mt Washington Valley you’ll need to plan more than one getaway. Visit one weekend for tax-free shopping and the next weekend for skiing and holiday events. It’s all here in Mt Washington Valley.

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  34. November is Holiday Shopping Month in the Mt Washington Valley

    Date: November 1st, 2016

    November is Holiday Shopping Month in the Mt Washington Valley

    Shoppers can get an early start on holiday buying with tax-free shopping and shop-fests throughout Tax-Free “Shoptember” in Mt Washington Valley.

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  35. Story Land with 23 PokéStops to Host Event July 22nd

    Date: July 19th, 2016

    Story Land with 23 PokéStops to Host Event July 22ndGlen, NH - Story Land has jumped on the Pokémon Go craze with their very own after hour's event this Friday, July 22nd from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Grab an Exclusive Pokémon Go Event ticket at StoryLandnh.com for only $9.99 and venture through the Land Where Fantasy Lives while catching all the Pokémon you can! With 23 PokéStops at the park, Story ...

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  36. There's Nothing Like the Start of a New Season: Opening Days for the White Mountains Attractions

    Date: May 12th, 2016

    There's Nothing Like the Start of a New Season: Opening Days for the White Mountains AttractionsNORTH WOODSTOCK, NH - From the top of Mount Washington to the underground worlds of Polar Caves Park and Lost River Gorge, many of New Hampshire's White Mountains Attractions are set to open their doors for the summer.This popular New England region has been a vacation destination for generations of visitors, where trips to Story Land, Clark...

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  37. Open for the Holidays in the White Mountains

    Date: December 3rd, 2015

    Open for the Holidays in the White MountainsNorth Woodstock, NH - Mountain ridges turn white and villages start to twinkle with festive lights, as the excitement of the upcoming holiday season builds. In preparation, the attractions and towns throughout New Hampshire's White Mountains have planned seasonal events through the rest of this year.Santa Claus loves to ride the rails, and will...

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  38. Snow or No Snow, Nordic Warm-Up is a Go at Great Glen Trails

    Date: December 2nd, 2015

    Snow or No Snow, Nordic Warm-Up is a Go at Great Glen TrailsPinkham Notch, NH - Snowmakers at Great Glen Trails in Pinkham Notch have been busy throughout the week making snow as opening day quickly approaches. Whether or not the weather holds for any additional snowmaking, or even natural snowfall, Great Glen's annual Nordic Warm-up Program, led by Ski School Director and 1984 Olympian Sue Wemyss, will...

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  39. June Events in the Mt. Washington Valley

    Date: June 9th, 2015

    North Conway, NH - As we prepare for another summer in Mt Washington Valley, June is alive with everything from adventure to foodie events. From bird watching to motorcycle riding, June events attract visitors from throughout the world. It's a time when trees start greening up, golf courses open and family attractions open daily.&nb...

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  40. Story Land Opens the 23rd introducing Rory the Dino with the Big Roar!

    Date: May 20th, 2015

    Story Land Opens the 23rd introducing Rory the Dino with the Big Roar!Glen, NH - Story Land opens Saturday May 23 for its 62nd season! Opening day will feature the debut of Rory, the Dino that leads Roar-O-Saurus around the track. Roar-O-Saurus, the ever popular wooden coaster, was the highlight of Story Land's 60th anniversary season. Joining Story Land's cast of popular characters that inc...

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  41. Open for the Holidays in the White Mountains

    Date: November 21st, 2014

    Open for the Holidays in the White MountainsWhite Mountains, NH (11/21/14) - Freshly fallen snow coats the ground and the excitement of the upcoming holiday season is beginning to build. In preparation, towns and attractions throughout New Hampshire's White Mountains have planned bountiful family-friendly events through the rest of this year.You probably didn't know that S...

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  42. October is an EVENTful month at Conway Scenic Railroad

    Date: September 30th, 2014

    October is an EVENTful month at Conway Scenic RailroadFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ~ September 29, 2014Contact: Susan Logan - susan@conwayscenic.comtel: (603) 356-5251, ext. 21North Conway, NH…….. All aboard the Conway Scenic Railroad for some great family fun! Located in the center of North Conway Village, the Conway Scenic Railroad will offer three events during the last two weeks ...

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  43. Women's Winter Escape at Great Glen Trails

    An all-women's weekend offering with a variety of classic and skate ski clinics, naturalist-led snowshoe tours, yoga, equipment demo and preparation lesson, snow tubing, nutrition talk, meals, refreshments and more. Limited number of participants assures personalized attention in clinics. Schedule TBA and is subject to change Fee: $99 *Does not include lodging Online registration will be available soon Join us this winter and escape.
  44. Women's Winter Escape

    Women’s Winter Escape at Great Glen is a unique chance to learn and take part in a variety of activities with other women in small groups, providing for personalized attention from expert instructors.
    • For women only
    • Small groups with individualized attention
    • Skate skiing clinics
    • Classic cross-country skiing clinics
    • Downhill skills clinics
    • Snowshoe tours led by a naturalist
    • Yoga
    • Lunch
    • Sip & shop
    • And more!

    The activities include a variety of ski clinics for classic and skate techniques, beginner through advanced, snowshoeing led by a naturalist, yoga; snow tubing, pre- and post-activity stretching, lunch, and an après ski wine and cheesegathering with discounted shopping in the Great Glen Outfitter Shop. Women’s Winter Escape is limited to twenty participants, ensuring a low instructor to student ratio for maximum learning.

    All women will make their clinic selections at Saturday morning check-in on January 13. Participant numbers are limited in each clinic, to assure personalized attention and instruction during clinics.
    The following day, Sunday, January 14, Great Glen hosts an equipment demo, with ski and snowshoe products from Atomic, Fischer, Rossignol, Salomon, Swix and Tubbs available to take out and test on the trails. Participants in Saturday’s Women’s Winter Escape will receive their free trail pass for Sunday, enabling them access to the equipment demo with no extra charge.
    The cost for Women’s Winter Escape is $89.
    This includes: On Saturday; trail pass, all clinics, ski and snowshoe rentals, a light continental breakfast, lunch, après-activity refreshments, shopping discount, and a commemorative SKIDA hat. On Sunday; trail pass, access to all demo equipment from the above visiting companies.
    *For lodging recommendations, please visit the Lodging Partners page on our website.

  45. Women's Skate Ski Clinic at Great Glen Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  46. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 2 at Great Glen Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  47. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 1 at Great Glen Trails

    three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  48. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 1 at Great Glen Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  49. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 1 at Great Glen Ski Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  50. Winter Trails Day at Great Glen Trails

    Winter Trails Day is a free one day event where people new to snow sports can try snowshoeing and/or cross country skiing! To promote the health, fitness and social benefits of snow sports participation, we are offering free cross country skiing lessons and snowshoe rentals to first timers only on Saturday, from 12:30 - 4:00 p.m. Minimum age for a ski lesson is 6 yrs however any first timer can snowshoe or try skiing for free.

  51. Winter Fat Biking at Great Glen Trails

    New this winter! We are allowing Fatbiking on our trail system!! On select Sunday afternoons from 12:30 - 4pm - Jan 4th & 25th, Feb 1st & 22nd and March 1st & 15th. Trail pass required and rentals available.
  52. Winter Fat Biking at Great Glen Trails

    New this winter! We are allowing Fatbiking on our trail system!! On select Sunday afternoons from 12:30 - 4pm - Jan 4th & 25th, Feb 1st & 22nd and March 1st & 15th. Trail pass required and rentals available.
  53. Winter Fat Biking at Great Glen Trails

    New this winter! We are allowing Fatbiking on our trail system!! On select Sunday afternoons from 12:30 - 4pm - Jan 4th & 25th, Feb 1st & 22nd and March 1st & 15th. Trail pass required and rentals available.
  54. Sunrise SnowCoach Tour

    Experience an unforgettable winter sunrise at treeline from the comfort of the Mt. Washington SnowCoach.


    Our experienced SnowCoach drivers will take you to treeline (weather permitting) at 4,200 feet on the Mt. Washington Auto Road for a chance to watch the sun rise. We leave promptly at 6:30 am in January and 5:45 am in February from the base lodge, and will not hold back the trip as we need to keep a tight schedule throughout the day for all our guests.

    Even if we don't actually get to the see the sun rise, you can be sure the early morning lighting at treeline will make for incredible and unforgettable scenes. Although you are riding in a heated van, you should dress warm as you will have an opportunity to get out of the SnowCoach for pictures and to experience the weather on Mount Washington.

    Weather information can be found here and you are always welcome to call for the latest conditions at the Top of the Tour.

  55. Starlit Snowshoe Tour at Great Glen Trails

    Experience the wonder of a night time winter walk. Join an AMC Naturalist Guide on a guided snowshoe walk. Tours are Jan 18, Feb 15, 21 and March 7. They fill quick so make your reservation today! Call 603-466-2333.
  56. Starlit Snow Shoe Tour w/Tin Mountain at Great Glen Trails

    Experience the wonder of a night time winter walk. Join a Naturalist from Tin Mountain Conservation Center on a guided snowshoe walk. Tours are Jan 18, Feb 15, 21 and March 7. They fill quick so make your reservation today! Call 603-466-2333.
  57. Starlit Snow Shoe Tour at Great Glen Trails

    Experience the wonder of a night time winter walk. Join an AMC Naturalist Guide on a guided snowshoe walk. Tours are Jan 18, Feb 15, 21 and March 7. They fill quick so make your reservation today! Call 603-466-2333.
  58. Starlit Snow Shoe Tour at Great Glen Trails

    Experience the wonder of a night time winter walk. Join an AMC Naturalist Guide on a guided snowshoe walk. Tours are Jan 18, Feb 15, 21 and March 7. They fill quick so make your reservation today! Call 603-466-2333.
  59. Skiers Open House

    Welcome all skiers, downhill and Nordic alike, to Great Glen Outfitters' 3rd Annual Open House! Enjoy a fun evening of socializing, checking out new gear and clothing, trying out some fatbikes for free, and awesome door prizes. You don't want to miss this exciting event!

    • Moat Mtn beer, wine and pizza on us
    • 2017/2018 clothing and equipment preview
    • Get your Winter Season Pass and receive 
10% off all in-stock products
 all season long
    • FREE Fatbike demo from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    • 20% off
 all in-stock products
    • LOADS of door prizes!
  60. Ski with a Naturalist at Great Glen Trails

    Ski with a naturalist from the Appalachian Mountain Club and learn about the flora and fauna, scout for tracks in the snow and different trees in the Glen. Free with a trail pass. There will be no tour on Jan 11th or March 1st, 2015.
  61. Ski with a Naturalist at Great Glen Trails

    Ski with a naturalist from the Appalachian Mountain Club and learn about the flora and fauna, scout for tracks in the snow and different trees in the Glen. Free with a trail pass. There will be no tour on Jan 11th or March 1st, 2015.
  62. Ski with a Naturalist at Great Glen Trails

    In conjunction with the Appalachian Mountain Club, Great Glen Trails offers you the chance to really get to know Pinkham Notch, with a FREE tour (trail pass is required). When you ski with a naturalist, you will learn about the flora and fauna that make our corner of the world so special.

  63. Ski & Shoe to the Clouds with Great Glen Trails & the Mount Washington Auto Road

    The event formerly known as the “Ski to the Clouds” has a new name: “Ski & Shoe to the Clouds”, reflecting the growing number of snowshoers who have joined the ranks of cross country skiers challenging themselves and the Northeast's highest peak each winter. The event has taken place for the past 18 years on the snow covered Mt. Washington Auto Road and will be held this season on March 1, 2015. Long referred to as “North America's Toughest 10K Winter Race”, the Ski & Shoe to the Clouds course has an average grade of 12%, over the last 6K as you climb the final 2,200 vertical feet. While there will be competitors who are seeking to make or break a record, for others it is the ultimate way to personally test themselves in one of nature's most spectacular environments. The Ski & Shoe to the Clouds race is limited to a field of only 150 skiers and snowshoers and these racers will have the Mt. Washington Auto Road to themselves as remarkable views of the Presidential Range and beyond reveal themselves. On race day, there will be a mass start of cross country skiers at 10 am, followed by the snowshoe start 5 minutes later. Ski & Shoe to the Clouds is considered a true freestyle event, there will not be separate classes for classic and skate skiing.
  64. Pengiuns and Polar Bears at Great Glen Trails

    Ski Camps for Kids! Join Polly the Penguin and Percy the Polar Bear for fun on snow! February 16 - 18, 2015 9:30am - 11:30am Penguins - Ages 6-8 Polly the PenguinLet's play some games! Being a penguin is all about playing in the snow. What else do penguins love to do? Ski, of course! Slide around just like a penguin and learn all a penguin's favorite ski games: Capture the flag, one ski ball pass, freeze tag and more! Learn how to maneuver, glide, duck and dive just like a penguin! Polly the Penguin says: “Come glide with me, cross skiing is fun!” Polar Bears - Ages 9-11 Percy the Polar BearTime for some serious fun! Polar Bears are fun, fast and great on skis! They're super skiers! To be a super skier just like a Polar Bear, you need to explore all of Great Glen Trails. Find hidden treasures on scavenger hunts, learn to ski scooter and try out the ski limbo. In no time, you'll be skiing like a polar bear! Percy the Polar Bear says: “I'm looking for the best skiers to join my Super Polar Bear Skier Squad!” Both Penguins and Polar Bears are led by the Great Glen Trails Ski School staff and the camp director is Olympian Sue Wemyss. Sue has taught and coached cross country skiing for more than 20 years to students of all ages. For many winters now, she has worked with kids at Great Glen Trails ensuring they have fun on snow while learning how to improve their skiing. Her experience leads the team and Polly the Penguin and Percy the Polar Bear are grateful to have her on board. Cost: $99 includes three-day camp, trail passes and rentals (if needed). Call to register (603) 466-2333. Two-day: $75 Single day: $40 For the single and two-day options, a phone interview with Camp Director, Sue Wemyss or Retail Manager, Nathan Harvey, (603) 466-2333 is required for participants to join the camp “late,” i.e. on Day 2. One-day only participation is not available on Day 3. Great Glen reserves the right to cancel the camp if minimum number of campers is not reached two days prior to the start of each camp.
  65. Nordic Warm Up at Great Glen Trails

    It's been months since you've been on snow, but you can pick up right where you left off. Join Great Glen Trails Ski School Director and Olympian Sue Wemyss for the Nordic Warm Up. Every session from 9:00am-10:00am Sue will have an optional waxing clinic. Ski session to follow 10:00am-11:30am.
  66. Nordic Meisters at Great Glen Trails

    For eight weeks, skiers of all abilities challenge themselves on the race courses with prizes awarded in age categories and through a raffle. We also offer a non-timed category for those looking for all the fun without the the racing!
  67. Nordic Meisters at Great Glen Trails

    For eight weeks, skiers of all abilities challenge themselves on the race courses with prizes awarded in age categories and through a raffle. We also offer a non-timed category for those looking for all the fun without the the racing!
  68. Nordic Meisters at Great Glen Trails

    For eight weeks, skiers of all abilities challenge themselves on the race courses with prizes awarded in age categories and through a raffle. We also offer a non-timed category for those looking for all the fun without the the racing!
  69. Nordic Demo Day

    Nordic Demo Day

    Sunday, January 14, 2018

    9:00 am - 3:00 pm



    Free demos with trail pass and look for great sales with 20% off store wide!

    Demo Day will feature representatives with the latest in skis, boots, poles, wax and accessories.

    Great Glen Outfitters carries most of the items that will be featured during Demo Day, and the staff will be available to help with packages and sizing and to answer any additional questions.

    Representatives from:

  70. Littleton Harvest Festival

    Calling all ghosts, goblins, and ghouls; beckoning the area's finest princesses, pirates, and pixies. Community members and visitors alike are encouraged to enjoy the Littleton Harvest Festival jamboree by attending plenty of fun events including the 4th Annual Gathering of the Jack O' Lanterns on the Ammonoosuc River, a ride with the Headless Horseman, a chance to savor family-friendly Trick or Treating on Main Street, a haunted walk along the Ammonoosuc River, a community bonfire, and a dance at the Littleton Opera House! Costumes are welcomed and encouraged for a day of community fun and excitement.

    For more information about the event and an interactive map, please visit http://bit.ly/harvestfest13, or call the Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce at 603.444.6561.

    Schedule:
    10 am - 12 pm: Littleton Police Department Halloween Festival at the Littleton High School

    12 pm - 2 pm: Boys & Girls Club of the North Country Old Home Day Festivities at Remich Park

    2 pm - 4 pm: Trick or Treating on Main Street
    - Spooky Stories on the Library Lawn
    - Chili Contest at Littleton Food Co-op

    At Dusk: Haunted Riverwalk Gathering of Jack O' Lanterns on the River
    - Ghoulish Music at Riverglen Gazebo
    - Headless Horseman's Carriage Rides
    - Eerie Astronomy at Riverglen Parking Lot

  71. Kids Ski Fest at Great Glen Trails

    An EXTRA FUN day for kids at Great Glen! Come join us in the morning, afternoon or all day for winter fun on skis! Terrain park, group games, bean bag biathlon, Team Sprint Relays, treats to eat at the Cabin, a lollipop race and more. Mini-lessons will be offered in both morning and afternoon for first-time cross country youth skiers. Special trail pass rate for participants; free rentals for kids.
  72. Kids Ski Fest

    Kids Ski Fest

    Saturday, February 3, 2018

    9:00am - 3:00pm


    Come join us for winter fun on skis for the whole family! Try out the maze, bicycle bumps, and junior jump at the Skier Discovery Zone! Games, team relays, and a scavenger hunt with prizes on trails to the Great Angel Cabin! Beginner lessons and a lollipop race for new skiers. Lunch in our cozy Base Lodge, storytelling, and tubing all day! Parents are welcome and encouraged to take part in all activities offered.
    Registration includes a trail pass, lunch, and activities all day. Register in advance, and kids rental skis are free, adults 1/2 off!

    Schedule

    8:30-9:30am Registration and rental ski pick-up

    9:30-10:30am Beginner lesson or Games on skis

    11:00am-12:00pm Freestyle Relays (skate or classic) - teams picked randomly, 1 and 2 km distance dependent on age/experience

    12:00-12:30pm Lollipop races - approx.150 meter length for beginning skiers

    12:30-1:30pm Alphabet Soup lunch in Libby Room

    1:30-2:30pm Create a Ski Poster!

    1:30-3:00pm Dragon Egg Scavenger Hunt on Trails and Ski Tour to Great Angel Cabin

    2:00-3:00pm Hot Chocolate and Cookies at Great Angel Cabin

    Ongoing from 10am-3:00pm

    Snow Tubing

    Skier Discovery Zone obstacles and challenges
    Storytelling by the fire with Jayne Richards at 11:00-11:30am and1:30-2:00pm

    Online Registration:*

    $20 - One child Grades 1-8

    $15 - Each additional child Grades 1-8

    $25 - One adult

    $75 - Family

    *register in advance, kids rentals are FREE and adult rentals 1/2 off!

    Day-of Event Registration:

    $25 - One child Grades 1-8

    $20 - Each additional child Grades 1-8

    $30 - One adult

    $85 - Family

    For more information, contact Lisa Matthews at lisa@mt-washington.com or (603)466.3988.

  73. Great Glen Winter Charity Day

    Great Glen Charity Day

    Saturday, March 10, 2018

    8:30am - 2:30pm

    An event to remember and celebrate the lives of Great Glen friends passed

    Over the years, we have lost some very close friends here at Great Glen. They were folks who loved to recreate outdoors on our trail system; be it cross country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, running and/or walking. This year we’ve planned a day for memories and the celebration of active lives. We invite you to help us celebrate and honor people who may no longer be with us, but live on in our hearts by making a donation to the charity of your choice, then joining us on Saturday, March 10, 2018. Come ski for the day, take a run or two on our tubing hill, explore the woods on snowshoes, enjoy a catered lunch, or take a ride on the Mt. Washington SnowCoach* to treeline on the Mt. Washington Auto Road. Or maybe simply sit with us in the lodge dining room and share memories, while enjoying the views and the camaraderie of friends.

    How do you make this happen?

    • Make a minimum donation of $25 per person ($15 ages 5-12) to the charity of your choice and enjoy free skiing, tubing, snowshoeing and a buffet lunch.
    or
    • Make a minimum donation of $50 per person ($30 ages 5-12) to the charity of your choice and enjoy free skiing, tubing, snowshoeing, a buffet lunch and a ride on the Mt. Washington SnowCoach* to treeline on the Auto Road.

    * The first 32 people who make a $50 donation will receive a ticket for the SnowCoach for that day. We expect these available spots to go fast - so get your donations in early.
    Minimum donation is per person. Kids under 5 participate free with each donating adult.
    Check in to receive your wristband for the day. Lunch will be served 11:30-1:00.
    Donations will also be accepted on the day of event but pre registration would be helpful.

    These are suggested minimum donations - please be as generous as you can be, we're sure your favorite charity will be very appreciative! Need help chosing a charity? Take a look at all the great local causes here in the Mt Washington Valley.

    Register by printing out this pdf, then write a check made out to the charity of your choice (not to Great Glen Trails) and mail them to us or drop them off here. We'll take care of getting the donation to your charity. See you on the 11th!

    Great Glen Trails
    Attn: Charity Day
    PO Box 278
    Gorham NH, 03581

  74. Great Glen Craft Fair

    The aroma of freshly baked goodies welcomes you at the door, as well as a craft raffle! Your purchase supports our Great Glen Bill Koch League Ski Club. Crafters take over the base lodge and are spread out on all three floors! Woodworking, photography, knitting, specialty soaps and lotions, jewelry, wreaths, and much more—including live demonstrations.

  75. Go Red for Women's Heart Disease at Great Glen Trails

    February is heart month! Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer in women? Red is the color of the day, so come wearing your best red sweater or outfit and receive 50% off trail passes, rentals and a Go Red Dress pin. Help raise heart disease awareness.
  76. Glenn Miller Orchestra

    The Omni Mount Washington Resort is pleased to welcome the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra on Monday, December 15.

    Enjoy timeless classics and traditional holiday favorites in the majestic Mount Washington Hotel Grand Ballroom. Relive the golden age of dance music with huge top of the chart hits such as “Chattanooga Choo Choo”, “Tuxedo Junction” and, of course, the enchanting “Moonlight Serenade”. As an extra-added bonus, the famed orchestra will include some special arrangements of your favorite holiday classics to truly get you…. “In the Mood” for Christmas!

    Doors open at 8pm for this one night only event. Seating is limited so reservations are strongly recommended. Tickets are $30 per person, and may be purchased by calling 603.278.8989, or visiting brettonwoods.com/glennmiller. Or make a night of it - enjoy luxurious accommodations at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel including event tickets from just $149 per couple. Call 800.843.6664 or visit omnihotels.com/mountwashington for details and to reserve.

  77. Glenn Miller Orchestra

    We are proud to present ... "In The Mood" for Christmas on December 18th. Enjoy a three-course dinner and prepare to dance the night away as the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra takes to the stage to perform some of the greatest big band hits of all time and holiday classics! Perfect for your holiday group gathering.

    This is a one night only event, and seating is limited so reservations are strongly recommended.

  78. Eyes on Owls at Great Glen Trails

    Join teacher/naturalist Marcia Wilson and author/photographer/naturalist Mark Wilson in sharing their passion for owls! “Owls of the World - Who's Watching You?” is a live owl presentation, with appearances from (6) different owls from New England and beyond.
  79. Carl Johnson Memorial Ski-a-thon at Great Glen Trails

    March 14, 2015 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. Ski as many laps as you can to raise money for ALS! Carl Johnson, a close friend to Great Glen Trails and a lover of all things skiing, passed away in 2006 of ALS. This event is held in his honor, and in his spirit, it's all about fun! Get your family and friends to pledge money based on how many laps of the 5-kilometer course you will ski. It's a ski-a-thon. Fundraising online! Click HERE to create your own fund raising page that you can share to your friends and family OR to donate to one of the competitors who already has a fundraising page. Watch the thermometer grow on behalf of Carl Johnson. It's easy and fun! Entry fee: $20, includes trail pass with all proceeds donated to the ALS Association. *All racers are encouraged to raise additional funds to help support the ALS Association. Prizes awarded for the most laps completed and highest amount pledged. As always, the event will feature a prize for the loudest & wackiest tights! The event will also feature an ALS benefit raffle for a handcrafted, wooden vessel made by Great Glen Trails Ambassador Ed Good and 2014 Olympic Biathlete Sean Doherty. Tickets are 3 for $5. carl johnson memorial, ski a thon, great glen trails, wood turned Day of Registration: 9:00AM-11:00AM About ALS: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons reach from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the muscles throughout the body. The progressive degeneration of the motor neurons in ALS eventually leads to their death. When the motor neurons die, the ability of the brain to initiate and control muscle movement is lost. With voluntary muscle action progressively affected, patients in the later stages of the disease may become totally paralyzed. Yet, through it all, for the vast majority of people, their minds remain unaffected. There are currently no treatments that fully reverse the affects of ALS nor is there a cure. THE ALS ASSOCIATION The ALS Association is the only non-profit organization fighting Lou Gehrig's Disease on every front. By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships, The Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. Learn more about the ALS Association at www.alsanne.org.
  80. Annual 24 Hours of Great Glen

    A 24-hour mountain bike race wrapped into a weekend-long mountain bike festival. Hardcore racers tackle the singletrack and carriage roads. Families enjoy the festival games and 24 Minutes of Great Glen kids' race. And everyone enjoys the atmosphere!
  81. 2 for 1 Mondays at Great Glen Trails

    All season long buy one and get the second free with our coupon: Trail passes, tours to treeline in the SnowCoach, snow tubing, snowshoe and ski rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! Blackout dates Dec 22, Jan 19 and Feb 16.
  82. 2 for 1 Mondays at Great Glen Trails

    All season long buy one and get the second free with our coupon: Trail passes, tours to treeline in the SnowCoach, snow tubing, snowshoe and ski rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! Blackout dates Dec 22, Jan 19 and Feb 16.
  83. 2 for 1 Mondays at Great Glen Trails

    All season long buy one and get the second free with our coupon: Trail passes, tours to treeline in the SnowCoach, snow tubing, snowshoe and ski rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! Blackout dates Dec 22, Jan 19 and Feb 16.
  84. 2 for 1 Fridays at Great Glen Trails

    All season long buy one and get the second free with our coupon: Trail passes, tours to treeline in the SnowCoach, snow tubing, snowshoe and ski rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! Blackout dates: Dec 26 & Feb 20.
  85. 2 for 1 Fridays at Great Glen Trails

    All season long buy one and get the second free with our coupon: Trail passes, tours to treeline in the SnowCoach, snow tubing, snowshoe and ski rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! Blackout dates: Dec 26 & Feb 20.
  86. 2 for 1 Fridays at Great Glen Trails

    All season long buy one and get the second free with our coupon: Trail passes, tours to treeline in the SnowCoach, snow tubing, snowshoe and ski rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! Blackout dates: Dec 26 & Feb 20.
  87. 2 for 1 Fridays at Great Glen Trails

    All season long buy one and get the second free with our coupon: Trail passes, tours to treeline in the SnowCoach, snow tubing, snowshoe and ski rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! Blackout dates: Dec 26 & Feb 20.