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PINKHAM NOTCH
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Franconia, Sugar Hill
Bethlehem, Littleton
CRAWFORD NOTCH
Bretton Woods, Twin Mountain
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Medallion Opera House

St. Kieran's Communuty Center for the Arts






AMC Pinkham Notch








Military Salute @ Wildcat





Muddy Paws Sled Dog Kennel, dogslednh.com






Lancaster Grand Prix , lancastergrandprix.com









Cannon Mountain
by Robert Kozlow





Ski to the Clouds




Wildcat Mountain




Tuckerman Ravine
by Robert Kozlow


              

ARTS ALL YEAR

North of the Notches, NH

Medallion Opera House - Gorham, NH - Town Hall, music, performing arts, community events,

St. Kieran's Community Center for the Arts - 155 Emery St., Berlin, NH music, performing arts, art exhibitions and more

The Gallery at WREN - 2013 Main St., Bethlehem, NH - fine art gallery with local works, open daily

Littleton Opera House - 2 Union Street, Littleton, NH; music, performing arts, community events,

WINTER EVENTS OUTDOORS

North of the Notches, NH

January & February

8:30 am - 4:00 pm - Great Glen Trails is welcoming Fatbikes on their trail system, Sundays only. Trail pass required and rentals available. Trail pass and helmets required and rentals are available.

10:30 am - 12 pm - 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.

January thru March


9 am - 3:45 pm - Beginning first week of January, for eight weeks, skiers of all abilities challenge themselves on the race courses with prizes awarded in age categories and through a raffle. Also offering a non-timed category for those looking for all the fun without the the racing!

Wednesdays, AMC International Dinner and Adventure Series - Dinner at 6 pm - Pinkham Notch Visitor Center - Ten internationally themed dinners served family style, with four courses featuring cuisine from the night's country of honor. BYOB. A nightly raffle and presentation that lets you experience adventures of local and regional guides and travelers! Call 603-466-2721

Return to the fun of the bygone era and re-live the fun many of us had there. A four race series, sponsored by the premiere clubs in the state will be held again this winter and they are waiting for you to dust off that '74 single or twin fan cooled relic sleeping in the corner of your garage and join in the fun!

January


All Day Event - To honor our nation’s defenders; Wildcat Mountain will be offering FREE LIFT TICKETS for active, veteran and retired service men and women, and DISCOUNTED lift tickets ($45 All Ages) for active duty family members with ID*.


Burning of the Greens Bonfire, Ice Skating & Hot Cocoa, Broomball Tournament, 100 Mile Dog Sled Race Staging, Dinner Buffet, Music, Dancing, Cash Bar.
February


Gather, meet new friends and enjoy old ones while raising money for Easter Seals! Snow lanes will be built on Main Street in Gorham, NH for accessibility to town during this event. Lodging at the Town & Country Inn & Resort


The oldest vintage snowmobile race in the USA! The thrill and fun of vintage snowmobiling will be on full display at the Lancaster Grand Prix vintage snowmobile racing event at the fairgrounds in Lancaster, NH, also known as Snowmobile City, USA! Racers from NH and beyond will bring their vintage sleds and compete for $10,000 in cash prizes.


The Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge is a free, fun race open to all ages and abilities. Bring your friends, bring your family and join in the fun! Register in the Peabody Base Lodge. Race starts at 11!


Arrgh! Ski Like a Pirate and Hunt for Ye Treasure! This is a fundraiser for the Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country and the day includes: treasure hunts, tattoo parlour, contests, portrait gallery, raffles and a day of skiing & riding for a great price and a great cause!


Come join the Cannon Parks & Bern Unlimited crew for some fun competition and your chance to win prizes from Bern & Cannon!

- Apres w/ live music & promos in the Cannonball Pub 21+, bouncy house, Movie for Kids in the Brookside Lodge, Huckerbrook open under the lights for $5, Torchlight Parade & Fireworks


A Randonnee Race starting from the Jackson Ski Touring Carter Notch parking area competitors will ascend the Wildcat Valley XC Trail up the backside of Wildcat Mountain and then descend the Wildcat Ski Trail. Different lengths and divisions will be offered.

March


FOUR days, FOUR different trails! Beginning at the historic Omni Mount Washington Resort, next day the race travels to the Colebrook Country Club in Colebrook NH, then to Ramblewood Cabins & Campground in Pittsburg NH on the following day, and culminates at the Mahoosuc Inn in Milan NH.

Challenge yourself with North America’s Toughest 10K, climbing 2,200 vertical feet over the final 6km! For more information and to register click the link above.


A non-race event offering the chance for a limited capacity field of participants the opportunity to ski or ride 100,000 vertical feet in a single day. Total funds raised from the previous 12 years of the event have reached nearly $750,000 directly benefiting Make-A-Wish® New Hampshire and their endeavors.

SPRING EVENTS OUTDOORS

North of the Notches, NH

Late March

World-class skier & Olympic Champion Bode Miller will come to Cannon for the day to host BodeFest - a day of fun for all ages to support The Turtle Ridge Foundation!


Offers visitors take a hourse-drawn wagon ride, learn about, and participate in, each step of maple sugaring; a treasured rite of spring in the area. Drill holes in the trees, put taps in, and hang buckets, learn to identify different types of trees, so you can tap sugar maples at home.

April


The race pays homage to the original American Inferno ski races of the 1930’s. While the classic American Infernos were top to bottom ski races only, the current Tuckerman Inferno now includes running, kayaking, biking, hiking and skiing to create a pentathlon event that is one of the most challenging adventure races in the country. Individuals and relay teams of up to five.

      

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