CALENDAR EVENT DETAILS
Saturday, January 20, 2018
There are 18 events
Jackson Ski Touring Foundation
2018 White Mountain Classic 30K
This is a classic technique marathon utilizing the unique trail systems in and around Jackson Village. The course includes Jackson's FIS Homologated Course, Wentworth Golf Course, and Eagle Mtn. Fields.
Entry includes food stations, post-race meal, awards and random prizes to both racers and tourers. All proceeds will benefit the JXN XC Junior Nordic Program.More Info
Freeride Event - Rail Jam
No entry fee. Registration: 9-11am, Guest Services Practice: 11:15-12:15, event location Competitor Meeting (mandatory): 12:15 Competition start: 12:30 Awards: time and location will be announced at the competitors' meeting. Helmets required. ID or credit card needed for bib deposit.More Info
Family Fun Night
Wicked Good Night Out
Great Glen Trails
Technique Improvement Clinics
A four-week program of coed, on-snow clinics for adult skiers, intermediate level and above. The program is led by Ski School Director and 1984 Olympian, Sue Wemyss.
A weekly ski class emphasizing on instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to 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. See schedule.
Loon Mountain Resort
Women's Performance Camp: Session 1
It's O K2 ski like a girl. In fact, it's highly encouraged. Run by women, for women, this two-day weekend camp presented by the K2 Ski Alliance features more than 12 hours of women-to-women coaching, video analysis and more.
With the help of expert female coaches and collaborative learning with fellow students, skiers will gain the knowledge and confidence to rip black-diamond steeps, hit the moguls, and break through boundaries. By working together, women will improve their skills and form lasting relationships with each other. This camp is designed for women who ski at an intermediate level or above.
Women's Performance Camps are brought to you with help of K2 and Luna Bar.More Info
McIntyre Ski Area
One Great Rate with Live Band
Tie One On Adult Apres Ski Party
Are you a pin stripes person or more of a polka dot dude? Perhaps a bow is more your style? This isn’t a black tie affair but you will be feeling fancy at our “Tie One On” Adult Après Ski Party on Saturday, January 20th, 2018. So grab a friend, a Mai- thai, and put on your best suit for this awesome Adult Après Party that will show you there’s no wrong way to wear a tie as long as you look fly!
Just because the sun goes down at 4:00pm doesn’t mean your day has to end. Come on up and listen to some après ski entertainment and try a new brew at Slopeside Pub located on the 3rd level of the Bretton Woods Base Lodge.
Entertainment will be from 3:00pm-5:30pm and Bar Promos are from 3:00pm-5:00pm. There will be 28 dates.
Attend your favorites or go to them all!
For more information call the Bretton Woods Ski Area at 603.278.3320
For the Entertainment and Promo Schedule, follow the link.
Nordic Skier Wolfeboro XC
Moose Mountains Runaround
Waterville Valley Adventure Center
Fischer Demo Day
Abenaki Ski Area
King Pine at Purity Spring Resort
Passholder Appreciation Morning
Join us this Saturday for an early 8 a.m. lift load with King Pine’s own!
After you catch your freshies, drop in at the rec tent for a complimentary coffee and muffin at 8 a.m. It’s our way of saying “Thanks” for being season passholders at King Pine!More Info
Horse-Drawn Sleigh Rides
When: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. - Every Saturday starting December 30, 2017 through February 24, 2018 | Additional dates include: Sunday, January 14; Tuesday, February 20 and Thursday, February 22, 2018.
Cost: $20 Age 13+ | $15 Age 12 and under - Space is limited and reservations are recommended to reserve available seats, please call 800-373-3754 to make your reservation.
Enjoy the classic experience of riding among surrounding fields and within wooded trails in a horse-driven sleigh. A unique winter fun outing for families and friends of all ages. In addition to the approximate 15-20 minute ride in the sleigh, we invite you to warm yourself by an outdoor fire before and after your ride and enjoy a cup of hot cocoa.
Where: Parking and rides begin and end at an outdoor location approximately one mile south of King Pine / half-mile south Purity Spring Resort on Route 153. Entrance to parking area is on the south-bound side of Route 153 and noticeable signing will be out during operating times.More Info
Kids Fun Race
Ski Works Tent Sale
Guided Snowshoe Tour
During the winter months, guided snowshoe tours may be available on Saturdays at 2 p.m. (weather permitting) and are $12 per person ($20 with snowshoe rentals).
Interested participants are asked to sign-up and meet at The Mill Indoor Pool & Fitness Center across from the Purity Spring Main Office before the start of the tour.
Please call ahead to confirm date of scheduled snowshoe tours.More Info
S&DUB Board Shop Slopestyle Contest
Over $1,000 in Prizes!
Registration: 9:30am-11:30am in the Valley Lodge
THERE IS NO COST TO ENTER THE CONTEST BUT ENTRANTS MUST HAVE AT LEAST A VALLEY AREA LIFT TICKET OR PATS PEAK SEASON PASS
Snowboard Divisions: Men 15+ • Men 14&Under
Skier Division: Men 15+ • Men 14&Under
Women Division: Open
Location: Turbulence Park
Start Time: 12:30pm
Mt. Washington Ski Touring & Snowshoe Foundation
Weekly Guided Snowshoe Tour
Depart every Saturday (weather permitting) from the Touring Center at 1:00 pm. Ideal for first-timers and novices interested in learning basic techniques.
Join us any Saturday afternoon for a guided snowshoe walk along the East Branch and Saco rivers. This is a great way to try this winter activity which is gaining in popularity with each season.
The tour will last between 1.5 - 2 hours covering a distance of fewer than 2 miles at an easy pace suitable for all ages and abilities. Learn about the trees and wildlife and search for animal tracks while learning basic snowshoeing technique and bushwacking skills.