CALENDAR EVENT DETAILS
Sunday, February 11, 2018
There are 7 events
Great Glen Trails
Bill Koch League
For 1st through 8th graders, the Great Glen BKL* Club is a weekly program that emphasizes the fun of skiing, as well as learning skills.
The Club meets Sunday afternoons from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm beginning in January and continuing into March.More Info
Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center
Women's Sunday Ski Clinics
Bretton Woods Nordic Center
44th Annual Mount Washington Cup
Mount Sunapee Resort
Mountain Top Mass
Each Saturday of the 2017-2018 ski season, starting on December 23rd, you can join Reverend Jay McLeod of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church from 3:15 to 3:45 pm in the Summit Lodge for skiers' communion. All are welcome! If you attend, you must ski down the mountain, no hiking, walking, or taking the chairlift down.
For more information you can contact St. Andrew's Episcopal Church at email@example.com, www.standrewsnl.org, or 603-526-6433. An inclusive service of Holy Communion!More Info
Cranmore Mountain Resort
Hope on the Slopes: Race to Beat Cancer
The 41st annual Race to Beat Cancer will take place in North Conway on Sunday, February 11th at Cranmore Mountain Resort. Skiers and snowboarders can participate in the race contributing a minimum of $80 ($50 for those 17 and under).
The day includes a full-day lift, organic, locally sourced pizza courtesy of Flatbread Company. Participants are encouraged to collect donations from their friends, family, and colleagues.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. on the third floor of the main base lodge and the race begins at 10:00 a.m.More Info
Waterville Valley Resort
Toyota Revolution Tour Slopestyle
The Toyota Revolution Tour will return to Waterville Valley for slopestyle competitions for free skiing and snowboarding on Feb. 11-16, 2018.
The U.S. Revolution Tour has proved to be a progressive venue for today’s top junior riders to take the competitive stage in halfpipe, slopestyle, skicross and big air. The tour is designed to serve as a stepping-stone for athletes making the transition from competing at the grassroots level to the elite level. The series is focused towards riders 14-19 years old for HP and SS, and 13-19 years old for BA and SX. Top winners may earn an invite to be part of the U.S. Grand Prix, Junior Worlds, USASA Nationals, and participate in Project Gold camps. Competition format may vary slightly at each stop, but athletes will always compete as an open class.
For more info and registration details please visit: ussa.orgMore Info