This page has not yet been updated for summer 2020. We're working on it! Check back periodically for updates.
Be sure to "know before you go". As New Hampshire’s stay-at-home guidelines are relaxed and summer attractions begin to open, it’s important for guests and visitors to be aware that businesses are modifying operations for the summer in accordance with guidance set by the State of New Hampshire. We recommend that you learn about these changes as part of your planning process, and invite you to visit Ski NH’s COVID-19 Consumer Resource Page to learn more. By being educated and working together, we can keep each other safe and provide more opportunities for all to get out and enjoy all that New Hampshire has to offer.
Explore the mountains by bike. Some New Hampshire ski areas offer mountain biking during the summer months, some with lift service to the summit.
Lift-serviced and cross-country terrain
Enjoy the scenery of Mount Washington by bike on the Alpine or Valley Trail Mountain Biking Systems. Cross-Country (XC) trails and rentals are accessible from the Stone Pillar Lodge. The lift serviced alpine system of mountain biking trails is located at the Bretton Woods Adventure Center in the base area of the mountain. Experienced riders can weave their way down a series of trails designed with twists, turns, and natural features to make for a fun and exhilarating ride down.
For details and pricing visit, BrettonWoods.com.
You'll have direct access to the Franconia Notch Bike Path from the base of the Aerial Tramway at Cannon Mountain. Just off Exit 34B, I-93 you'll find the entrance to the bike path and bike rentals. It's mostly downhill from the Tram to the Flume Gorge and there's a shuttle ride back to the Tram from the Flume Gorge!
For more details and pricing, visit CannontMt.com.
Great Glen Trails
Trail & Carriage Road Biking
The carriage roads at Great Glen Trails are the perfect place to bring the entire family for a bike ride. Their smooth and well-marked carriage roads let you explore the forest and take in the mountain views. They offer rentals for adults and kids. Go at your own pace. Bring a picnic lunch. Take this time to break away and relax—with the whole family.
For details and pricing, visit GreatGlenTrails.com
Loon Mountain Resort
Bike path & cross country terrain
Explore 10 km of cross-country trails, rent an e-bike and pedal to downtown Lincoln, or embark on a scenic Franconia Notch Bike Ride. Back at the resort, young riders will feel the flow – and develop key biking skills – on the rollers and berms of the new Pumphouse Pump Track. Even the youngest riders can get in on the action with a balance bike, an important tool for developing the skills and passion for riding. Loon is currently building a network of downhill mountain bike trails, with a projected opening in Fall 2019.
For details and pricing, visit LoonMtn.com.
Mount Sunapee Resort
Lift-serviced terrain and pump track
The Mount Sunapee Bike Park is a full-service, lift access mountain bike center with full suspension bike rentals, lesson programs, trail patrol and mechanical support. The trail system is primarily single track and offers terrain for everybody with nearly five miles of downhill mountain biking.
Mount Sunapee has six trails, all of which are maintained regularly and are accessible from the Clipper Ship Quad on South Peak. There is also a pump track and practice loop at the base of the park to get your legs warmed up.
For more details and pricing, visit MountSunapee.com.
Waterville Valley Resort
Lift-serviced and cross-country terrain
Waterville Valley offers over 30 miles of marked & well-maintained trails that combine parts of our nordic ski trail network, old logging roads, fire roads, single track and hiking trails. When you want to take a break from the dirt, there's plenty of road-riding available too, on our miles of smooth roads winding throughout the valley.Bikes are available for rent, including Giant full suspension and road bikes, along with mountain biking packages which include bike rentals and use of the Snow's Mountain lift.
For details and pricing, visit Waterville.com.