Winter in New Hampshire

The fun doesn’t stop when the snow starts falling! Bring your snow shoes, your skis, your snowmobile, or ice fishing gear, there is always fun to be had!  Many lakes and ponds freeze solid enough to drive on, ice racing is another popular winter sport

Fall foliage colors are gone and the Christmas sales are on! The many shops and outlet stores of North Conway Village are deck out in their Christmas best and when the snow is falling on the glowing Christmas Trees, the village is truly a winter wonderland. Shoppers enjoy the sounds of Carolers making their way through the Outlet Village Mall

Children delight to see their storybook tale of The Polar Express come to life when they board the train at the North Conway Railroad Station across from Schuyler Park.

Skiing in the White Mountains of New Hampshire was made popular by the ski trains coming from Boston and beyond. Hannes Schneider started the first ski school in America at Mt Cranmore

From Madison’s King Pine, Attitash Bear Peak in Bartlett, skiers of all ages can enjoy ski slopes and terrain parks for all abilities.

Dog sled racing takes place in February on Lake Chocorua. The public is welcome to come and see the event, talk to the dog owners and see how much the dogs love to race.

To find place to stay, things to do and upcoming events contact the Greater Ossipee Area Chamber of Commerce or the North Conway Chamber