Tin Mountain Nature Learning Center, Albany – Climate Change and the Ski Industry
ALBANY NH – Learn how ski areas in New Hampshire are adapting to a changing climate, and what the industry is doing to minimize its own carbon footprint and raise awareness of the impact of a warmer planet on this travel & tourism sector that is important to New Hampshire’s economy.
Tin Mountain Conservation Center, 1245 Bald Hill Road, Albany, NH 03818
Thank you to The Generous Sponsorship of Bank of NH & Hancock Lumber
Donations of $3/person & $5/family, unless otherwise stated, are greatly appreciated
Thursday, November 7, 7pm
Nature Learning Center, Albany
Special thanks to our food sponsors: Flatbread Company of North Conway, Frontside Coffee Roasters & The Old Village Bakery
PINKHAM NOTCH NH – The Tuckerman Inferno adventure race started in 2000 as the annual fundraiser for the Friends of Tuckerman Ravine. 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 people compete to see who will be the fastest to cover an approximately 36 mile course that starts in the Mount Washington Valley and finishes in Tuckerman Ravine. Individual champions are crowned Tuckerman and Tuckerwoman and there are terrific prizes for all categories of competitors.
BARTLETT NH – For 46 years, The Red Parka Challenge Cup Race has offered themost exciting dual slalom race in the East. It is also arguably the longest running race. And all proceeds benefit the Eastern Slope Ski Club’s Jr Ski program.
Qualifiers begin at 9:30 am followed by several categories of head to head dual slalom in the afternoon. This is a great spectator event, too with superb viewing at the pro-style jump. Continue reading Red Parka Challenge Cup Race – March 15th
INTERVALE, NH – Explore the open Intervale trails by the light of the moon on March 16, 2019.
These evening walks depart from the 1785 Inn located at the Scenic Vista in Intervale. Complimentary refreshments will be served after the walk and their bar will be open serving beer, wine and cocktails for purchase.
Start Time: 7:00 pm
Length: 1.5 – 2 hours
Clothing: Dress in usual layers for winter outdoor activity.
Tour Cost: $25 per person includes full day trail pass.
Rentals: Discounted MSR Snowshoe rentals available for $10 for tour participants. Be sure to reserve when making tour reservation.
Reservations Required: Call the Touring Center at 603-356-9920 for reservations before 5 pm.
Wow… it is exciting to think this event has been gaining popularity for almost thirty years! People come from great distances to cross country ski, snowshoe or drive from inn-to-inn along the trails of our 45 KM network to enjoy the spectacular scenery, warm hospitality, and great chocolate treats at stops throughout the network, most located along the trails.
Known by many as the ‘Sweetest Day on the Trails”, this may be the only day of the year when chocolate indulgence is totally guilt-free! Chocoholics cross country ski or snowshoe the trails to enjoy chocolate prepared every way imaginable. Many return year after year to enjoy the Chocolate Festival, often returning with a larger group of friends each time! Trailside businesses prepare a variety of goodies from hundreds of pounds of chocolate!
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This New Year’s Eve, King Pine invites families to ring in the New Year with an evening of skiing, riding, music and fun – complete with torchlight parade and fireworks!
4 – 9 p.m. – $19 per Junior, $29 per Adult
Moonlight 4 Pack available – 4 friends or family get 4 night lift tickets for only $66!
A New Year’s Eve ticket includes:
Activities for the entire family!
- Night skiing and riding from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
- Outdoor music and campfire at the base of King Pine
- Torchlight parade begins at 9:00 p.m. – first 100 people meet at 8:45 p.m. at the top of the Open Slope.
- Skiers MUST be able to ski an intermediate Blue Square trail in the dark!Hi-intensity glow sticks will be used.
- Fireworks to follow torchlight parade at 9:20 p.m.
- Toast to the New Year at the Trail’s End Tavern!
Additional New Year’s Eve Activities
Torchlight Tubing: Tickets are just $19 per person for each 2-hour session. Tubes are provided by King Pine. One rider per tube. Please reserve at (603) 367-8896 x247
NORTH CONWAY NH – 47th Annual Eastern Slope Ski Club Ski Sale set for Nov. 10th & 11th. The Eastern Slope Ski Club (ESSC) will be hosting its 47th annual gear sale at the (NEW) North Conway Community Center on Friday, November 10th (3pm-8pm) and Saturday, November 11th (9am-12pm).
Plan on dropping off your clean and ‘modern’ Alpine, Cross Country and Snowboard gear you’d like to sell at the North Conway Community Center on the evenings of Wednesday, November 8th and Thursday, November 9th between 6pm-8pm. Each item requires a tag ($1 each), which will be available for purchase when you are dropping items off. Or, you can save time and buy them soon at Bob and Terry’s Sports Outlet in North Conway.
All unsold items (and proceeds from your sales) MUST be picked up at the Community Center on Saturday, November 11th between 4pm-6pm. PICK-UP IS ON A NEW DAY AND TIME, please take note. Anything NOT picked up will be considered a donation, and all proceeds from the sale will benefit the ESSC.
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JACKSON NH – The White Mountains of New Hampshire are world renowned for the array of skiing opportunities offered to every skier, from beginner to gold medal Olympian. Today over a dozen resorts entice tourists and locals each year with their well-manicured trails, high-speed lifts and slope-side lodging. But scattered throughout this region, the ghosts of former ski areas can still be found. In the White Mountains alone, sixty ski areas have closed since the 1930s. Author Jeremy Davis has compiled rare photographs, maps and personal memories to ensure that these beloved ski outposts, cherished by generations of skiers, are given recognition for transforming the White Mountains into a premier ski destination. Join us as we celebrate these former ski areas at this presentation. Attendees are encouraged to bring along their skiing momentos, photos, and stories to share.
Presented by: The Whitney Community Center
Location: Whitney Community Center
Date: Thursday, March 30, 2017
BARTLETT, NH – Racers get ready for the 43rd Annual Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup to support the Eastern Slope Ski Club, taking place at Attitash Mountain Resort on Friday, March 18.
Both men and women skiers are welcome to compete. This is a 21+ race. The registration fee is $65 in advance or $75 on race day and includes a lift ticket, guaranteed two runs on the course, an official race hat, a raffle ticket and a free dinner at the Awards Ceremony served by the Red Parka Pub in Ptarmigan’s Pub after racing concludes. Registration forms are available at the Red Parka Pub in Downtown Glen or online at redparkapub.com and here.
Last year, the Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup raised $8000 for ESSC through proceeds from race entries, raffle entries and live auction items. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or donating an auction item, please contact Terry O’Brien at 603-383-4344.
NORTH CONWAY NH – The Hannes Schneider Meister Cup is unlike any ski race in history. It combines the best of skiing today with the warm nostalgia of yesterday. It honors the founding father of ski instruction, Austrian Hannes Schneider, who brought his world-renowned skills to North Conway and Mt. Cranmore in 1939. Schneider introduced skiing fun and excitement to millions around the globe.
Hannes Schneider was a mountain soldier himself in World War I, so it is fitting that the Schneider Race pay tribute to America’s mountain troops. Each year 10th Mountain Division veterans of World War II and the Color Guard and soldiers of the active duty 10th Mountain Division of Fort Drum, New York take part in this memorable event.
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