Indoor and outdoor ice skating venues in New Hampshire.
Zebulon Jakub is a master of the sport of snowkiting, a process that involves strapping on skis and a kite to get big air and even bigger thrills. It’s dangerous, exhilarating and definitely not for amateurs.
If you're looking for something beyond skiing, ice skating, sledding and other typical winter sports, try something new like curling, winter ziplines, fatbiking, ski joring or snow golf.
Nordic skating is an invigorating way to experience winter
We have tips on finding the best hills, great sleds from the plastic to the high-tech, tubing parks and more.
Terrain parks offer a new way to enjoy skiing and riding at many mountains in New Hampshire.
Summer and fall aren’t the only seasons for hiking - winter hikes offer a whole new view.
How do you become an expert downhill skier? Practice, dedication and confidence.
From an impromptu game with branches for sticks and a stone for a puck to organized tournaments for adults, the winter tradition of pond hockey is alive and well.
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