Guide to Winter

NH Ski and snow magazine

NH Ski and Snow magazine is an annual publication produced by McLean Communications.

Mountains large and small have worked through the off-season to prepare - upgrading, improving and otherwise putting a shine on their respective resorts. Now, it's time for you to clear the cobwebs off your boots, grab your goggles and head to New Hampshire's ski country.

We invite you to read the digital edition by clicking on the image below or pick up a print copy. Copies are available for free at welcome centers in NH, MA, CT and RI.

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Living Large With Fat Bikes

New class of fat bikes extends the cycling season through winter

Cannon Mountain's Aerial Tramway Celebrates 80 Years

A lift of 2,000 vertical feet covered in a matter of minutes attracted a lot of attention when there wasn’t anything like that in the country

Insider's Guide to the Best Après Ski

Where Powderhounds Unwind in the Granite State

Think Small: Feeder Hills Fill Skiing’s Soul

You're invited to check out these little hills with big thrills

A Day In the Life in North Conway

24 Hours in One of the Nation’s Top Ski Towns

A Day in the Life in NH Ski Country

Spend a day observing ski country through the eyes of those who live, work and play along the Granite State’s peaks

Make Tracks on the Granite State’s Cross-Country Trails

The scoop on skinny skiing

Where New England Goes Skiing in NH

Get the inside track on why and where the locals go

Preserving the Past at the New England Ski Museum

New England Ski Museum Expandıng to North Conway

The Soul of Granite State Skiing

A writer recounts the joys found on New Hampshire slopes
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Learn to Ski or Ride

It’s time to enjoy our state’s official sport.

The Volunteers Behind Search and Rescue

When things go wrong, these are the volunteers who come to the rescue.

What It Takes to Backcountry Ski

Leaving the lifts behind sounds romantic. No crowds, no rules and fresh snow! There’s no question that skiing freely on ungroomed powder away from the ski areas is like a dream come true, but the reality has its challenges.

Skiing Mount Washington's Gulf of Slides

A day spent in the backcountry skiing Mt. Washington's Gulf of Slides.
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More>> Things to Do in Winter

The 10 Best Free Events Happening in December

Holiday festivals and New Year's fireworks: Here are 10 ways to have zero-cost fun this December.

Experience Maple Sugaring Month in New Hampshire

Find out what's happening in March for sweet, sticky fun for the whole family.

The 10 Best Free Events Happening in March

Art shows, workshops, and a Maple Month tour of a functioning sugar shack: here are 10 ideas for having zero-cost fun this March.
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More>> Winter Getaways

Relaxing Winter Getaway in Gorham

Leaving downhill skiing for weekdays when the lines are shorter, we head to Gorham for a weekend on snowshoes and cross-country skis.

Franconia Notch in the Winter

We’ve enjoyed the many attractions of Franconia Notch in the summer and fall, but never stopped to really explore it in the winter — This month we do.

Find Skiing, Great Food, Local Art and More in Henniker

The weekend promised to be typically cold for January, so we went to the town Henniker to ski on some of the state’s sunniest slopes.

NH Winter Farmers Markets

View a list of winter markets

Guide to the holidays

Our Guide to the Holidays in NH includes where to find "The Nutcracker" and "A Christmas Carol" performances, local gift ideas for every budget, Thanksgiving and Christmas recipes and more.

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