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Do you love skiing? Living at 30 Dalton, you are near some of the region’s most challenging trails, scenic mountain vistas, and pristine ski conditions.
The resorts below are among the Northeast’s most renowned and picturesque.
Killington is a premiere destination for skiers and snowboarders around the New England area, known for its thrilling Bear Mountain moguls. Bear Mountain makes up the longest stretch of moguls on the East Coast.
For those who prefer warmer weather activities, Killington is action-packed during the summer as well! Its Adventure Center features a ropes course, ATV tours, a zip-line, an outdoor maze and roller coaster, among other attractions.
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
At Bretton Woods, you’ll find dozens of glades and slopes, all maintained according to exacting standards. Those who bring young children can take advantage of the day care center and the supervised excursions for kids. Looming over it all is Mount Washington, a truly inspiring peak.
If you’re an expert snowboarder or skier, you’ll appreciate Bretton Woods’ challenging trails. If you’ve never been on the slopes before, you can enroll at the resort’s Snowboard School.
Located among the Longfellow Mountains in western Maine’s Carrabassett Valley, Sugarloaf entices adventurers from near and far. All of the ski runs are conveniently positioned on a single mountain that is 4,250 feet tall.
This resort is especially known for its repeat visitors. Many fall in love with this mountain and can’t wait to return.
Lifting the Spirits
Of course, choosing the finest ski resorts in New England is a little like choosing the loveliest snowflakes during a blizzard with many options available to fit one’s preferences. Fans of Smugglers’ Notch in Vermont, Waterville Valley in New Hampshire, Wachusett Mountain in Massachusetts, and many others, are also known as must-visit ski destinations.
Wherever you end up skiing or snowboarding in the Northeast this winter, may you always appreciate the wind on your face as you race past glorious terrain.