With frequent cold and snow, New Hampshire is a great place to be in the winter. From skiing to snow tubing to hiking, there’s never an excuse to hide indoors when the weather gets cold. But that doesn’t mean we’re not eagerly waiting for the temperatures to rise! When they do, we’ll be first in line at North America’s longest alpine coaster which can be found at one of the most popular ski resorts in the state. This alpine slide in NH is a one-of-a-kind ride and one of the most fun things to do in New Hampshire!

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Take a look at this thrilling video look at the alpine slide!

The Alpine Slide at Attitash Mountain has not yet set a date for opening in 2023, but be sure to keep an eye on both the Attiash Mountain Resort website and the mountain’s Facebook for an update. The mountain is currently undergoing a massive renovation to add new and exciting ski features, and is expected to reopen for an epic winter season!

While you’re making plans to visit Attitash Mountain plan on checking out all of their fun warm-weather activities this year. You can also take a ride on the longest zipline in New Hampshire at Attitash Mountain. The hotel at Attitash Mountain is just as unique as its alpine slide, so consider booking a stay!

 

 

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  • Gunstock Mountain Resort is located on one of the most impressive peaks in New Hampshire, so it's not a surprise it's a huge destination for thrill seekers. Not only is it a top ski destination with some challenging courses, but it's home to the biggest and best snow tubing course in the entire Granite State. During the warmer months, the resort features thrills including a mountain coaster and zip lining to keep the all-season operation going!
  • Loon Mountain in Lincoln is a very popular winter skiing destination, with the towering peak offering some of the most thrilling slaloms in the state - but you'd be surprised by how many nature-lovers also like to come to visit during the fall! Loon Mountain has what are considered some of the best hiking trails in the state, and the best time to see them is when the trees are showing off their fall colors. The trails range from .6 to 1.6 miles, but can feature some challenging elevations.
  • Black Mountain Ski Area is considered one of the best-kept secrets in the state by those who know about it. The top ski resorts can get very crowded in the winter season, which can mean long waits for the slopes, but not this one. One of the oldest ski areas in the state, it has over 40 trails and is ideal for all skill levels including young skiers on the slopes for the first time. The laid-back lodge offers great customer service for when you're done skiing.