This Is the Best Place To Go Snow Tubing In All Of New Hampshire
In New Hampshire, the winter can grow awfully long if you hide from the elements inside – especially if you have energetic young children. That’s why we’ve all learned to bundle up, deal with a little chill, and enjoy all of the fun that the season has to offer. And what could be more fun than snow tubing in New Hampshire at an incredibly scenic place? Let’s see what’s in store at Great Glen Trails:
You can find Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center at 1 Mount Washington Auto Road, Gorham, NH, 03581. For hours and details, visit their website.
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Snow Tubing In New Hampshire
Where can I find the largest snow tubing hill in New Hampshire?
Gunstock Mountain Resort happens to have the longest snow tubing run in all of New Hampshire. This epic snowy tubing hill is just shy of 1,100 feet and you can expect to go zipping down at full speed for a thrilling ride of your life! Luckily there’s a Magic Carpet that will take you back up to the top so you can tube down again…and again…and again! On top of the snow tubing, you can enjoy both daytime and nighttime skiing, cross-country skiing, and several snowboarding terrain parks at Gunstock. You can read more about the adventures you can have at Gunstock Mountain Resort in this post.
Where else can I go snow tubing in New Hampshire?
If you enjoy snow tubing (who doesn’t?), then a trip to the Pats Peak Ski Area in Henniker may be in order. Offering both daytime and nighttime snow tubing, you don’t have to rush to get here at opening time. The snow tubing runs are 600 feet long and tubes and helmets are included with the price of admission. Located in Lincoln, Loon Mountain has a 25-story snow tubing hill, so you know that’s going to be a blast! Once you have your fun zipping down the mountain, just take the ski lift back to the top to do it all over again!
What are the best ski resorts in New Hampshire?
Many of New Hampshire’s beautiful mountains are perfect for skiing but if you want to visit one without the crowds, head to Black Mountain Ski Area. Located in Jackson, Black Mountain offers over 40 trails for some of the best skiing in the area. Bretton Woods is among the most popular ski resorts in the state and offers 60 miles of cross-country skiing trails and 98 trails. That’s a lot of ground to cover!