New Hampshire Snow Sports

Snowshoes and Hiking in New Hampshire

Crossing Lonesome Lake in Franconia Notch

Snow too deep to hike? Step into a pair of snowshoes and soon you will be enjoying a peaceful winter walk. Whether you travel gentle groomed trails or into rugged mountain terrains you are in for a treat. The spectacular winter wonderland of New Hampshire is at your doorstep.

Snowshoeing is a great way to enjoy the winter scenery in New Hampshire. All is calm and peaceful until all of a sudden a partridge swoops out of its hiding place in a cloud of snow or a snowshoe hare darts out from the underbrush. You are in for a special treat if you come across a bedded herd of deer.

Snowshoes can be rented at many of the New Hampshire cross country centers and alpine areas. There is only one prerequisite for snowshoeing

Ski Reports at
New Hampshire Snow Reports

New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation's Bureau of TrailsTrail maps and reports

Choose your region
Snowshoes and Hiking ...
Choose region above

Deb Flanders: Observations on the ski racing scene
Deb Flanders: Observations on the ski racing scene

NH Weather

North Conway
(links will open new windows)

Twin Mountain NH © 2003 NOTCHNET