Everything You Need to Know About Skiing in the White Mountains

Skiing in the White Mountains of New HampshireWintry weather has certainly arrived in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, which is good news for skiers and snowboarders in the area. The White Mountains are home to the top ski areas in New England. This year is looking to be another excellent season of skiing in the White Mountains. Our romantic Boutique Inn, situated just minutes from some of the best skiing in New Hampshire, is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a meal after a long, cold day on the mountain. Plan some winter adventures into your busy schedule, and make Sugar Hill Bed and Breakfast part of that tradition! Book your stay with us today.

New Hampshire’s Top Skiing Destination

As you may imagine, there are so many choices when it comes to skiing in the White Mountains. Snow means skiing, and there are certainly no shortage of premiere ski resorts nearby the luxurious Sugar Hill Inn. We are conveniently located near Cannon MountainBretton Woods and Loon Mountain.  Other nearby ski resorts include Wildcat Mountain and Attitash Mountain Resort. While you’re certainly in for a treat on these slopes, the best part about about staying at the Sugar Hill Inn, is coming back after skiing for tea, hot cider or your favorite beverage from our tavern. 

We offer some incredible ski packages for guests staying at our Bed and Breakfast as an added incentive to get you here and on the slopes faster! Take advantage of any of these great deals one or more times this winter, and experience the best of the White Skiing in the White Mountains of New HampshireMountains at these delightful ski resorts:

  • Cannon Mountain is located in nearby Franconia Notch State Park, and features 11 total lifts, including one 70-passenger Aerial Tramway. At 4,080 feet, Cannon Mountain features the tallest ski summit in New Hampshire, with an incredible 2,180 foot drop, which is the longest in the state.
  • Bretton Woods has been rated one of the top ski destinations on the East Coast for the past 5 years, which isn’t surprising if you’ve skied there. They have a variety of trails for all skill levels, and two awesome freestyle terrain parks.
  • Loon Mountain is an accessible destination perfect for a variety of skiers.  It, too, has been highly rated amongst other East Coast Ski hills, and is known to have one of the best terrain parks in the region (there are 6 terrain parks here total).  It’s also home to the only superpipe in all of New Hampshire, making it the perfect place for the most adventurous skiers and snowboarders among us.

There are also a lot of places for Nordic, or cross-country skiing, in the White Mountains, as well as snowshoeing.  Ask your Innkeeper for more information about these incredible New Hampshire traditions! 

The winter months in New Hampshire are popular; get your reservation booked today!