Posts Tagged ‘Ski Resorts’


December 16th, 2014test

Evening Ski & Snowshoe

January 9, 2015
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Come and enjoy a casual ski or snowshoe along beginner trails and then enjoy  dinner.  All levels of experience are welcome.  Ski or snowshoe will start at 6 pm.  Menu to feature herb-roasted chicken; vegetarian/vegan option available with advance notice. Please arrive early if you need to rent equipment.  Reservations are required and can be made until Friday, January 2.  Dinner will be held regardless of snow conditions.  $19/person

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December 16th, 2014test

Kid’s Ski Clinic

December 30, 2014
10:00 am to 12:00 pm

An opportunity to introduce your children or grandchildren to cross country skiing.  Open to children ages 6 and older. Rentals are available.  Contact the Cross CountryCenter at (603) 863-4500 to sign up.  $20 rental/lesson/trail pass, $16 lesson/trail pass, $16 lesson/rental, $10 lesson only

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December 12th, 2014test

Donning Our Winter Whites

By Judi Platt / Photos by Andy Eastman

Brook Trail

The Brook Trail is one of the most beautiful in Eastman.

Another season has slipped into our reality. Wasn’t it just days ago that we were walking the Lake Trail with leaves crunching beneath our feet, admiring Continue reading...

May 20th, 2014test

We got what we came for: Nordic skiing and kayaking within a month’s time!

Text and Photos by Judi Platt

April skiing at John's Glen

Skiing John’s Glen makes for a full day of beauty and exercise.

In our third winter at Eastman, we finally got what we came for—snow, and lots of it! After spending a few years looking at lake properties in the Carolinas, we bought at Eastman to cross-country ski (and kayak and hike and bike). Continue reading...

January 3rd, 2011test

Ski Resorts New Hampshire – New Year's Sun over Eastman lake

p1st Eastman Lake Sunrise of 2011

When looking for a ski

home, most people focus on the large ski resorts and try to find

a place as close to the mountain as possible.  There is another option that provides 3-season enjoyment – buy a place on a lake near to a mountain.  We chose Eastman Lake, which is 20 minutes door-to-door to Mt. Sunapee (1,400 vertical drop and #1 in the East for snowmaking and grooming). Continue reading...