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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-21-2008, 10:04 PM
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Best New Hampshire Resorts?

I live in Boston and managed to get 3 days off during the week, so I want to head up for some snowboarding. I checked out some Vermont resorts, but there wasn't really one that I liked 100%. What are some good places to hit up for a couple of days. I plan on staying there so I can get more snowboarding in. I'm still new so I'm not going down any black runs, but I could manage to get down a blue. I'm also going with my girlfriend that's still in the begginers stage, so begginer friendly would be nice too. Any help is appreciated.

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hmmmmmm, a lot of members here on the board seem to be pretty sold on Jay Peak, they seem to get decent snow which is good for beginners as ice just isn't that fun to ride on as a beginner (although every now and then it's fun when you are good fast as could be). I haven't been to the east coast to ride but based on everything Ive heard about the area that would be the place to go.

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loon is good and so is waterville valley. loon would probobly be your best bet for more beginner terrain. i would also check out gunstock.
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wilco is right. check out loon. i remember having a blast there. fun mountain.

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Old thread but Attitash, Cranmore, Wildcat, I like that area!

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whoops. didnt even realize this thread was that old.

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I used to live in boston and I rode attitash, waterville valley, loon as well as a few others and they are all fairly similar and good. My favorite mtn around there was sunday river in maine. Jay peak is also very nice.
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