Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding Trails in New Hampshire
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Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding Trails in New Hampshire

16
Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
2 - 21 mi
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New Hampshire has 16 backcountry skiing & snowboarding trails. These trails range from 2.5 to 21 miles in length. The most popular trail is Mount Chocorua. Trails.com member Nicole C. recently completed Mount Chocorua.
Best Trails in New Hampshire
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Three ski tours into the Pemigewasset Wilderness, all of which feature skiing alongside ...
The Gorge Brook Trail is a fun, turn-fi lled ski route that departs right from the summit. ...
The Alexandria and the Duke’s ski trails are classic down-mountain runs that descend the ...
The AMC Zealand Falls Hut is a base for the best hut-based skiing in the White Mountains. ...
The Black Mountain Ski Trail is a 1930s-era trail that climbs to just below the summit ...
Champney Falls Trail climbs to the rocky summit dome of this peak, which dominates views ...
The backcountry ski trail network of Monadnock State Park offers gentle ski touring through ...
A north-south traverse of the Pemigewasset Wilderness is one of the great long-distance ...
This above-treeline tour on the west side of Mount Washington offers wideopen skiing on ...
The sunny, south-facing gullies in Oakes Gulf offer wilderness skiing in a stunning remote ...
The Gulf of Slides is a wild, beautiful, and lightly traveled wilderness ravine. The Gulf ...
This exciting and rugged ski trail lies in the shadow of Mount Washington and has good ...
This is an excellent downhill ski trail packed with turns and steeps from the Hermit Lake ...
The ski tour starts at the AMC Pinkham Notch Visitor Center, travels up the Old Jackson ...
This is a thrilling, scenic ski tour from the top of Wildcat Mountain to the town of ...
The Tucker Brook Trail is a 1930s-era down-mountain classic that descends the undeveloped ...
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