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Lift Serviced Mountain Biking at Snow's Mountain at Waterville Valley, NH



 
 
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Old July 12th 05, 10:29 PM
Steve
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Default Lift Serviced Mountain Biking at Snow's Mountain at Waterville Valley, NH

I wanted to share this place I found to ride in NH. They have lift
serviced mountain biking and it is well suited for intermediates. Its
not the Waterville Valley main ski area but rather a smaller mountain
(called Snow's) near the Waterville Valley golf course. The lift is
only run durring the summer for mountain biking and site-seeing. I got
a season pass their $50 because I had a Threedom ski pass, otherwise I
think a season pass is $100. I discovered this place by accident
because they don't really advertise. If you go to the Waterville
Valley website you can find out about it under summer activities. Its
not crowded at all.

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