Granite State Ambassador Training Conference
May
8
May 9

Granite State Ambassador Training Conference

  • Waterville Valley Conference and Event Center

The goal of the GSA certification training is to reinforce the tools and knowledge needed to meet and exceed the expectations of guests and support the authentic culture of New Hampshire, its people, and its products. The 2-day training includes 14 comprehensive hours of learning through lectures and sharing. Over the course of the 2 days, attendees will hear from over 20 speakers on subjects including tourism, hospitality, outdoor recreation, attraction and heritage tourism, business, economic development, industry, education, and more. Attendees come to understand why “it’s always sunny in New Hampshire.”

The certification fee is $40.00 per person and includes training, materials, lunch and snacks during training days, tour of host location, prizes and surprises, graduate certificate, official NHGSA name tag, and volunteer membership to NHGSA.

Certified GSAs have monthly opportunities to reinforce certification and update skills by participating in activities, tours, special events, and specialized trainings. It’s a fun and great way to meet others who live here, or are visiting and want to know more.

For more info visit: www.nhgsa.com

"Casting for Kirby" Youth Fishing Derby
May
27
9:30 am09:30

"Casting for Kirby" Youth Fishing Derby

  • Corcoran Pond

Hey Kids! Grab your parents and tackle and head to the shores of Corcoran Pond for a fishing derby! Prizes awarded across age groups.

Sponsored by Waterville Valley Public Safety and the Recreation Department.

For more information call: (603) 236-4695.

28th Annual Chowderfest & Brews
May
28
12:00 pm12:00

28th Annual Chowderfest & Brews

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Head to Town Square from Noon to 2pm as area restaurants vie for the coveted title of best local chowder!  Admission fee covers generous samples of chowder and a voting ballot. (Only $7.50 for adults, $5 for children 12 & under)

Plus from Noon to 4pm, sample season ales and enjoy a free outdoor concert in Town Square!

Live Animal Encounter Series: Owls of NH
May
29
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Owls of NH

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program:  Owls of NH

Who calls in the night? Who glides on shadowy wings in silent flight? What makes owls such extraordinary night hunters? A Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist will introduce you to three of our state's owls to help you find out what is myth or fact about these amazing nocturnal birds.

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations
Jun
25
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Animals with Bad Reputations

Can you think of any conflicts wildlife have with people? The public image of some animals is often inaccurate and can result in negative attitudes. A Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist will introduce you to three live animals that have a bad “rep” and help you consider the good side of these wild neighbors.

Live Animal Encounter Series: NH Wildlife
Jul
2
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: NH Wildlife

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: New Hampshire Wildlife

Are you curious about the critters that inhabit the Granite State? Join a Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist to meet three wild animals that you could encounter in our forests, fields, or wetlands.  Discover what makes them well-suited for life in New Hampshire.

4th of July Parade & Fireworks
Jul
4
11:00 am11:00

4th of July Parade & Fireworks

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Celebrate Independence Day in Town Square with a Parade and Fireworks Show!  Enjoy free live music, grab lunch or dinner in town, and ring out the night with 4th of July Fireworks over Corcoran Pond!  For more info call: (603) 236-4695

11:00am  Parade

9:30pm  Fireworks!

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animal Athletes
Jul
9
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animal Athletes

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Animal Athletes

Animals are truly amazing athletes. Did you know a mountain lion can leap 15 feet in the air or that a peregrine falcon can reach speeds of 240 mph? Join a naturalist from Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, along with three wild animal athletes (no mountain lions though), to learn how speed, strength, and agility help them to survive. You ’ll even be able to compare your own athletic abilities to some of New Hampshire’s wild athletes! 

Artisan Fair
Jul
15
10:00 am10:00

Artisan Fair

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Artisans set up in street-fair style in Town Square. There will also be a free concert by a regional favorite band!  Support local businesses and artists while enjoying live music and everything else Town Square has to offer, including biking, boating, fishing, dining, shopping, ice cream, and more!

Live Animal Encounter Series: Creatures of the Night
Jul
16
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Creatures of the Night

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Creatures of the Night

How do wild animals find food in the dark or escape predators? You don't have to stay up late to get a close look at elusive nocturnal creatures. Meet three live creatures of the night with a Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist to learn surprising details of their adaptations, which make them well-suited for night life.

Live Animal Encounter Series: Have to Have a Habitat
Jul
23
2:00 pm14:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Have to Have a Habitat

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Have to Have a Habitat

 

Live Animal Encounter Series: Wildlife in Motion
Jul
30
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Wildlife in Motion

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Wildlife in Motion

Animal movements are specialized for where creatures live – fish swim, birds fly. How they move and precisely why are more of a mystery. Join a naturalist and three live animals from Squam Lakes Natural Science Center to learn about New Hampshire wildlife and how movement helps wild animals survive in their natural habitats.

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animal Architects
Aug
6
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animal Architects

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Animal Architects

We don’t typically think of animals when we think of architects and building, but many of our wild animal neighbors are habitat architects. A habitat is an animal’s home, the place it finds everything it needs to survive. Through shelter construction and other activities, many animals build habitat for themselves and other species too. A woodpecker is an expert habitat architect. By drilling holes in trees for feeding and nesting, woodpeckers provide many cavity nesting birds, like a saw-whet owl, a safe nest it couldn’t build on its own. A Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist will show you three live wild animal architects and the habitats they build. (2017 Library Summer Reading Program)

Denali Challenge
Aug
11
Aug 13

Denali Challenge

  • Waterville Valley

Waterville Valley Five Summit Challenge defies hikers to take on five peaks in one weekend.  Tecumseh, Osceola East and West, Welch and Dickey have a combined elevation equaling that of Denali, the highest Mountain Peak in North America.  Plus there are guided hikes for families and kid's activities! 

Live Animal Encounter Series: Owls of NH
Aug
13
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Owls of NH

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Owls of New Hampshire

Who calls in the night? Who glides on shadowy wings in silent flight? What makes owls such extraordinary night hunters? A Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist will introduce you to three of our state's owls to help you find out what is myth or fact about these amazing nocturnal birds.

Live Animal Encounter Series: Why Do Animals Do That?
Aug
20
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Why Do Animals Do That?

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Why Do Animals Do That?

Why do animals throw up when they're not sick? Why do they gnaw on wood if they don't eat it? With a Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist and three live animal ambassadors we'll explore some of wildlife’s unusual behaviors and reveal the benefits of these peculiar habits.

Live Animal Encounter Series: NH Wildlife
Aug
27
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: NH Wildlife

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: New Hampshire Wildlife

Are you curious about the critters that inhabit the Granite State? Join a Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist to meet three wild animals that you could encounter in our forests, fields, or wetlands.  Discover what makes them well-suited for life in New Hampshire.

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations
Sep
4
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Animals with Bad Reputations

Can you think of any conflicts wildlife have with people? The public image of some animals is often inaccurate and can result in negative attitudes. A Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist will introduce you to three live animals that have a bad “rep” and help you consider the good side of these wild neighbors.

O2X Summit Challenge
Sep
16
Sep 17

O2X Summit Challenge

  • Waterville Valley

Born from our lifelong passion for fitness and shaped through our experiences during some of life’s toughest challenges, the O2X Summit Challenge will push you out of your comfort zone so you can redefine what it means to #RiseHigher. In 2017, the O2X Summit Challenge will be a base-to-peak race through the natural obstacles and brutally rugged terrain of Waterville Valley, NH.

Mt. Tecumseh is the 4,000 footer that is the home to Waterville Valley Resort.  A new location means fresh ideas, fresh trails and a brand new O2X experience!  Our preliminary scouting has uncovered sweet off-trail terrain, thick glades, beautiful scenery and, who knows, maybe a little trek up True Grit.

Sign up an learn more at:  www.o2x.com

REI Outessa
Sep
22
Sep 24

REI Outessa

  • Waterville Valley

This women's only REI Outessa event will be held at Waterville Valley, showcasing sweeping views, the pristine Corcoran Pond, and adventure-ready terrain with miles of trails for running, hiking, and mountain biking. 

White Mountain Storytelling Festival
Sep
29
Oct 1

White Mountain Storytelling Festival

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Back for its sixth year, this festival provides stories for people of every age.  Storytellers bring an exciting festival program to the Valley which includes Friday night ghost stories, programs for kids, families, and adults all day on Saturday, and sacred tales on Sunday morning.

6th Annual Rally in the Valley
Sep
30
10:00 am10:00

6th Annual Rally in the Valley

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join us for the annual Rally in the Valley all vehicle show, presented by the East Coast Camaro Club.  Awards, music, food, and a 50/50 raffles. $10 donation, proceeds to benefit a charity to be announced.  Registration at gate, rain of shine.

17th Annual Chili Challenge & Brews
Sep
30
12:00 pm12:00

17th Annual Chili Challenge & Brews

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Area restaurants compete in Town Square for the title of the best chili around!  Admission fee covers generous samples of every chili and a voting ballot from Noon-2:00pm.  Plus enjoy samples of seasonal brews and a free outdoor concert!

Fall Foliage Celebration
Oct
7
Oct 9

Fall Foliage Celebration

  • Waterville Valley

To complement the brilliant fall foliage, join us for a weekend of family fun, including free outdoor concerts, merchant tent sales, ski swap, 5K road race, 1.6 K fun run, 10-mile trail race and more activities such as kid’s games, pumpkin painting and more!

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animals in Winter
Oct
9
10:00 am10:00

Live Animal Encounter Series: Animals in Winter

  • Waterville Valley Town Square

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Animals in Winter


Easter Weekend: Sunrise Service, Egg Hunts, & Brunch
Apr
15
Apr 16

Easter Weekend: Sunrise Service, Egg Hunts, & Brunch

  • Waterville Valley Resort

Celebrate your Easter Holiday with us at Waterville Valley Resort! We will reopen for the weekend of April 15-16 and have plenty of celebrations to close out our amazing season! On Saturday, April 15th join the Waterville Valley Recreation Department in Town Square for an amazing Egg Hunt! Then head uphill on Sunday April 16th for a Sunrise Service on the mountain, free morning skiing, easter egg hunts, and brunch!


Town Square Saturday, April 15th :
9am- Register for the WV Rec. Dept. Easter Egg Hunt Held in Town Square
Open to ages 11 and under $5 per child.
9:30am- Egg Hunt begins
10am-12pm- Free Open Gym at the WV Rec. Dept.

Easter Sunday, April 16th:
Start off Easter morning with a non-denominational Easter Sunday Sunrise Service at the top of Mt. Tecumseh. Take a ride on the White Peaks Express Chair starting at 5:15am and join in a service surrounded by the White Mountains starting at 5:45am. Free skiing and riding will follow the event until 7:45am. (Beginning at 8:00am a valid day ticket or Season Pass is required for trail and lift access)
Then, kiddos aged 12 and under can head downhill to the lower mountain for the Waterville Valley Resort Easter Egg Challenge. The first 100 participants to register, 12 and under, will search for hidden eggs on the lower mountain. There will be some golden tickets in each location that will be redeemed for larger prizes! Make sure to register between 8:00 and 9:00 am on the second floor of the base lodge.

Kids 9–12 years old will hunt for eggs on Leroy's Loop starrting at 9am.
Kids 8 and under will hunt for eggs on the Pasture (J-Bar) starting at 9am.

Easter Brunch Buffet at T-Bars starting at 9:00am
Adults: $15.99
Kids 12 & Under $9.99
T-Bars Bloody Mary's and Mimosas- $6

Menu: Choice of Orange, Apple, Tomato Juice, Coffee, Milk
Fresh Sliced Fruit
French Toast w/ Maple Syrup
Cheesy Scrambled Eggs
Hash Brown Potatoes
Ham and Sausage
Omelette Station

Corona/Pacifico Last Run Luau, Pond Skimming and Beach Party
Apr
1
12:00 pm12:00

Corona/Pacifico Last Run Luau, Pond Skimming and Beach Party

  • Waterville Valley Resort

Bid Aloha to the ski season with a splash! Pond skimming returns to Waterville Valley Resort on April 1, 2017 during the 6th Annual Last Run Luau! The party includes live music from Martin and Kelly, The Cody James Gang, and Stone Bullet!

Pond skimming registration will be open to the first 75 brave hearted competitors and is free with a valid 4/1/2017 lift ticket or valid season pass. Registration will be held from 8-10am in the Base Lodge with skimming starting at approximately 12:15pm, at the base of Exhibition. Come early, sign up, and take a few slushy runs before heading over to the "pond!" Spectators, otherwise known as “Beach Bums” are welcome to take part in cheering on competitors as they splash their way across the pond. After the ponds skimming there will be an après and awards party on the Buckets deck starting at 2:30pm, prizes will be given out for Longest Run for skiers and riders (21+ and 20 and under divisions), Beach Bum Favorite and Best Wipe Out! Get creative and dress up for a chance to win the Best Costume prize. The après will include giveaways and beer specials from Corona and Pacifico! 

SCHEDULE:
8 – 10am       Registration, second floor of the Base Lodge
12:15-2pm     Pond Skimming Event on Bottom of Exhibition
12-1:30pm     Stone Bullet
2-3:30pm      Martin & Kelly
2:30pm         Awards on Buckets Deck
4-5:30pm     The Cody James Gang


Check out our headliners:
www.martinkellymusic.com
www.thecodyjamesgang.com
www.stonebulletmusic.com

Nordic Ski Cross
Mar
26
8:00 am08:00

Nordic Ski Cross

  • Waterville Valley Resort

Head over to Leroy's Loop to ski up and come down a terrain park just for the skinny skis!  Sprint course incorporates terrain features traditionally found in freestyle events.  Skiers go head-to-head uphill, downhill, and with terrain featuring jumps and banked turns.

All skiers welcome! Prizes for Youth and Citizen race top finishers and participants.

8:00-9:00  Registration and preview course in 5 skier groups.

9:30     1 Lap   Youth

10:00   2 Lap   Citizens

10:30   Free ski the course

10:45   Awards

Race Fees:

$5 BKL and Nordic Team Members

$10 Youth

$15 Adult

Pre-registration is recommended, please call the Adventure Center at 603-236-4666

 

Hall of Fame 2017
Mar
25
6:00 pm18:00

Hall of Fame 2017

Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Waterville Valley Conference Center at 6pm.

Join us as we induct Wig Wag co-editor, freestyle pioneer, and Valley contributor Birdie Britton, Olympic Gold Medal coach and WVBBTS coach Bill Enos, and Freestyle  founder Jack Sanders into the Waterville Valley Hall of Fame on Saturday evening March 25, 2017 at the Waterville Valley Conference Center beginning at 6pm. $49 all-inclusive.

Ride and Ski Card Apres with Harpoon
Mar
25
3:00 pm15:00

Ride and Ski Card Apres with Harpoon

  • T-Bars

Join the Ride & Ski Card at Waterville Valley for a 2-for-1 on lift tickets ALL DAY LONG when you show your card! We’ll also have an apres-ski party in T-Bars from 3-6pm. Join us on the mountain!

"50 Years of Firsts" Documentary Screening & Music at the Last Chair
Mar
18
6:00 pm18:00

"50 Years of Firsts" Documentary Screening & Music at the Last Chair

Join Waterville Valley Resort as we head downhill to The Last Chair Restaurant in Plymouth for a screening of the Documentary Film, "50 Years of Firsts".  Then the Sweet Bloods Band will continue the party with live music from 7-9.  Enjoy a wood-fired slice, a cool brew from Sublime Brewing Company or 603 Waterville Wheat, and jam out to some rocking tunes as we continue to ring out our 50th season at a local favorite hotspot!  Admission to the screening is FREE and all are welcome! 

Check out this taste of some of the incredible archive footage of Waterville's early years featured in the documentary:

90's: Boneyard Beginnings (50th Anniversary Event Series)
Mar
18
8:00 am08:00

90's: Boneyard Beginnings (50th Anniversary Event Series)

  • Waterville Valley Resort

The Boneyard Terrain Park ushered in a new era here at Waterville Valley. Snowboarders and Freeskiers had a new place to express themselves and show their skills here at Waterville. Please join us as we celebrate the 90's on and off hill. We are building the Quarter Pipe which will be used on Saturday for the 90s celebrations. Our Park Team got inspired by the World Quarterpipe Championships of the 90s.

Registration starts at 11am in the Hubba Hut located in Exhibition.

Nordic Nights Ski or Snowshoe
Mar
11
5:30 pm17:30

Nordic Nights Ski or Snowshoe

  • Town Square

Join us at the Adventure Center in Town Square for a special night of guided nordic skiing or snowshoeing

Schedule:

5:30pm: Arrive at the Nordic Center ready to ski or snowshoe

5:30pm-7pm: Guided skiing/snowshoeing (approximately 4-20km depending on ability levels)

7pm: Arrive back in Town Square.

Winter Wild up & Down Race
Mar
11
7:00 am07:00

Winter Wild up & Down Race

  • Waterville Valley Resort

Winter Wild is an uphill series with a twist, the finish is at the bottom so you get to come back down too.  Grab your skis, grab your snowshoes, or just grab your favorite winter running shoes and join us for some winter fun.  Do you like first tracks?  Most events take place at a public ski area and you get to hit slopes before they open to the public.  What's not to like about that! For more info and to register click here.

BMW xDrive Experience
Mar
10
Mar 12

BMW xDrive Experience

  • Waterville Valley Resort

Carve it up with BMW March 10-12 at Waterville Valley Resort.
Our partner, BMW, brings The Winter xDrive Experience to Waterville Valley Resort. At three locations throughout Waterville Valley, BMW is hosting a series of demonstrations of their X Series vehicles. Guests can learn winter driving tips and techniques from professional drivers and can even test drive X Series cars at two of the locations. At the mountain, there is an exhibition in the courtyard where guests can ride as a passenger with a professional driver as they demonstrate driving on snow including manuevers for tight tuns and hills. In Town Square and at the Golden Eagle Lodge, guests can test drive vehicles on a scenic tour through the Valley. For every guest that participates, money will be donated to the Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) program so take a drive for a great cause! .

5th Annual Mike Baker Banked Slalom
Mar
10
8:00 am08:00

5th Annual Mike Baker Banked Slalom

  • Waterville Valley Resort

Snowboard Banked Slalom. Taking place in Higher Ground Terrain Park down into Exhibition. 2 runs per rider fastest time counts. $1500.00 sponsored cash purse for open division.

Entry Fee: $40 with ticket. $20 with Season Pass

Divisions:

Grom 10 and Under
15 and Under
Open- (Cash purse)
Womens
30-40
40+

 Schedule
8-10 am- Registration on the 2nd floor of the base lodge
10-10:30am- Course inspection
10:30am- Racing begins
Bibs- 1-50 10:30-1130am
Bibs- 51-100- 11:30-12:30pm
Bibs-101-150- 12-30-1:30pm
3-3:30pm Awards in Buckets

Final Starry Nights!
Mar
4
5:00 pm17:00

Final Starry Nights!

  • Sunnyside Timber Lodge

Join us for our Final Starry Nights Celebration! Starry Nights offers gourmet dining to an acoustic beat while nestled mountainside at the Sunnyside Timberlodge.  Guests will enjoy the stars as they ride up the Valley Run Quad, and then ski or ride to the Sunnyside Timberlodge along a torchlit trail.  Upon arrival at the lodge, trade out ski and snowboard boots for cozy souvenir socks and warm-up fireside with appetizers, wine and beer while chatting with friends and listening to local musician. Then enjoy a gourmet dinner from Executive Chef Juan before reveling in the musical stylings of Vlad, a world renowned Opera singer and performer.  The night will culminate with a Torchlight Parade by skiing or riding down a freshly groomed Valley Run trail under the stars. Snowmobile shuttle available for non-skiers.
 
The event is all-inclusive; beer, wine, apperizers, meal, and dessert, and tickets are $135 per person (including tax). This event is open to ages 16+.  Space is limited, reservations required.

Book your spot today by calling Therese at 603-236-8311 ext. 3000 or 1-800-468-2553! 

Season Passholders receive a 10% discount!
 
What to Know: Guests should meet on the second floor of the base lodge at 5:00pm The lift will load promptly at 5:30pm. Please dress warmly, including ski or snowboard boots and gear. All guests will be given complimentary socks upon arrival to the Sunnyside Timberlodge.

Starry Nights Menu 2016/17

APPETIZERS
Charcuterie board
Bounties of the Sea display

 SALAD
Arugula salad (Roasted beets, goat cheese, pumpkin seeds, Four Peppercorn caramel)

ENTRÉES
Pasta Station (making pasta dishes to order in front of you)
Quinoa Stuffed Tomato (Veg/GF)
Pesto crusted salmon
Carving Station: Herb roasted venison loin
Rosemary Roasted fingerlings
Root Vegetable Medley

DESSERTS
Chocolate fondue with fresh fruit

USASA Skier/Boarder Cross
Mar
4
Mar 5

USASA Skier/Boarder Cross

  • Waterville Valley Resort

USASA Members race their way through our custom BX/SX course here at Waterville Parks.

More info here.
Boardercross/Skiercross: Each competitor will run the course alone for a time trial. Competitors will be seeded and bracketed based upon the time trial results and the number of competitors within each group. We will run the largest heats of the day first. Heats of less than 4 can take a 2nd "Fun Run" if they choose and time allows, but the results of the first race will represent the official results. Conciliation runs are given. In the case that a group's size is not a factor of 4 the athletes with the slowest time trials will race in a Last Chance Qualifier bracket for an opportunity to advance.