Pine Hill Ski Club
Mountain Road, New London (look for the pink moose!)
A non-profit organization run by volunteers, the Pine Hill Ski Club maintains nearly 20 kilometers of trails. Trail passes are $15 for a daily pass (honor system) and collection boxes are located at the trail head.You can also purchase a season pass, registration forms are available on their website. The money collected helps support trail maintenance and grooming--and we must say, these trails are fantastic! Make sure to try and find as many Moosecots as you can, and if you need to warm up, a stop at Robbs' Hut is a must! Trails are very well marked and many allow dogs.
Pine Hill Ski Club offers a good blend of easy to more difficult trails.
Colorful moose known as Moosecots line the trails at Pine Hill XC Ski Club in New London, NH
Eastman Cross Country Center
6 Club House Lane, Grantham, NH
Look no further if you want beautiful groomed cross-country skiing trails! Just a short ride from the Lake Sunapee Region, the Eastman Cross Country Center has a great cross-country trail network perfect for the novice to advanced skier. The center offers on-site rentals and lessons (private or group), and they have a Learn to Ski Program in January. Learn more here about skiing at Eastman or take a look at their cross-country skiing trail map.
258 Stagecoach Road, Sunapee, NH
Dexter’s 20-acre estate has approximately 30km of signed and mapped cross-country skiing trails to explore. You do have to bring your own equipment and trails are no longer groomed as they have been in past years. For trail hours and pricing information visit the Dexter’s Inn website or check out their trail map here.
Elevation: 1,350 ft