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Waterville Valley Resort

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Waterville Valley Resort is a family-friendly, fun in the mountains, safe, four-season vacation destination just a short drive from Manchester, Boston or Montreal. Located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire the winter season features downhill and cross-country skiing, tubing, snowshoeing and mountain biking. The rest of the year, guests enjoy hiking, golf, tennis, entertainment, shopping and swimming. 

From quaint country inns to 3 or 4-bedroom condominiums, Waterville Valley has numerous lodging options to accommodate you and your family - from a romantic escape to a family vacation.

Waterville Valley is an oasis in the mountains, but the dining selections outweigh its size. From gourmet fare from Johnson and Wales trained chefs to simple pizza and salads, Waterville Valley has something for every taste and wallet.

Waterville Valley is a place to relax, rejuvenate and reconnect with the family. And there is plenty of time to do all of that as well as take advantage of all the activities we have to offer. Below is a sampling of the many things to do each day, many are free with the Waterville Valley Freedom Pass. When you book a room or condo with Waterville Valley Resort, you are given our Freedom Pass. Depending on when you book, you are given our Summer or Winter Pass. Think off it as your ticket to freely enjoy any one of our activities ($100 value per person per day). Every day you stay with us you or your whole family and trv one or all of our 8 summer or 5 winter activities.  There’s nothing else like it out there, so come and have some fun.

The summer pass includes Tennis, One Chair Lift Ride a Day, Unlimited Use of the Athletic Center, One Boat Voyage a Day on Corcoran Pond, 2-Hour Bike Rental, a Round of golf, Ice Skating, Unlimited travel on our Waterville Trolley, and discounted admissions to over 15 local White Mountain Attractions.

To wrap it up, Waterville Valley is a four-season resort set on 540 private acres surrounded by 360° of National Forest. Sitting atop the 4,004-foot Mt. Tecumseh, “New Hampshire’s Family Resort” features 265 acres of skiable terrain, a vertical drop of 2,020 feet, 62 trails, 11 lifts, and 74k of groomed Nordic terrain nestled in the valley below.  Shuttles provide easy access to year-round events, shopping, and dining in the Town Square as well as a variety of lodging options, including country inns, condominiums, and all-suite hotels. For more information, visit


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