This is where we post daily ski and snowshoe condition reports for Bear Notch Ski Touring in Bartlett, NH - in the heart of the White Mountains. With 65km of trails set in a hollow at the base of Crawford Notch, we get consistently more snow than just about any other XC ski area in NH.
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Good News Cross Country Skiers
Looking for excellent trail conditions on a wind protected trail network?
Bear Notch Ski Touring has them!
With today's predicted winds, we are recommending skiing on our Western Trail Network. This area of our trail system has excellent snow coverage, has been freshly groomed todayand offers excellent wind protection.Don't let the wind ruin your day. Dress warm and come on out and enjoy. Our trail conditions will blow you away, the wind won't!
50km open -20km tracked - 30 km skate -Powder - Packed Powder surface
Beginner Skiers: (scenic & simple and freshly groomed)Lower fields, Upper Meadow, East Pasture, Trails through Lower Fields and out to thescenic and simpleUpper and Lower Saco River trails. Trails to Grand Summit and through to Attitash Mountain Village will be groomed if winds diminish.
Intermediate and advanced skiers: (all groomed and ready)Waterfall Trail,East Albany Brook Trail Network, ,Trail 19, Experimental Forest Trails, Trail #42 and our 10 km Village Loop (All have excellent wind protection and are freshly groomed)
Rentals ---- Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe
Lessons and Guided Snowshoe Tours available Please call ahead
Come find out why our skiers are so impressed with our trails