Just because Santa is back at the North Pole and the presents have all been unwrapped, doesn’t mean the holiday fun has to come to an end. North Conway and the Mt. Washington Valley is filled with an array of activities sure to keep your spirits merry and bright.
Here are a few of our favorite holiday week events in the area.
Cranapalooza at Cranmore Mountain
Keep the holiday fun going with the first Cranapalooza of the season! Enjoy a variety of fun events geared for the entire family in addition to skiing, snow tubing, mountain coaster, giant swing and soaring eagle zip line. There’s s’mores at the outdoor fire pit, a parade led by C-More, face painting and more.
Jingle Jam at Attitash Mountain
Skiers and riders won’t want to miss the fun of Jingle Jam. Competitors will do their best to impress the judges on a variety of different rail and jib elements throughout the freestyle park. Participants will compete in their respective discipline and age divisions. Put your skills to the test!
Holiday Week Trains at Conway Scenic Railroad
Take a trip through time on the Holiday Week Trains at Conway Scenic Railroad. Old fashioned train rides are a family favorite!
Guided Snowshoe Tours at Jackson XC
Experience places along the trails and off the trail system that most people would never get to find. This fun and interesting tour is led by snowshoeing experts who will also give techniques along the way. Hit the trails and see the beauty of the White Mountains.
Ski with a Naturalist at Great Glen Trails
Learn about Pinkham Notch and the flora and fauna that make the area so unique. Scout for tracks in the snow, learn about different trees, listen for distinct bird calls and understand the ecosystem of Pinkham Notch.
New Year’s Eve Partybration at Santa’s Village
Ring in the New Year at the New Year’s Eve Partybration! Father time turns time ahead 4 hours so the younger guests can celebrate in style. Visit with Father Time, enjoy the rides and witness the fireworks one last time this year. There are activities for the entire family.