Living in Mt. Washington Valley is So Much Fun!
“I love what we’re offering at Cranmore! We’re a resort that is always putting out new ways to have fun. The guests of the mountain are typically families who have been skiing at Cranmore Mountain Resort for generations, and they have a real connection to the area. You’ll find that same connection amongst the mountain’s staff. So many of us have grown up working at the mountain and grown with the company. We’ve all cultivated really close relationships, and we’re all excited to be a part of Cranmore Mountain Resort’s next chapter.”
The mountain already includes a mountain adventure park where families can enjoy zip-lining, a mountain coaster, beginner rock climbing, and a mountain bike park in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter, 57 trails open up for Alpine Skiing, along with a two terrain parks and a tubing park. It’s newest chapter holds a new base lodge, currently being built. The new Fairbank Lodge will offer a new food court, a slope side bar and patio area.
When Becca isn’t skiing at Cranmore Mountain Resort in the winter, and Mountain Biking in its park, (as well as working!), she’s performing as the lead singer of the band Rek’Lis.
A five-person band that plays regionally, Rek’Lis is a staple at restaurants and theaters throughout Mt. Washington Valley. The band plays cover songs remixed with their own take on them, and you’ll find them playing at locations such as Red Parka Pub, Shovel Handle Pub, Ledge Brewing Company, Tuckerman Brewing Company, Shannon Door Pub and other venues.
Rek’Lis also opens for the summer concert series, Arts Jubilee at least once a season, and plays at various local non-profit fundraisers, such as Rock the Rec - a concert and event to support the MWV Rec Path. If you’re looking for something to to in North Conway, NH and beyond, follow Rek’Lis, and it will lead you to a great time, with great food, and great friends.
Becca also loves participating in Rock the Rec, a one-night event where Rek’Lis plays every year to help raise money for the MWV Rec Path - a project of the non-profit MWV Trails Association that is working to build and maintain multiple-use trails and recreation paths within the Mt. Washington Valley area of New Hampshire. Currently a portion of the path is already under construction connecting North Conway Village to the biking paths at Redstone Quarry.
As someone who loves utilizing the resources of New Hampshire’s outdoor economy as well as working for a company integral to it as well, Becca appreciates the ability to offer the same opportunities to others who may not have access to the trails, lakes, and rivers that she does. That’s why she’s totally behind the mission of Kismet Rock Foundation, which provides climbing instruction to economically, culturally, and socially disadvantaged children.
Get to know our locals, attend their favorite events, grab a drink at their favorite bar, support their favorite local shop, and donate to the non-profits they support. The more you do that, the more local you’ll become!
For complete trip planning resources and information, explore this site, visitmwv.com, or call 800-367-3364 (800-DO-SEE-NH) to talk to a Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce rep. To learn more about New Hampshire vacations, go to www.VisitNH.gov.