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Spring in Mt. Washington Valley


When it comes to spring in Mt. Washington Valley, you’ll find ski enthusiasts by packing in as many ski days as possible at ski resorts that remain open deep into March and sometimes even into early April.

Spring skiing in Mt. Washington Valley is a season to let loose, soak up the bluebird sky and warm sun, and make the most of the last days on the slopes!
photo c/o

Outside of regularly scheduled apres-ski entertainment happening at local ski resorts, general spring events in Mt. Washington Valley are listed here. Below are some of the best ways to make the most of spring skiing in Mt. Washington Valley, and have fun under bluebird skies and warmer sunny temps at the valley’s local ski resorts.

Also at King Pine, join the Granite Backcountry Alliance at its spring event, Wild Corn Shindig, which celebrates spring ski season in all its glory! Held March 31 – April 2, two headlining musical acts will take the stage, along with delicious barbecue, notable speakers, games and much more.

Join skiers and riders for signature events such as Attitash Mountain Resort’s “Spring Fling” event on April 1. The mountain will be going back in time to the 70s with live music from Motor Booty Affair.

Mt. Washington Valley Adaptive Sports is hosting an event in tandem with Attitash Mountain Resort’s “Spring Fling”, with a ski race and raffle during the mountain's festivities!

Mark your calendars for spring events that go over-the-top in showing you a good time, like the Wild Corn Shin Dig, pictured above!
photo c/o Granite Backcountry Alliance

For those looking for Easter fun in Mt. Washington Valley, shops, restaurants, and businesses have put together events for the whole family!

Spend Easter at Settlers Green with activities for young families, sponsored by Lindt Chocolate Shop! On April 1st, from 11am-2pm families  can go on an Easter treasure hunt searching for  eight bunnies and eggs. Collect a punch at each location, then turn in the punch card at Customer Service for an Easter Basket full of goodies. Four of the 150 baskets available will include a $50 Settlers Green Gift Card. And while you're there get a photo with the Easter Bunny!

Easter Fun with Pope Memorial Library Join the library on Friday, April 7 at 4pm for and Easter Egg Hunt! This event is free and open to the public.  Children 12 yr and under are welcome to participate, and  Easter eggs will be hidden throughout the library and filled with delicious treats. Six special golden eggs will contain unique prizes such as a children’s book of the winner’s choice.  Families should bring their own baskets or bags please.

Join Jackson Village for an Easter Spring EGGstravaganza, presented by the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce! Featuring a multiple property Easter Egg hunt, photo ops with the Jackson the Bunny who will have some surprises for anyone who comes up to him and says "Hello Jackson!" As well as Jackson EGGstravagant Jackpot Eggs for $5 each, which gives you the chance to take home the ultimate prize of $1,000 cash or one of the more than 20 other prizes. Click the link for the Easter Egg Hunt map.

For those looking for Easter brunch or dinner ideas, here is a list of restaurants throughout Mt. Washington Valley that are taking reservations!
Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa, Breakfast Buffet

Omni Mount Washington Resort, Dinner in the Main Dining Room
White Mountain Hotel
, Brunch
Eagle Mountain House, Brunch and Dinner

Red Fox Bar and Grille, Breakfast Buffet and Dinner Specials

The Oxford House Inn, Brunch

When you return to your basecamp after a day of adventuring, and you’re eager for a warm meal, cold beer, and good times, it means it’s time for apres-ski! Click here for a list of breweries, wineries, and New Hampshire’s only organic distillery, all pouring a satisfying drink!

For complete trip planning resources and information, explore, 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

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