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London, United Kingdom
March 5, 2007
After Bretton Woods we moved onto Loon Mountain. The terrain here seemed more aimed at people with a little ski experience and there was a younger, faster pace. We started off with a guide here too, just to get the hang of the trails and we got in the spirit with novelty ski hats. We had a team race here in a special area where you do slalom racing, and they time you and provide badges for the winners, I came second, mostly due to a lack of control rather than general skill.
We also did night tubing here which was a good change and an excellent group activity. There's a big chalet at the bottom for food which provide massive portions. Again we didn't stay on site but there are places to stay. I cannot advise on price as we did a trip that included the whole lot, but the slopes have a website, www.usaskiholiday.co.uk, so check that out for up to date prices. I think doing it this way round was good as we had built some confidence and the trails we tried at Loon Mountain were a bit more difficult.
From journal New Hampshire's White Mountains
Bohemia, New York
April 3, 2004
From journal Skiing in New Hampshire