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Resort Insider: Sept. 27-Oct. 14

September 27, 2019

This weekend’s weather forecast is outstanding. Waterville Valley’s mountains are beckoning. This weekend is the annual Chili Challenge & Brews, Rally in the Valley all-vehicle show, and an exciting new event – the Waterville Valley Mountain Race. Golf, tennis, bike rentals, boat rentals, scenic chairlift rides, the recreation center, Curious George Cottage, shops and restaurants will all be open.

Get the scoop on everything that’s happening in the Valley in one click with the Resort Insider. 

>> Resort Insider: Sept. 27-Oct. 14

Find out what's happening at Waterville Valley Resort with the Resort Insider for Sept. 27-Oct. 14

Weekend weather forecast:

Tidbits to note:

This didn’t make it into the Resort Insider … Trails Day: Timber Camp Trail – Saturday, Sept. 28. WVAIA members and guests, meet at the Town Square gazebo at 8:30 a.m. Bring lunch and loppers if you have them. Special perk – Warren will transport the trail crew up and back along Greeley Ponds Trail via pick-up. Questions: Email wvaiatrails@gmail.com

On Sunday, Sept. 29, some of the best trail runners in the world will be at the ski area for the U.S. Mountain Running Championships. Early bib pick-up will be available on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 3-5pm in Town Square. On Sunday, competitors will race up the ski area on a 7-mile course with 3,000 feet of elevation gain. Spectators are welcomed — come cheer on the runners in the base area! The races will kick off at 8:30am with women and 10am with men. 

The Recreation Department has added a second bus for the field trip to the Fryeburg Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Buses will leave the Rec. Dept. at 7am and return by 4pm. Cost for the bus ride is just $15pp ($5 for WVRD members). If you’re age 65+, admission to the fair is FREE that day! Space is limited so call the Rec. Dept. to reserve your spot – 236-4695.

2019/20 lift tickets are on sale now – up to 50% savings. These will be the lowest prices of the season, so don’t miss out. 

Waterville Valley Recreation Department is offering guided fall foliage hikes. Check out the Resort Insider for dates/times.

Looking for some great fall hikes?

Check out the foliage on:

Welch & Dickey

The Scaur/Now part of Irene’s Path

The Cascades

Waterville Flume/Now called Irene’s Path

Mad River Trail

About Jan Stearns

I've been living in and loving New Hampshire's White Mountains for most of my life. I moved to Waterville Valley in 1981 and quickly realized why it was dubbed a Yankee Shangri-la. Once you’ve experienced Waterville Valley, you’ll want to call it yours. The great team of Realtors at Waterville Valley Realty can help you find a Waterville Valley home that fits your lifestyle and budget.

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