Travel restrictions to New Hampshire during Covid-19
If you’re visiting New Hampshire from out of state for an overnight trip at a lodging property, you must sign a document stating that you remained at home for a quarantine period of at least 14 days before arriving in New Hampshire. This documentation will be provided at your lodging destination. This rule does not apply to the New England states of Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
(Quarantine period includes going out of your home for essential items only, and wearing a cloth face covering if you are not able to maintain at least 6 feet social distance from other people when outside your home.)
Ski NH says ski areas in New Hampshire are gearing up for the 2020-21 ski season and are developing plans to keep guests and staff safe during the Covid 19 pandemic. Skiing, riding, and other outdoor activities will be happening this winter, but visitors should expect things to look and work differently. Changes will be a requirement to wear face coverings inside buildings anywhere that six feet of physical distancing cannot be achieved (that would include lift lines and mazes). Some ski areas may require people to buy tickets online in advance to avoid in-person transactions. Some other services at resorts may be unavailable or adjusted this year. Guests will be asked to follow these protocols before coming to and at the ski area.
Most ski areas offer discounted season passes, stay-and-ski packages, gift cards, or other bargains. These are discount programs by members of Ski NH - for more information please call 603-745-9396.