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New Hampshire ski resorts offer terrain parks for snowboarding adventure

The only thing that has grown faster in popularity than snowboarding is the slang spoken by its aficionados. Ski areas of all sizes throughout New Hampshire have added terrain parks, half pipes and other challenges for the brave, the bold and the “I’m gonna conquer this mother,” boarders. While having that ability leap into the void is cooler than the mountain at midnight, New Hampshire ski areas have excellent instructors to teach snowboarding to people of all ages and experience. And as with skiing everyone can enjoy snowboarding at his or her own pace on runs that match their abilities.

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Snowboarding at Bretton Woods - Town of Bethlehem, NH
Town of Bethlehem

It’s a snowboarders’ paradise in the lively area around welcoming Bethlehem, N.H.

If you are into snowboarding, and want to be near all the action, stay and play in Bethlehem, N.H., where six mountains are all less than an hour away. Cannon Mountain and Bretton Woods are less than a 15 minute drive away, and in under an hour you can get to Attitash, Loon Mountain, Waterville Valley and Wildcat Mountain. After a day on the slopes, head back to Bethlehem to stroll its lively Main Street for eclectic shopping and eateries. Warm up with a cup of locally brewed coffee (or beer!), or hot cocoa. Check out the wares of local artisans, antiques dealers – and do some gallery hopping. Area accommodations include country inns, mountain lodges and resorts, cottages and campgrounds.