Stay and Ski

The snow is already here and we’re banking that this winter will be just as good as last year if not better. So the question is, how do you get the best deal for your family’s skiing vacation? Lucky for you, we have the answers!

Where to ski: Right now Loon Mountain is open with trails starting at the summit of Loon Peak. The level of skiing is a mix of blue (intermediate) and green (beginner) rated trails. If this level of skiing this early in the season tickles your fancy, then now is the time to visit the mountain with its lower prices.

Where to rent equipment: Family-owned Roger’s Ski and Sport in Lincoln offers the best equipment and rental rates for all levels of skiers and boarders.

Where to stay: If traveling far and in need of a place to stay, our motel and cabins are conveniently 3 miles from Loon Mountain. Staying with us guarantees you the lowest rates possible. Here’s a breakdown of the season-low prices that last from now until Dec. 14, 2018:

Lift tickets purchased staying at Riverbank:

Adult (19+) – $52

Teen (13-18) – $45

Junior (6-12) – $40

Lift tickets purchased at Loon Mtn:

Adult (19+) – $68

Teen (13-18) – $63

Junior (6-12) – $63

As you can see, you get a $16-$23 savings per ticket plus you get to skip ticket lines and jump right on the lifts! Those savings coupled with our low accommodation prices ($60-$110/night) makes for the sweetest winter getaway in the White Mountains. For our 3-day and 5-day midweek specials, visit our daily discounts. A quaint and cozy cabin heated with a gas fireplace or a spacious motel room with a kitchenette provide the perfect lodging options for rest and relaxation after a day of play on the slopes.

If you’re someone who needs a little more for the family, then we have the perfect set-up. Enjoy large resort amenities at an off-site location while paying our low motel rates. After hitting the slopes, a short 2-minute drive is all it takes to begin enjoying an arcade room for the kids, an indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna. Who wouldn’t want to unwind and let their muscles relax after an active day of skiing?

See you on the slopes!

2018-11-26T01:00:32+00:00

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