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Balsams Wilderness

  This resort is really nice with long narrow runs through the forest. I has a very natural and outdoorsy feel. Says Carl.

Balsams Wilderness is closed to all alpine skiing operations as of 2011. However plans are in the works to reopen it. Says New England Skier 13 Tue, 25 Nov 2014.

This is a petite ski hill in possession of an average drop when you compare it to other ski resorts in the region. This ski mountain has a fairly modest mixture of
    slopes and few lifts. Having 87 acres of terrain, it's more of a small style ski hill. Balsams Wilderness has a much lower than average fraction of tough trails and a much higher than average proportion of blue and green slopes. The
14 slopes at this ski area are good. The ski trail map on this page will give you a good idea what Balsams Wilderness is like. The 1,000 feet of drop is not too bad; Balsams Wilderness makes great use of it. The 4 different ski lifts here are in good shape. The grandiose mountain landscape of New Hampshire and the joy of coasting down a slope are nice attractions for lots of folks. The remarkable seasonal snowfall of 21 feet is one of the finest highlights of  
this ski mountain. The close by places to stay are a bit far away from the main area, but if you donít have reservations, you may well end up sleeping in your car. The snow covered highlands of the Green Mountains is a surroundings worth seeing. Balsams Wilderness receives an average amount of snow every winter. No other ski resort for 30 miles has a more sky-scraping vertical drop. The snowboarding and the skiing in this part of the country is loads of fun all season long. Balsams Wilderness is a family friendly ski mountain with many green and blue slopes. Getting your skiing muscles started and just being on the slopes for a while is better than anything. Since you're on this internet page you are possibly into skiing or snowboarding, either way, nearby, you'll encounter many good places. The picturesque snow covered Green Mountains highlands are a tremendously great place if you enjoy skiing or snowboarding. The New Hampshire highlands in the wintertime are a great place for skiing or snowboarding.






      


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OUTDOORS
These outdoors activities are available near Balsams Wilderness ski area.
 Ski Areas Near Balsams Wilderness ski area:
Wildcat Mountain, New Hampshire , 30 miles away
   2112 foot drop, 4 lifts, 47 runs
   30% Expert & Adv.
   45% Intermediate
   25% Beginner
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire , 31 miles away
   1500 foot drop, 10 lifts, 100 runs
   46% Expert & Adv.
   29% Intermediate
   25% Beginner
Black Mountain, New Hampshire , 36 miles away
   1100 foot drop, 4 lifts, 40 runs
   34% Expert & Adv.
   33% Intermediate
   33% Beginner
Sunday River, Maine , 38 miles away
   2340 foot drop, 18 lifts, 128 runs
   33% Expert & Adv.
   36% Intermediate
   31% Beginner
Attitash Bear Peak, New Hampshire , 39 miles away
   1750 foot drop, 11 lifts, 78 runs
   33% Expert & Adv.
   47% Intermediate
   20% Beginner
Burke Mountain, Vermont , 42 miles away
   2011 foot drop, 4 lifts, 45 runs
   30% Expert & Adv.
   45% Intermediate
   25% Beginner
Cranmore Mountain, New Hampshire , 42 miles away
   1200 foot drop, 10 lifts, 39 runs
   20% Expert & Adv.
   44% Intermediate
   36% Beginner
Cannon Mountain, New Hampshire , 42 miles away
   2180 foot drop, 9 lifts, 72 runs
   32% Expert & Adv.
   47% Intermediate
   21% Beginner
Loon Mountain, New Hampshire , 45 miles away
   2100 foot drop, 10 lifts, 45 runs
   16% Expert & Adv.
   64% Intermediate
   20% Beginner
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire , 46 miles away
   2020 foot drop, 11 lifts, 52 runs
   20% Expert & Adv.
   60% Intermediate
   20% Beginner
 Whitewater Near Balsams Wilderness ski area:
Mohawk River, Coos County , 1 miles away, Class II-III - 8 miles long (Colebrook)
Androscoggin River, Coos County , 12 miles away, Class II - 2.4 miles long (Pontook)
Androscoggin River, Coos County , 14 miles away, Class I-II - 17 miles long (Bragg's Bay to Pontook)
 Trails Near Balsams Wilderness ski area:
Mount Cabot Trail, Coos , 19 miles away
York Pond Trail, Coos , 20 miles away
 Golf Courses Near Balsams Wilderness ski area:
Colebrook Country Club, Colebrook , 13 miles away

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