Pine Hill Ski Club has about 20 kilometers of classic groomed trails for cross-country skiing.
Trail fees are $15 for a daily pass, collected by the honor system, by using your credit card with Square or depositing cash in the collection boxes at the trailhead. Age 11-17: $5, Age 10 and under ski Free with an accompanying adult.
Fees pay for expenses such as insurance, grooming equipment and gas, and our collection of “loaner” equipment.
Trail maintenance, grooming, and all management functions are provided by the generosity and dedication of x-c ski-loving volunteers in the area.
Enjoy skiing in our beautiful woods and fields, along the brook, and among our “Moosecots”!
Hours: 9am to 4pm December & January
9am to 5pm February & March
Open 7 Days a Week Based on Conditions
Skier Responsibility Release: The purchaser and user of this ticket/pass of Pine Hill Ski Club assumes and understands that skiing is a hazardous sport, that bare spots, variation in snow and other hazards or obstacles exist within this ski area. In using this pass/ticket and skiing at the area, such dangers are recognized and accepted whether they are marked or unmarked. The skier/snowshoer realizes that falls and collisions do occur and injuries may result and therefore assumes the burden of skiing or snowshoeing under control at all times. NH RSA 225-A:24
EACH INDIVIDUAL SEASON PASS HOLDER MUST SIGN THIS LIABILITY RELEASE (Parent or Guardian please sign for children under 18)
When a local source for ski rentals was sold in 2018, the new owners decided to get out of the cross country ski sale and rental business. They donated all the Village Sports x-c ski equipment to Pine Hill Ski Club. The Board, after much deliberation, concluded they would not go into the ski rental business, but offer the equipment on a “loaner” basis to the local community. Skis, boots and poles at the trailhead are for skiers to borrow as suits their needs. The Club monitors the equipment for safety, and continues in the purchase of new equipment, to fill out the size needs, and better support the winter activity programs of local elementary schools.