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      Land Acknowledgement
      Our trail network is located on N’dakinna, which is the traditional ancestral homeland of the Abenaki, Pennacook and Wabanaki Peoples past and present. We acknowledge and honor with gratitude the land and waterways and the alnobak (people) who have stewarded N’dakinna throughout the generations.


      Bear Notch is a full-service cross-country ski and snowshoe center. From the 200-year-old farmhouse base lodge, embark on an unforgettable winter adventure on more than 65 kilometers of meticulously groomed trails into the surrounding mountains. Homemade bread and soups daily, plus groomed terrain to lodging and restaurants.

      At Bear Notch we have over 65KM of spectacular riverside views, pristine waterfalls, picturesque flat meadows & challenging hills. Our "Warming Hut" offers hot chocolate, teas, coffee, soups, snacks, a selection of candy and bottled beverages, & we always offer warm complimentary homemade bread.

      We pride ourselves on the quality of our skiing, our use of all natural snow - nothing man-made - & our knowledgeable staff.

      Well behaved dogs and owners are allowed on our entire network Bear Notch was chosen as one of the 365 best places to stay and play with your dog.
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      Access Info:
      Bear Notch Ski Touring is located on Route 302, 3.5 miles west of Attitash, in Bartlett, NH.

      From the South: Follow Interstate 93 north through Franconia Notch State Park to Exit 35. Take Rt 3 North to the junction of Rt 302 (traffic light). Turn right at the light onto Rt 302 East. Follow Rt 302 for 25 miles. Bear Notch Ski Touring is on the right side. If you come to the blinking light in Bartlett Village, you’ve gone too far. Turn back about 1 mile.

      From the South: Interstate 95 north to Spaulding turnpike to Rt 16 North to North Conway. Go through North Conway (traffic congestion likely during peak seasons) to Junction Rt 302 in Glen, NH. At traffic light go west (straight) on 302 for 7 miles, Bear Notch Ski Touring is on the left, about 1 mile past the blinking light.

      From Hartford, CT: take Interstate 91 North through Vermont to Exit 17, (Rt 302, Wells River, Woodsville) Follow Rt 302 East to Bartlett. (approx 1 1/2 hours after exiting the interstate.) Bear Notch Ski Touring is on the right side, 25 miles after the junction of Rts 3 & 302 If you come to the blinking light in Bartlett Village, you’ve gone too far. Turn back about 1 mile.

      From Portland, ME: follow Rt 25 West to Rt 113 North to Fryeburg. Turn left at light onto Rt 302 East and follow to Jct Rts 16 & 302 in North Conway. (traffic congestion likely during peak seasons) Turn right at Junction of Rt. 16 & 302 and follow to Junction Rt 302 in Glen, NH. At traffic light go west (straight) on 302 for 7 miles, Bear Notch Ski Touring is on the left, about 1 mile past the blinking light.

      From Montreal: Take Rt 10 East and south to Derby Line, Vermont. Follow Interstate 91 south to to Exit 17, (Rt 302, Wells River, Woodsville) Follow Rt 302 East to Bartlett. (approx: 1 1/2 hours from Interstate 91, 4 hours total from Montreal)
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      For more information on tickets and season passes please follow the "Bear Notch tickets, passes and memberships" link below.

      Phone: 603-374-2277
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      Region Details
      43 nordic ski trails

      Region Status
      Open

      Nordic Ski Stats

      State Ranking
      #1,078
      Trails (view details)
      43
      Trails Snowshoe
      42
      Trails Nordic Ski
      43
      Total Distance
      26 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      12 miles
      Total Descent
      1,322 ft
      Total Vertical
      472 ft
      Photos
      1
      Ridden Counter
      164

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      user #2855888Rberube05wishlistregionBear Notch Ski Touring Centre
      Jan 31, 2023 @ 4:32am
      Jan 31, 2023
      user #2603753WhiteMountainRambleraddpoiBoardwalk
      Jun 22, 2022 @ 10:09am
      Jun 22, 2022
      user #1309489WillieJacobszaddtrailField of Attitash 2 and 3 more
      Nov 3, 2021 @ 6:32am
      Nov 3, 2021
      user #1309489WillieJacobszupdatetrailTrail #50 and 1 more
      Nov 3, 2021 @ 6:21am
      Nov 3, 2021
      user #1148302msmcfateupdatetrailTrail #32 and 1 more
      Oct 29, 2021 @ 6:35am
      Oct 29, 2021

      Nearby Riding Areas

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      Attitash Ski Resort 6 13.2 km
      Rogers Crossing 33 33.2 km
      Oliverian Downes Brook 16.2 km
      Mt Wahington Valley Ski Touring Foundation 17.3 km
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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Snowshoe4226 miles1,319 ft12 miles472 ft
      #7282
      Nordic Ski4326 miles1,322 ft12 miles472 ft
      #1,078176
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