South Peak Resort, Loon Mountain Resort, the town of Lincoln, NH, and the surrounding White Mountain National Forrest provides an ideal location to own property.
Located on Loon’s South Mountain with access to exclusive owner ski on/off lifts and trails. Only a 2-hour drive from Boston and minutes from the Rt 93 exit, South Peak is truly one of the area’s most accessible mountain resorts.
In addition to a comprehensive ski and ride program for kids, Loon offers lessons for adults, and you can purchase a lift ticket just for access to the beginner area. Loon has 63 trails across three peaks – A variety of terrain, with something for skiers at all ski levels. Loon’s dedicated family slopes make it one of the best New Hampshire ski resorts for learning to ski and an excellent choice for families.
At its essence, living at South Peak is about enjoying the natural beauty of the White Mountains. For some, it’s a daily walk-and-talk through the neighborhood; for others, the 6-hour-strenuous Mount Lafayette and Franconia Ridge Trail Loop which ascend three peaks, including the highest mountain outside the Presidential Range – Mount Lafayette.
South Peak Resort is an excellent starting point for snowmobilers looking to explore the beauty and excitement of the White Mountains, which offers over 1,000 miles of trails open to snowmobiles and provides a range of difficulty levels, from beginner to expert. Home to the White Mountain National Forest, Lincoln is known as one of the most snowmobile-friendly parts of the state; many Lincoln shops, restaurants, and lodgings offer trailer parking to give you the easiest possible access to the nearby mountains and trails.
For the freestyle snowboarders in your crew, Loon Mountain offers six terrain parks that differ in size for skiers and riders of all ability levels. From mellow, gladed terrain perfect for learning and gaining confidence to our award-winning Loon Mountain Park with 80+ features that include 50+ jibs & numerous jump line options. Loon Mountain is also home to the only Super Pipe in New Hampshire.
The town of Lincoln, NH, is home to several outdoor ice skating rinks. The Riverwalk has an outdoor rink open evenings and weekend days through mid-March. Plymouth State College and Waterville Valley also have ice arenas with public skate hours.
South Peak Resort, Loon Mountain, and the Lincoln area are considered one of the most family-friendly mountain resorts in the North East.
Slope-side childcare for non-skiers for six weeks to 6-yrs
Excellent ski and ride school for kids 3-14 yrs
Learning area for little shredders
Snow tubing, with tot tubing area for kids under 7-yrs
Free lift tickets for kids under 5-yrs
4-season fun with rock-wall climbing, zip-lines, The Hobo Railroad & Whales Tail Water Park
A family-friendly town with lots of food options with kids’ menus
Cross-country skiing in the White Mountains of New Hampshire is an experience like no other. With its lush snow-covered terrain, countless trails, and a vast array of outdoor activities, it’s no wonder why this area has become a favorite destination for winter sports enthusiasts. Loon Mountain Resort offers a variety of expertly groomed, curated trails that run the gamut of skill levels.is weather dependent, so be sure to check out the conditions before heading out for the day.
SNO-GO Ski Bikes are the fastest growing new winter sport and a new way to experience winter resorts. Easier to learn than skiing and snowboarding. You’ll be shredding the entire mountain by the end of your first day. SNO-GO Ski Bikes can be rented at Loon Mountain Resort.
The Pemi river is long, beautiful and complete with swimming holes and big rocks for basking in the sun. Great for tubing, kayaking and swimming.
Whether you’re getting ready to hike, bike, trail run, or explore other outdoor activities, the Lincoln area has 78 scenic trails to explore including easy nature walks, kid-friendly routes, trails with historic sights to some of the most challenging and reqawding hikes on the east coast.
The western white mountains are home to some of the best golf courses in the region, with a variety of public and private courses offering stunning mountain views. If you’re up for trying something a little different, Loon offers Disc golf, a flying disc sport in which players throw a disc at a target; it is played using rules similar to golf.
South Peak Residents have a variety of terrain to mountain bike or hike. Loon’s 9 miles of downhill mountain bike trails provide a satisfying experience for both beginners and seasoned riders with various freeride, technical, and cross-country trails.
New Hampshire’s longest scenic Gondola Skyride to the summit of Loon Peak. A 1.3-mile scenic ride to the summit of Loon Peak where you can relax in a high alpine world of refreshing breezes and stunning mountain views.