With over 20 inches of snow on the ground at Pinkham Notch Visitor Center, we think it's safe to say winter has finally arrived! Check out this great photo of Joe Dodge Lodge, taken on January 22nd, by Robert Rives, Pinkham Notch Winter Naturalist Guide:
So, now that the snow has arrived, what is there to do? For starters, check out our annual, popular International Dinner Series, which is currently underway. This Wednesday's presentation features a presentation about and the cuisine of Morocco. The series continues on Wednesday nights through the winter. See a full schedule of International Dinners >>
We’re also offering our best midweek ski deal ever! Stay at Joe Dodge Lodge or the Highland Center for at least two nights, Sunday through Thursday, and save 30% off our member and non-member rates! With this deal, you’ll also get a free trail lunch, in addition to a daily buffet breakfast and family-style dinner.
In addition, Joe Dodge Lodge guests will get a free trail pass to Great Glen’s cross-country trail network all winter! Free weekend programs are also offered, including moonlight snowshoe walks and beginner cross-country ski clinics. Check availability at Joe Dodge Lodge >>
Finally, with school vacation approaching, check out our Pinkham Notch Family Winter Adventure program during vacation week; or, for your teen, a guided snowshoe hike into Carter Notch Hut - part of our Teen Wilderness Adventures program!
Come on up and join us!