New England’s Most Affordable Ski Areas Are in New Hampshire
If you're looking to save money on your next runs, you won't even have to leave the Granite State.
Last weekend featured temps rocketing into the 50's. As a result, much of the snow on the ground has vanished on the seacoast.
Slightly wounded, the ski season continues, and with Christmas vacation upon us, many will be looking to hit the slopes while on a budget. Because, yeah...Christmas.
Great News! Those looking to save a few bucks won't have to drive far for the most affordable skiing in New England.
According to an article in Boston.com, HomeToGo calculated the rankings by totaling the cost of four items: equipment rental, one-day lift ticket, lunch on the slopes, and accommodations for one night. Cranmore came in at $232.02, which is considerably less than the average of $312.78 per person per night.
New Hampshire swept the top two spots, as Loon Mountain came in second at a little over $250 per person per night.