We’re starting off the New Hampshire February vacation week with great conditions and King Pine 100% open all trails, all lifts and the Purity Spring Resort XC & Snowshoe Reserve Nordic trail network, Tohko Dome Skating Rink and Pine Meadows Tubing Park open daily this week. As we come off a very busy February vacation week, we look forward to welcoming our NH neighbors and friends who are now getting to enjoy their time. Even better, we’re at regular low, midweek non-holiday period ticket rates, so this is the week to get outside for some winter fun!
Buy Online, Buy Early
We continue to urge you to pre-purchase lift tickets, rentals and lesson programs online well in advance of the day you are planning to visit King Pine this season. Capacity limits we have set for this season may contribute to products not being available on the “day of” and sold out. Please note, for all Ski School products, be sure you are selecting the correct “Ski” or “Snowboard” lesson program product.
Check out February Vacation Pro Tips short videos for purchasing and reserving online and more helpful tips.
Buy & Reserve Online
Snowtubing Selling Out Regularly
Snowtubing remains popular this season and tickets are often selling out days in advance. Be sure to buy online sooner than later and plan to arrive at least 30 minutes early prior to your scheduled hour and check-in at Guest Services at the King Pine main base lodge to pick-up tickets.
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Our Skate & Trails Ticket
Our “Skate & Trails” ticket is only $7, all ages, providing you access to the Purity Spring Resort XC & Snowshoe Reserve trail network and our Tohko Dome Ice Skating Rink. That low ticket rate doesn’t including rentals, but we have ice skates, cross-country equipment and snowshoes available for rent too.
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Ski-In, Ski-Out Spring Stay
Overlooking King Pine Ski Area, the King Pine Base Lodge features seventeen spacious Purity Spring Resort guest rooms and during the ski season offers the ultimate slopeside accommodations perfect for couples and families seeking the convenience of being able to ski-in and ski-out. Take advantage of spring availability and enjoy the convenience of staying, literally, in your own base lodge!
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Pine Cone Café To Go
Whether you’re here enjoying winter fun on the trails, a guest staying at Purity Spring Resort, or you live/work in the area, grabbing a made-to-order breakfast (available 8:30-10:30 a.m.) or lunch (available 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m.) any day of the week from our Pine Cone Café is real easy with our new online ordering this season. Choose what you want, select a time to pick-up, pay online and you’re good to go.
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Icehouse Retail Shop Is Open
The Ice House retail and gift shop is open daily in the King Pine base lodge offering a variety of logo wear, face coverings, helmets, ski poles, ski pants, gloves, goggles, mugs, stickers and many items you may have forgot to bring. New this season too, you can now view King Pine logo wear, soft goods and more online and order via email or by phone for curb-side pick-up or pay to have shipped to your home.
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“Back Shop” Tuning Services
You know your gear needs some love here and there throughout the season and our “Back Shop” is ready to provide all the ski & snowboard tuning services, repairs or binding mount needs you may have. Even their “Ten Minute Tune” can make a difference to enjoying a great day sliding and carving up the slopes.
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Reserve Rentals Ahead Of Time
If you have not reserved and purchased your rental equipment needs online prior to the Saturday or during the vacation period you are planning to visit, we will not be able to provide you equipment and you will want to seek alternative sources/shops for your rental needs.
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Let’s Keep Rest Of Season Safe
If you answer “yes” to any of these, please do not not put our staff/teams and other guests at risk and we ask that you plan to visit another time.
Do you have any of the following symptoms:
• Fever (a documented temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher) or are feeling feverish;
• Respiratory symptoms such as a runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath;
• General body symptoms such as muscle aches, chills, and severe fatigue;
• Gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; or
• Changes in your sense of taste or smell?
Of the many requirements to consider and plan for prior to visiting, the major one we are having to remind visitors of is:
Face coverings are required across the resort in all indoor and outdoor public spaces.
Please Follow Base Lodge Rules
• No Bags/Items Can Be Stored In The Base Lodge.
• Only Food & Beverages Purchased Here Allowed In The Base Lodge
Please be considerate of current base lodge requirements in place to help maintain a safe and sanitary environment for all. No bags or items can be stored in the base lodge and no “brown bagging”. Only food & beverages purchased here are allowed in the base lodge.
We are encouraging guests to minimize the amount of time spent in base lodges and we are asking that should be 30 minutes or less. Unless you are seated and actively eating/drinking, you are required to wear a face covering.
Our teams and staff will continue to inform and remind anyone who may not be adhering to current COVID requirements and we hope to continue offering access to our main base lodge.
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