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Taking a ski bus from Boston to New Hampshire is the way to go when you are craving powder in the big city. Not only will you be able to rest on the way to save your energy for the slopes, but ski buses will sometimes offer a package deal so you can get a ski lift discount as well.
You can get to some of the best mountains on the East Coast by taking a short bus trip from Boston to New Hampshire, including ski spots like Loon Mountain, Waterville Valley, Attitash, Cannon Mountain, Bretton Woods, Sunapee Resort, and for the adventurous, Mount Washington, where you can ski on Tuckerman’s Ravine.
There are two different options to get you from Boston to New Hampshire on a ski bus. There are the packaged Boston ski buses that get you right to the mountain and usually provide lift tickets, and there are the scheduled buses that run much more often, but will have drop off and pick up points from the nearest city.
Scheduled Boston to NH ski bus options:
If you’re looking to travel from Boston to New Hampshire for a ski trip, the best bet is the ultra-convenient regional carrier Concord Coach bus to get you there. Concord Coach leaves from Boston Logan Airport and Boston South Station to various ski towns around New Hampshire.
You can find a cheap way to travel from Boston to Conway and North Conway and get to some of your favorite resorts, including Bretton Woods, Attitash, and Cranmore Mountain. You can also ride Concord Coach to get from Boston to Franconia and explore Cannon Mountain, known for fast runs and even cheaper rates.
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Packaged Boston to NH ski buses
Packaged bus trips can be an easy way to book your bus and lift ticket in one go. These packages are usually run by Boston ski clubs, but they typically alternate which mountain they go to each weekend so be sure to plan ahead.
The New England Snow Bus offers a ski bus package with tickets included to Loon Mountain, Waterville and Sunapee. As of 2018, tickets for day trips range around $65 at the start of the season and go up to $89 during the winter months.
Boston Ski and Sports Club offers several different bus trips to various resorts around the Northeast and Canada with weekend and day packages, so you can plan your trip based on how much time you want to spend skiing. Ticket prices vary season to season so be on the lookout for the best deals!