Ski 93 Country offers some of the East’s finest skiing and is easily accessible from anywhere in New England via Interstate Highways and well maintained roads.
And it’s not to hard from Quebec also.
New England’s finest skiing is just one part of your complete trip to New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
Growing up in Montreal, New Hampshire was also just a bit further that a trip down to Vermont. New Hampshire main’s market remained Boston and the rest of southern New England.
This week’s brochure is from Ski 93 Trips from circa 1980. Founded in 1969 Ski 93 Trips are still around today and claim to be New England’s largest tour operator.
Here is a quote from the current Ski 93 website:
Ski 93 Trips, New England’s largest Group Ski Tour Operator, is proud to be providing ski packages for more than 44 years!
We have seen regional tourism brochures like Ski the White Mountains; although this double-sided one page brochure is from a particular group, it made a kid like myself dream about skiing in New Hampshire and ride majestic White mountains. The brochure went beyond promoting itself, it promoted skiing in New Hampshire with a spotlights on Cannon, Loon, Waterville Valley and Bretton Woods. If you look carefully on the Cannon picture on the front page, you can see the first Cannon tram, which was also the first one in North America dating back to 1938.