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Here in New Hampshire, we get a lot of beautiful white stuff in a typical winter: We’re not among the most sought-after skiing states in the East for no reason, after all.

Even if you’re not a downhiller or a snowboarder, though, you’ve got plenty of ways to come play in the snow while enjoying our plush hospitality here at the Residences at Daniel Webster. Whether it’s for a family day out or a romantic winter date, consider an afternoon of snow tubing or sledding while you revel in the quiet luxuries and maximum comfort of our studio suites, one and two bedroom suites, and two-bedroom lofts here in the Merrimack Valley.

Here are some prime destinations for tubing and sledding delights this winter in Southern New Hampshire!

McIntyre Ski Area (50 Chalet Ct., Manchester, NH)

Only 15 miles from the Residences at Daniel Webster, the McIntyre Ski Area—owned by the city of Manchester, New Hampshire—doesn’t only offer prime skiing and snowboarding: It also maintains Bonneville’s Family Thrill Hill for all-ages tubing adventures. For the cost of $21 per person, you’ll have two hours to appreciate firsthand the hill’s eight tubing lanes, plus its handy-dandy conveyor carpet for convenient staging ahead of your next slide. Tubing at McIntyre, which has snowmaking capabilities, runs through late March (at least).

Pats Peak Ski Area (686 Flanders Rd, Henniker, NH)

More snow-tubing possibilities await you up at Pats Peak Ski Area, only a 45 minute drive northwest in the hills south of Henniker. Tubing tickets on Pats Peak are $20 for two hours or $22 for four hours—and believe us, this anyone-can-do-it snow sport is addictively fun, so you might just want that longer slot. It’s a good idea to reserve your place on the 600-foot-long, 85-foot-wide tubing slope in advance, as it’s not at all unheard of for sessions here to sell out.

Sledding in New Hampshire

When you aren’t spinning downhill at one of the developed tubing courses, you’ve also got no shortage of sledding hills at your disposal as a guest at the Residences at Daniel Webster. Armed with an old-fashioned toboggan, a plastic flying saucer, or any other form of sled—or an inflatable snow tube of your own—you can hit up such nearby hotspots as Roby Park in Nashua and the Derryfield Country Club in Manchester. Take a gander at this New Hampshire Magazine roundup of some of the best sledding hills in the Granite State—including those aforementioned two in our neck of the woods—for more inspiration.

Call the Residences at Daniel Webster Home While You Soak Up the Snow in Southern New Hampshire

Whether you’re bringing your own sled or snow tube or renting at a tubing hill at one of the local ski areas, come take advantage of Southern New Hampshire’s bountiful (and beautiful) snow this winter as a guest at the Residences at Daniel Webster!

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