Brace yourselves, people. Long-range forecasts are calling for a blizzard of beer, bratwurst and lederhosen to hit Loon Mountain next weekend. That’s right. White Mountain Oktoberfest, the region’s largest celebration of German food, drink, and music, is coming to Loon Oct. 7-8! The festival starts at 11 a.m. both days, and admission is free for […]Read more "White Mountain Oktoberfest!"
We’re just a few weeks removed from our snowiest winter in a nearly decade, and we’ve already begun preparing for summer. And we won’t have to wait long until things really get cooking: Loon Mountain will be open for summer activities starting Memorial Day Weekend.* Haven’t visited us during the summer before? We’ve got you covered. […]Read more "Opening for Summer May 27!"
White Mountain Oktoberfest is happening Oct. 8-9, and we’re stoked! Hold on to your lederhosen – here are nine reasons why it’s one of our favorite events of the year: It’s Free! Admission to White Mountain Oktoberfest is free for all ages! Adults, please bring a valid ID and please drink responsibly. Have fun, and be sure to tag […]Read more "White Mountain Oktoberfest: Prost!"
We’ve got good news and not-so-great news. The good news is we’ll all be skiing and riding in about three months, give or take! The not-so-great news? Summer is more than halfway over. But don’t worry. There’s still plenty of summer ahead of us, and plenty of ways to enjoy it here at Loon Mountain. Here are […]Read more "5 Ways to Make the Most of (the Rest of) Summer at Loon"
Looking to fill that seemingly infinite chasm standing between you and next winter? Look no further. Here at Loon Mountain, we’ve got a bunch of fun summer events lined up – from mud running to beer tasting to keg tossing. Intrigued? Read on! June 24-26 New England Brewfest More than 100 craft beers from […]Read more "Summer at Loon Mountain"
When we host events here at Loon, we go all out. This summer, you’ll have the opportunity race alongside (or far, far behind) international-caliber mountain runners, toss a keg as far as your beer belly will allow, and eat enough haggis (a traditional Scottish dish featuring sheep liver, heart and lungs) to make you add […]Read more "6 Ridiculously Cool Events at Loon This Summer and Fall"
Believe it or not, but there is life after winter. If you think Loon Mountain shuts down during the summer, you should rethink things. The next few months at Loon will feature some of the coolest events of the year – no snow required. Here are 5 fun happenings that you won’t want to miss […]Read more "Top 6 Summer Events at Loon"