While the majority of ski mountain areas rarely highlight their spring and fall, the New England mountain regions have a fall foliage season that is spectacular, an absolutely beautiful time of the year. If you have never been to New Hampshire and have been thinking about working a winter job at an eastern ski resort, this is a great time to visit, check out the fall colors, and explore the idea.
Take a look at Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber of Commerce and White Mountain Attractions, two websites I found today that had me wishing I was there. It is hard not to love New England in the fall.
“Fall has come to the White Mountains, draping rich beautiful hues of red and gold and orange across the hillsides in an annual heart-stopping show that draws people from around the world to see what truly is a glory of nature.” (from White Mountains Attractions)
Fall is fabulous, but for skiers and snowboarders, the winter is obviously your time of year. Lincoln, New Hampshire’s Loon Mountain is now hiring for their winter season and is currently looking for ski instructors, lift attendants, snowmakers, grounds workers, cashiers, food and beverage workers, children’s center attendants, child ski instructors, ticket sellers, custodians, parking lot attendants, and tubing park attendants
Loon Mountain is located just two hours from Boston right off interstate ‘93, has 53 trails, 6 tree skiing areas, 2100 vertical feet and over 324 skiable acres!