Boost in New Hampshire tourism and business ahead of school vacation week

New Hampshire businesses are seeing a boost in tourism as snow falls statewide.Skier Brandon Linatsas, of Nashua, hitting the slopes on Waterville Valley’s fresh snow.”It was definitely a little icy in the morning, but it got a lot better with more snow on the ground,” Linatsas said. Waterville Valley is hosting more skiers this month due to school vacation weeks across New England, according to president and general manager Tim Smith.”We are expecting good snowfall throughout March and into April,” Smith said. “It is really a fun time of year to be in New Hampshire.”Smith expects a busy next few days as Massachusetts beings its February break, followed by New Hampshire’s school vacation a week after. “It’s been fantastic. Coming off of COVID, everyone is excited to get out,” Smith said. “The snow has been wonderful. I’d like a little more from Mother Nature. Looks like we’re getting it today, so that’s great.” Local businesses are also raking in the benefits of ski season.General manager of the Woodstock Inn and Brewery Molly Dorby said Massachusetts school vacation week is the busiest week for her and her team.”This weekend going into next weekend, it’s our busiest week out of the whole year. It’s absolutely crazy,” Dorby said.Norby said New Hampshire’s vacation week is “definitely busy,” but Massachusetts is “sheer craziness.”

New Hampshire businesses are seeing a boost in tourism as snow falls statewide.

Skier Brandon Linatsas, of Nashua, hit the slopes on Waterville Valley’s fresh snow.

“It was definitely a little icy in the morning, but it got a lot better with more snow on the ground,” Linatsas said.

Waterville Valley is hosting more skiers this month due to school vacation weeks across New England, according to president and general manager Tim Smith.

“We are expecting good snowfall throughout March and into April,” Smith said. “It is really a fun time of year to be in New Hampshire.”

Smith expects a busy next few days as Massachusetts beings its February break, followed by New Hampshire’s school vacation a week after.

“It’s been fantastic. Coming off of COVID, everyone is excited to get out,” Smith said. “The snow has been wonderful. I’d like a little more from Mother Nature. Looks like we’re getting it today, so that’s great.”

Local businesses are also raking in the benefits of ski season.

General manager of the Woodstock Inn and Brewery Molly Dorby said Massachusetts school vacation week is the busiest week for her and her team.

“This weekend going into next weekend, it’s our busiest week out of the whole year. It’s absolutely crazy,” Dorby said.

Norby said New Hampshire’s vacation week is “definitely busy,” but Massachusetts is “sheer craziness.”

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