White Mountain Winter Recreation Map & Guide

The White Mountain National Forest is a paradise for backcountry and cross-country skiers, snowboarders, snowshoers, hikers, and any other winter adventurer. This map and guide provides explorers with the only trail map of the WMNF specifically designed for winter use.

Featuring more than 30 trails maintained for winter skiing and recreation in the Pinkham Notch, Tuckerman Ravine, and Kancamagus Highway areas, this map and guide covers what you need to know for a safe and enjoyable winter experience: trip descriptions, trailhead access and parking locations, seasonal road closures, safety and avalanche awareness tips, and detailed ski and hiking trails—including where human-powered routes overlap with snowmobile trails. Waterproof and tear-resistant for years of use on the slopes, this full-color topographic map is the ultimate guide to backcountry winter recreation in the White Mountains.

Features include:

• Before-you-go safety, planning, and packing tips

• AMC lodge, hut, and backcountry camping information and locations

• Recommended ski routes, with distance and elevation statistics and difficulty ratings

• Emergency contacts and Leave No Trace guidelines