SKI INFORMATION for NORWEGIAN SKI DANCE WEEKEND


Information about skiing, snowshoeing, skating, and outdoor activities, plus shopping and lodging for the Norwegian Ski/Dance weekend in Fairlee VT on Thursday through Sunday,
JANUARY 26 - 29, 2017.



This year's event will feature

  • From Norway
  • From the USA

    See the main skidance webpage for details and registration.

  • Google

    Ski/Skate Updates:

  • local conditions notes posted starting in January

  • Local Conditions:
  • Local ski web sites and list postings of relevance:
  • Cross Country Skiing

  • Downhill Ski Areas (weekend prices as of 2005):
  • Snowshoeing:
  • Ice skating
  • Sleding


    SHOPPING:
    LODGING: We highly recommend that you stay at Hulbert, but if you are looking for more traditional accomidations, here are some reasonably nearby options. Fairlee and Orford are closest; Lyme and Bradford next closest:
    Bradford Motel 802-222-4467 Bradford, VT
    Fairlee Motel (and drive-in theatre!) 802-333-9192 Fairlee, VT
    Lake Morey Resort 802-457-3312 Fairlee, VT
    Silver Maple Lodge & Cottages toll free: 800-666-1946 Fairlee, VT
    The Norwich Inn 802-649-1143 Norwich, VT
    The Hanover Inn 603-643-4300 Hanover, NH
    Six South Street Inn Hanover, NH
    Marriott Residence Inn 603-643-4511 Lebanon, NH
    Marriott Residence Inn 603-643-5600 Lebanon, NH
    Breakfast on the Connecticut 603-353-4444 Lyme, NH
    Dowd's Country Inn - Bed & Breakfast 603-795-4712 Lyme, NH
    White Goose Inn 603-353-4812 Orford, NH
    Piermont Inn 603-272-4820 Piermont, NH

    FOOD: Several years ago, Dave Golber asked that we indicate where to go for croissants. Well, the truth is people don't come to Vermont for croissants, though there places you can buy CSOs (Croissaint Shaped Objects). Now, if what you want is a great slice of pie, check out the P&H truck stop just off I-91 at exit 17 (Wells River), north of Fairlee. We've sampled a number of their wide variety; they're good. You can also get a good pot roast and homemade bread (they bake over 300 loaves/day). The menu is in English and French; lots of Canadian truckers come through. While enjoying your pie, you can sit and watch for loggers who stir their coffee with their thumb. Now that's rural Vermont; who eats croissants, anyhow?

    For more food info, see Hanover and Bradford above.


    Dance/Event Contact Person: Tom Kringstad
    Skiing/website Contact person: Chris Levey, Chris.Levey[AT]dartmouth.edu. Please put "skidance" in subject line.