On any given winter morning or afternoon, you can look out over Lake Morey from the Resort grounds and see people of every age taking advantage of the snow and open space for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snow sculpting, and ice fishing. And, weather permitting, we also maintain a large cross section of ice for skating, pond hockey, 4.5 mile skate trail and broom ball.
The lake is a great source of fun all winter long. There are always opportunities for traditional activities like skating, sledding, and sleigh rides, during choice weekends there's also marshmallow roasting, and live music! Come and see for yourself--you'll be amazed by the number of people and the creativity of activities.
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The Lake Morey Resort, Upper Valley Trails Alliance and the Hulbert Outdoor Center maintain the longest skating trail in the United States, a 4.5-mile loop around the lake. It's an amazing experience that's not to be missed. Directly in front of the resort we maintain smaller rinks for skating and pick-up hockey games.
Ice Conditions as of Wednesday, January 28, 2015:
The Ice Crew will be clearing the snow from the trail today - the trail should be clear for skating on Thurday, January 29.
Lake Morey Skate Shack Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 10:00am - 5:00pm
Rental Rates: Nordice Skates - $30 / Figure and Hockey Skates - $10 / Skate Sharpening - $8
The Resort offers a trail system that suits both novice and experienced skiers. Equipment is available, so if you don't have your own stuff, we'll provide you with everything you need before sending you out into the winter wonderland.
If it's alpine skiing you prefer, the Dartmouth Skiway is located just 15 minutes away. There are many other ski areas nearby as well, such as Burke Mountain. Being so close to Route 91 you'll be able to get to them easily for a full day of skiing.