include 1,800-foot double chair, 1,500-foot T bar.
Best runs feature
trail skiing, four open slopes?all packed snow.
available for rent in shop area. Cost per day for boots, poles, skis: $4.
entertainment limited: ice skating, swimming in heated outdoor pool, organized
Eriksen, Olympic and world champion just turned pro, heads ski school that
teaches Arlberg to four class levels at a $3 per hour rate for groups, $8 per
hour for private instruction.
plane to Lebanon, N.H., then taxi 70 miles to Franconia; or trains to
Littleton, N.H., then taxi eight miles. Car is best. Bring chains.
Best season Feb.
20 to March 20, with snow from Dec. 15 to April 1.
Package deals do
not exist at Franconia. Many lodges in town offer special five-day
(Monday-to-Friday) rate of $50-65. Write Franconia Ski Association for full
include 5,460-foot aerial tram, three T bars totaling 6,800 feet.