Storrs Hill is a local ski area in Lebanon, NH and loved by the local community.
It was founded by Erling Heisted in 1923 as a place for kids to learn to ski jump and the just the love of skiing itself. Now it is a nonprofit and run by volunteers.
People of all ages love to ski this hill and it’s a great place for beginners to learn.
They offer lessons, ski jumping, alpine racing, and special events like a cardboard sled race for kids.
So whether you’re a native to the Upper Valley and want to try something new, experience the sport of skiing, or a tourist and get a taste of New England skiing before trying something a bit bigger (and more expensive), try Storrs Hill and fall in love.
For more information read about Storrs Hill’s history and why it’s a local treasure.
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