Ski Trip 2019 Jan 11 - 13

What: Troop 13 Winter Trip- Learn to ski

When: Jan 11-13 

Where: D Acres, & Waterville Valley, NH


Who: up to 40 people, Scouts and their families (separate accommodations available) 



$60  per person (scout, adult, sibling) for Troop Food and Lodging for 2-nights accommodation 

To order Ski packages ahead of time you can go to

Liftopia has a deal for Waterville, each skier should get tickets:

Liftopia Deal Link

If you want lessons or rentals, you need to add 

rentals: Rental Link

lessons: Lesson Link


if you need it all, the Learn to ski package is the option... lift ticket, rental, lesson

Lessons and Lift Rentals  $95 completeLiftopia has a deal for Waterville, each skier should get tickets:

Activities at Waterville Valley 

Downhill Skiing 

Learn to ski packages (rentals, ticket & lessons) are available…see the links above 


Activities at D Acres 


As a central component of our educational mission, D Acres offers numerous workshops on many aspects of sustainable living, no-till gardening, small-scale animal husbandry, building with natural materials, seasonally oriented cooking, food preservation, woodworking, blacksmithing, printmaking and other crafts.  

For those interested in exploring the great outdoors, D Acres is conveniently located 10 miles of world-class rock and ice climbing at Rumney cliffs, and within 30 miles of three major ski areas (Loon Mountain, Cannon Mountain and Waterville Valley), and is close to numerous hiking, biking, snowshoeing and cross-country ski trails in the White Mountain region. There is a network of trails on the property with rental snowshoes available. 



Streeter Woods Rd,  Dorchester, New Hampshire 

Take Route 128 N to  I-93N (x 37B, ~22 miles) 

Follow I-93N to exit #26- Tenney Mt. Hwy. (~100 miles) 

Take Route 25 towards Rumney.  (~12 miles) 

Take a Left onto Rte. 118 at Millers Convenient Store.  

Drive 4 miles then turn right on Streeter Woods Rd.  

Drive 1 mile to Farm. 



D Acres is located on 180 mostly wooded acres and has extensive annual, perennial, forest gardens and fruit orchards surrounding the modern community building. They raise chickens, ducks, and pigs and have a working pair of oxen on site who help with sustainable forestry operations. Wild turkeys, coyotes, and owls are frequent visitors, and it is not unusual to see signs of beavers, moose or even black bears. They grow ample food to feed residents and overnight hostel guests, as well as the many visitors who come to regular food events at the farm.  
Overnight guests may stay in comfortable private rooms or in our large shared room inside the community building, or choose to camp outside on tent platforms or grassy areas. The community building is a spacious structure containing guest rooms, a library, a craft room, a well-equipped wood shop, a modern commercial grade kitchen, a root cellar and a cozy communal dining area. 

Ski Trip 2019 registration form