Dec 30, 2015 12:56 PM

Now's your chance to be in the Guinness Book of World Records - just ski in NH on Jan. 8

N.H. skiers will have the chance to be in the Guinness Book of Records on Jan.8, while ski areas across the world are going to hold the largest ski and snowboard lesson ever taught.

So, if you are learning how to ski or snowboard this season, you may gain skills and set a world record.

Skiers and snowboarders are invited to hit the slopes at ski areas around New Hampshire on Friday, Jan. 8. at 10 a.m.

Another perk of this record setting day? Participating Ski New Hampshire members are offering a “10 at 10” deal. For only $10, beginner skiers and riders can get a Level 1 class at 10 a.m. along with rentals and lift ticket, while participating in this Guinness Book of World Records event.

Participating resorts

- Bretton Woods: call (603) 278-3303

- Cranmore Mountain Resort: call (603) 356-5544 x392 or x333

- Gunstock Mountain Resort: call (603) 293-4341

- King Pine Ski Area: call (603) 367-8896

- Mount Sunapee: call (603) 763-3564

- Loon Mountain: call (800) 229-5666

- Pat’s Peak: register online or call (888) 728-7732

- Ragged Mountain Resort: call (603) 768-3600 x3032

- Waterville Valley Resort: call (603) 236-8311 x3136

Pre-registration is required and some restrictions may apply.

If participating in a lesson on January 8 won’t work for you, keep in mind that the entire month of January is Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month.

For more information, visit the Ski New Hampshire website.


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