Join us for our 27th year of the AMC’s International Dinner and Adventure Series! Wednesday evenings transform into a weekly dinner series of international cuisine
followed by an inspiring presentation. The family style dinner features four courses, including soup or appetizer, salad, entrée, bread, dessert. The after dinner program is a cultural and inspirational adventure presented by local and regional guides, explorers, and travelers!
Jan. 11: Sagarmāthā: Trekking to Everest Basecamp and Beyond with Brett Fitzgerald – Cuisine of Nepal Jan. 18: Walking Hadrian’s Wall, The Roman Frontier with Jack Holmes – Cuisine of Scotland Jan. 25: Classical Egypt and Jordan, from Cairo to Amman with Nancy Zahornasky – Cuisine of Jordan Feb. 1: The Nature of Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice with David Govatski – Cuisine of Iceland Feb. 8: Coast, Castles and Canals of Wales with Theo & Melanie Stibbons – Cuisine of Wales Feb. 15: Argentina: Attempting to Climb Aconcagua with Alison Violette & Ben Litchfield – Cuisine of Argentina Mar. 1: Walking the Haute Route; Chamonix to Zermatt with Julie Higgins & Michael O’Connor -Cuisine of Switzerland Mar. 8: Bhutan, Land of the Thunder Dragon with Jack Holmes – Cuisine of Bhutan Mar. 15: Walking with the Maasai: The Tanzania You’ve Never Seen with Sue Rose -Cuisine of Tanzania
2017 International Dinner prices: $21 AMC Members/$24 for Non Members. International Dinner packages are available starting at $49 per person, which includes dinner, the presentation, lodging at the Joe Dodge Lodge, breakfast and a trail pass at Great Glen Trails for Thursday. Dinner is at 6 pm, the program follows dinner. All programs are free and open to the public.
Reservations are recommended. Ask about our Group Rate. For more information or to make reservations call: 603-466-2727
Join this immersive weekend program which includes your own new HEAD skis, boots, and bindings on the first day! Over two days, you’ll work with professional ski coaches to take you from never-ever to best-weekend-ever.
Village Ski and Sport of Lincoln, NH will be at Cannon with their annual telemark demo day providing free telemark demo gear with boots from Scarpa and Scott and skis from K2, Scott and Blizzard. 8am-2pm in front of the Notchview Lodge. ID & Credit Card required.
All Day (Saturday) EST
Franconia Notch State Park, 260 Tramway Drive, Franconia, NH 03580 - I- 93 to Exit 34B & 34C
You’re only 50 once and this night promises to be solid gold.
Celebrate a half-century with a night of dinner, cocktails and live music alongside many others who have made Loon what it is today. And what better place to celebrate than in the Governor Adams Lodge, a venue named after Loon’s founder. It’s an evening to say “cheers” to in the past, present and future.
During an auction, you’ll have a chance to take home historical Loon memorabilia, ski & stay packages, skis, ski boots and much more.
Bring your dancing shoes because New Hampshire’s own, Harsh Armadillo, will rock an original combination of funk, jazz and hip-hop roots characterized by sultry vocal harmonies, raucous horn lines, and an extra-funky rhythm section.
Season pass holders in attendance will receive extra special recognition during the event – but it’s a surprise.
All proceeds from the Golden Gala benefit the Loon Mountain Area Community Foundation.
Don’t worry kids, we’re throwing a party for you, too at Kids’ Night Out. Join us for a night of fun – without mom and dad. We’ll spend the evening scaling a climbing wall, ziplining over the Pemigewasset River and more.
The famous Briefcase Race returns to Coolidge Street for a ’60s-themed race to benefit the Loon Mountain Area Community Foundation.
Don your best retro business attire and race head-to-head on an easy dual slalom course with briefcase securely in hand. Business attire can include three-piece suits, coveralls, scrubs, uniforms, or costumes of any kind. Anything goes!
Men, women and kids of all ages and abilities will have a blast racing against each other and the clock! One pole is allowed, along with a soft-sided briefcase that we’ll give you to carry as you race – and you get to keep it!
Prizes from SPY and Under Armour will be awarded for the top three fastest times in all divisions. Costumes are strongly encouraged and will be rewarded, too. Remember, it’s our 50th anniversary season!
All proceeds benefit the Loon Mountain Area Community Foundation.
$100 per person | includes briefcase, continental breakfast, lunch and a lift ticket for the day
The famous Briefcase Race returns to Coolidge Street for a ’60s-themed race to benefit the Loon-Area Community Foundation. Don your best retro business attire and race head-to-head on an easy dual slalom course with briefcase securely in hand. Business attire can include three-piece suits, coveralls, scrubs, uniforms, or costumes of any kind. Anything goes!
All proceeds benefit the Loon Mountain Area Community Foundation. Details »
A lot has happened since 1966, and there are many landmarks around the resort that illustrate Loon’s rich history. This is your chance to learn about that history and win prizes! Check in at the Governor’s Pavilion at 1:00pm to start your hunt.
Free for all ages. Start at the Governor’s Pavilion.
Ski over to the Paul Bunyan Room to revel in your action-packed day on the mountain. Listen to live music and sip on drink specials thanks to Bud Light.
Party starts at 3:30pm
You’re only 50 once and this night promises to be solid gold. Celebrate a half-century with a night of dinner, cocktails and live music alongside many others who have made Loon what it is today.
All proceeds from the Golden Gala benefit the Loon Mountain Area Community Foundation. Details »
Kids’ Night Out
Don’t worry kids, we’re throwing a party for you, too. Join us for a night of fun – without mom and dad. We’ll spend the evening scaling a climbing wall, snow tubing, or ziplining over the Pemigewasset River. Check it Out »
Sunday, January 29
First Tracks Executive Breakfast
Get first tracks and pop the cork on another 50 years with members of Loon’s executive team. Learn More »
50th Anniversary Season – Complete Details »
Leave the adults to celebrate 50 years on their own. Kids deserve their own celebration.
Fuel up on your favorite food group – pizza- and then bounce over to the Adventure Center where you’ll spend the evening scaling the climbing wall and ziplining over the Pemigewasset River. Sounds awesome, right?!
$56 per kid
Recommended for ages 4 & up. Zipliners must weigh at least 50lbs.
Drop-off from 5:30 pm | Pick-up at 9:00pm
Pick up and drop-off at the Children’s Center.
All activities are weather dependent.
Reserve Today: Call 800-229-5666 x5400 or sign up at any Information Desk here at the resort (Gondola Barn or Governor Adams Lodge).