|Town Square in Waterville Valley resort, NH|
|Icy pulls Phoebe in a sled along the dog friendly trail|
As we meandered along the trail, we took in all the crisp mountain air and the gorgeous scenery. This lovely stream runs all along the length of the trail. The sounds from the stream and the birds were so relaxing. We desperately needed to relax and unplug from all the craziness of the last few months, and this was the ideal place to do that!
|A section of the lovely stream that runs along the dog friendly trail in Waterville Valley, NH|
|Icy and Phoebe pause to take it all in during our hike|
|The lobby area was one of the nicest parts of our hotel. The giant scarf around the moose's neck was adorable!|
|Phoebe stops for a photo by the stream along the dog friendly trail|
Here's a quickie video of us Icy pulling Phoebe on the sled:
John and I had some fun of our own too, we both had a chance to ski! You may be wondering how we swung that with two dogs. I like to downhill ski and John is a cross country skier so we ski separately anyway. I got to go skiing while he watched the dogs. When it was his turn to ski I stayed with the dogs. The cross country trails are right at the resort and the downhill trails are a quick shuttle ride up the road so it worked out great! We each had some fun bonding time alone with the dogs out on the trail and we both got a chance to ski. The skiing was terrific, and being mid week the slopes & trails were practically empty, I felt like I had the whole mountain to myself!
Despite the crummy accommodations, it was an awesome trip! I would definitely recommend a trip to Waterville Valley Resort, just be cautious about where you stay if you brings pets along. Happy Trails!
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