Ski, ride or golf for cause at CASA’s 16th annual Snowfest at Loon Mountain

Sign Up For Our FREE Daily eNews!

Still time to get your ticket to a day of fun that benefit's CASA NH.
Still time to get your ticket for a day of fun that benefit’s CASA NH.

MANCHESTER, NH — There is still time to register for CASA of New Hampshire’s 16th annual Snowfest at Loon Mountain on Feb. 5, presented by CruCon Cruise Outlet. Your ticket to Snowfest is an all-access pass to a day of skiing and riding and, if you’re feeling adventurous, the opportunity to play snow golf on a course designed exclusively for this event.

Each year, groomers at Loon Mountain design a slope-side, 9-hole golf course – complete with elevated tees, bowl greens and traps – on the Blue Ox Trail. Bring your ski gear (or rent it at the mountain) – clubs and balls are provided before you hop on the chairlift to your vertical golf experience.

If golf isn’t your thing, spend your day trying to ski or ride all 28 miles of trails winding around Loon’s two peaks.

Snowfest registration includes a full-day lift ticket to Loon’s 61 trails and six terrain parks, a continental breakfast, buffet lunch by the Common Man’s Foster’s Boiler Room, access to the snow golf course, swag bags and an invitation to the Snowfest Apres Ski Party in Babe’s Lounge complete with a raffle with numerous prizes, including a grand prize of a custom pair of Fischer skis. There will also be a live auction of a New England Gold Pass for the 2016-17 ski season with full access to Loon, Sunday River and Sugarloaf.

Snowfest is one of CASA of New Hampshire’s largest annual fundraisers and 100 percent of the day’s proceeds support the advocacy work provided to the state’s abused and neglected children by CASA volunteers. Registration is available online at www.casanh.org/snowfest. Tickets are $105 for one of $400 for four.


CASA logoCASA of New Hampshire is a statewide, nonprofit organization that strives to protect every abused child’s right to live, learn and grow in the embrace of a loving family. CASA’s trained volunteers advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children who’ve come to the attention of New Hampshire’s family court system through no fault of their own. Learn more about CASA at www.casanh.org or call 800-626-0622.

About this Author

carol-robidoux

Carol Robidoux

PublisherManchester Ink Link

Longtime NH journalist and publisher of ManchesterInkLink.com. Loves R&B, German beer, and the Queen City!