Activities Summer


Step out your door to the wonders of the Mount Washington Valley where your path to outdoor activities and adventure awaits. Guests staying at the Oxen Yoke Inn & Motel have full access to Eastern Slope Inn’s diverse array of on-resort activities.  Eastern Slope Inn also offers a diverse array of planned family activities for all to enjoy; from crafts to game and movie nights.

Come summer, Guests can experience many activities from kayaking and tennis to hiking, mountain biking, and fishing. When the temperatures drop and the snow begins to fall, access over 60 kilometers of X-C country skiing, snow biking and snowshoeing trails in Whitaker Woods.


The North Conway area has some of the best mountain biking in New England. Ride right from your room to access dozens of trails within a few minutes ride!


With the Saco River right in your back yard, splash your canoe or kayak in and enjoy the ride!


Enjoy the two outdoor clay tennis courts right at the Eastern Slope Inn. Didn’t have room to pack your rackets? Sign some out for free at the front desk!


The North Conway area has some of the best skiing and riding in New England. Save on Ski and Stay Packages with The Oxen Yoke. Visit our packages page for rates and offers.

Ski & Stay Packages


X-C and snowshoeing enthusiasts can access over 60-kilometers of pristine, groomed cross country terrain all within walking distance of the resort. Mount Washington Valley Ski Touring and Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing foundation offers over 60-kilometers of trails traveling through Whitaker Woods among towering pines to open fields offering majestic cliff-side and summit views.


There is no sound comparable to the crunch of fresh fallen snow below your feet as you snowshoe through afoot of freshly fallen powder. Eastern Slope Inn Guests can access a network of trails at Mount Washington Valley Ski Touring and Cross Country Skiing trails in Whitaker woods, located a ¼ mile from Eastern Slope Inn Resort.

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As the snow falls, and laughter echoes among the mountain hollows, families can be found gliding across the ice making figure eights, pushing a puck with stick in hand, or gliding between Mom and Dad’s legs as they try ice skating for the first time on Eastern Slope Inn’s Gibson’s Pond.