Saturday, March 3 & Sunday, March 4
A block of rooms is reserved at the Lake Morey Inn and Resort under the name “Camp Pemi.” Centrally located, the Lake Morey Inn and Resort is 12 miles for the Skiway and 13 miles from Pemi.
Rates for the Classic and Deluxe Rooms are discounted to $119 per night, based on a family of four. Make your reservation by calling 1-800-423-1211 before January 31. After this date reservations will be accepted as available.
The Lake Morey Resort is known for its winter activities, including the longest skating trail in the United States. Learn more about Lake Morey by clicking here.
The Inn serves breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.
Seeking other accommodations? Check out our list of favorites here.
Saturday, March 3 – Pemi Ski Day – Dartmouth Skiway
Lifts will operate between 9 AM and 4 PM
Pemi staff will be on the second floor of the McLane Lodge.
After you arrive, meet Kenny upstairs to get your lift ticket if you plan to ski.
Tickets are $35 with CASH or CHECK payment (sorry, no credit card).
Checks should be made out to “The Dartmouth Skiway”
Note – there is no ATM at the Skiway. The closest ATM is in Lyme, a few miles down the road.
Ski equipment can be rented using a credit card with the following prices, $10 for a helmet, $35 for snowboard gear, $35 for adult ski gear and $25 for kids ski gear. Once you have your lift ticket, you will find the rental location downstairs and the Skiway staff will be there to outfit you. The Skiway also offers lessons to skiers of all abilities. Learn more here!
The Skiway has a cafeteria on site with many lunch options.
The road to the Dartmouth Skiway, like many NH roads over the winter, will be affected by frost heaves. If you’ve never heard of frost heaves, you will soon experience them. We advise caution on all roads.
After a day of skiing with your Pemi friends, people are welcome to gather for dinner at Latham House Tavern, attached to Dowds’ Country Inn.
Sunday, March 4 – Open House – Camp Pemi
Pemi will be open between 10 AM and 2 PM
Dress warmly for the Winter Open House. We will have two roaring fires in the Senior Lodge along with other heat sources. Warm food and beverages will be available in the lodge, and there will be a portable toilet on site.
Please bring your own winter activity equipment—snowshoes, sleds, skates—to use. Deb Kure is bringing a few extra pairs of snowshoes for anyone to use; thanks Deb!