5 Cross-Country Skiing Campgrounds
By John Rarity
From Washington to New Hampshire, pack up your skis and head out to one of these one-of-a-kind destinations for cross-country skiing.
Winter is the ideal time to beat the crowds at this world-famous park and indulge in some of the best Nordic skiing in the country. <!--<a class="more" href="http://www.thealaskaride.com/alaskaride.htm" style="font-size: 80%;">Learn More ?</a>-->
The Paradise area of Mount Rainier is the place to be in the winter. Enjoy free ranger-guided walks and countless miles of scenic terrain. <!--<a class="more" href="http://easterntrail.org/mlr/mlr.html" style="font-size: 80%;">Learn More ?</a>-->
Harriman State Park is part of the greater ecosystem that encompasses Yellowstone National Park and offers endless miles of trails and wildlife viewing opportunities.
Home to 60 mountain peaks and an array of animal and plant life, there is no shortage of sights and activities at Rocky Mountain NP. <!--<a class="more" href="http://www.rapsodybikeride.com/" style="font-size: 80%;">Learn More ?</a> -->
Enjoy panoramic views of the White Mountains from groomed cross country trails, as well as top notch back country skiing within the boundaries of the Pemigewasset Wilderness. Really, you can't go wrong when camping in New Hampshire.