The New England Ski Museum at the foot of Cannon Mountain in New Hampshire's White Mountain offers Christmas presents for skiers.

These include jewelry, ties, books and posters, dishes, coasters, and tree ornaments.

A child's toy Pisten Bully 600 Model costs $60.

A pillow with a downhill skier design costs $68.

"Tales of the 10th" by Museum Director Jeff Leich offers a visual history of the World War II mountain troops, the 10th Mountain Division. It costs $20.

Eight-ounce Hadley mugs sell for $17 apiece, and offer a choice of four skier motifs. The Hadley line also includes bowls and plates.

The museum offers six Christmas tree ornaments, including a gondola car for $8.

Oinophiles who ski might like a wine cork with snowflake design for $10.

Nine large black and white prints are $20 apiece and include images from Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington. A tenth print shows Dick Durrance racing downhill, and costs $48.

Jewelry includes snowflake earrings for $8, other earrings, charms, and an array of necklaces and pendants.

A Tuckerman Ravine trivet costs $12.

The collection includes note cards and holiday greeting cards.

Proceeds from the gift shop sales go to support the preservation of skiing history.

More information. Or call 800-639-4181.