The New England Ski Museum at the foot of [R100R, 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.