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28 TRAILS & SLOPES

9 GLADED AREAS

Most trails are named after winds.

  • Novice 50% (14 trails)
  • Intermediate 21% (6 trails)
  • Advanced 12% (3 trails)
  • Expert 17% (5 trails)

11 LIFTS

  • 4 Triple Chair Lifts
  • 2 Double Chair Lifts
  • 1 J-Bar Tow
  • 1 Beginner Handle Tow
  • 1 Park Handle Tow
  • 2 Carpet lifts

MOUNTAIN STATS

  • Summit Elevation: 1,460 feet
  • Base Elevation: 690 feet
  • Vertical Drop: 770 feet
  • One of the highest capacity computer controlled snowmaking systems per acre in the Northeast. 100% snowmaking coverage guarantees great conditions all season long.
  • Easiest run from the summit: Breeze to Zephyr to Blast
  • Longest run: 1.5 miles Breeze/Zephyr/Squall Line
  • 3 separate beginner areas with their own lifts.
  • F.I.S. race trail and race facilities on Twister.
  • 3 Terrain Parks with features of all sizes, for all abilities.
  • Some of the longest and steepest pitches in Southern New Hampshire.
  • Blast is the only novice runs off the summit in all of southern New Hampshire.

OPERATING HOURS

Night Photo

Night skiing starting December 26th on 100% of the main mountain - beginner through expert.

New Hampshire's Largest Night Skiing Facility with the only beginner run in the state open day and night!