Ski Mountains

We are lucky to have many choices in ski mountains in this area. Here is some information for you.

Attitash Mountain

Attitash Mountain

Location: Route 302 Bartlett, NH 03812
Phone: 800-223-SNOW (7669)
Cranmore Mountain

Cranmore Mountain

Location: 1 Skimobile Road
Phone: 800-SUN-N-SKI
Black Mountain

Black Mountain

Beginner and novice skiers enjoy our gentle learning slopes, while more advanced skiers navigate the traditional trails, all with beautiful scenery. Experts head for the summit where views of Mount Washington are as thrilling as the chute down Upper Maple Slalom. Friendly people are at the heart of Black Mountain and we are proud to offer our guests 80+ years of rich skiing history. As a family owned and operated resort, family has remained our focus. Our ski school is among the best in the business and as children build their confidence on the slopes, mom and dad can enjoy time of their own, knowing their little ones are well supervised and cared for.
King Pine Ski Area

King Pine Ski Area

Perfect for family fun
Location: 1251 Eaton Road, Rt. 153 East Madison, New Hampshire 03849
Phone: 603.367.8896
Bretton Woods Ski Mountain

Bretton Woods Ski Mountain

Location: Route 302, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire 03575
Phone: 800-314-1752
Night Ski At Shawnee Peak

Night Ski At Shawnee Peak

Did you know that Shawnee Peak is just 20 minutes from North Conway? Since 1989, Shawnee Peak has been offering the most night skiing in Maine, and now with 4 lifts servicing 19 trails and two terrain parks, they offer the most night skiing in the East, hands-down. Whether itís Racing with the Moon two nights a week, special events where they keep the lights going for a few extra hours, or a few runs followed by good time in Blizzards Pub, night skiing at Shawnee Peak is a fun way to enjoy skiing that not many mountains offer anymore. Night skiing starts at 3:30pm. They ski six nights a week, Monday through Saturday (and Sunday evening during holidays 3:30pm-9pm). Their regualr season night skiing hours are as follows: Monday 3:30pm-9pm Tues-Thursday 3:30pm-8pm Friday and Saturday 3:30pm-10pm
Location: 119 Mountain Road, Bridgton, ME 04009
Phone: (207) 647-8444
Wildcat Ski Area

Wildcat Ski Area

Wildcat Mountain usually operates late November through late April, weather/conditions permitting. Wildcat Mountain has been the last ski area in New Hampshire to be operating lift-serviced skiing & riding come spring for the past seven seasons (2007-present). Midweek: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Weekends and Holidays: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Note: Lifts operate until 4 p.m. beginning in February, as daylight hours permit. Wildcat Mountain is not open on Christmas Day. Trails & Terrain Skiable Acreage: 225 acres includes wide groomed trails, glades, bumps, steeps and tree skiing Trails and Terrain Parks: 49 trails, 1 terrain park Summit Elevation: 4,062 feet Elevation Base: 1,950 feet Vertical Drop: 2,112 feet Trail Ratings: Beginner 25%; Intermediate 45%; Expert 30% Polecat Trail: Longest novice ski trail in New Hampshire, 2.75-mile beginner trail from the summit Wildcat Valley Trail: A 17.8 kilometer expert cross-country ski trail, with a 3,240-foot vertical from the summit of Wildcat to Jackson Village along the Jackson Ski Touring Foundation trail system.
Location: Route 16 Pinkham Notch, NH
Phone: 603.466.3326
Toll Free: 888.SKI.WILD
Bear Notch Ski Touring

Bear Notch Ski Touring

At Bear Notch they have over 65KM of: Spectacular Riverside Views Pristine Waterfalls Picturesque Flat Meadows and Challenging Hills Well behaved dogs and owners are allowed on the entire network!
Location: Route 302 Bartlett NH
Phone: 603 374 2277
Jackson Ski Touring

Jackson Ski Touring

Imagine a whole New England Village dedicated to nordic skiing, with a white steepled church, covered bridges, rivers with cascading waterfalls, sundry eateries, charming country inns and a hundred miles of cross country ski trails... Jackson, New Hampshire is it!
Location: Jackson, NH 03846
Phone: 603-383-9355
Sunday River

Sunday River

135 trails, 15 lifts, and The Most Dependable Snow in New England. While others tend to boast it, the truth is that they`re not even close. In terms of sheer size, Sunday River is a very big resort, spanning three miles from White Cap to the Jordan Bowl. In between, eight interconnected mountain peaks, 135 trails, and 870 acres - plus, more hidden spots than a snow leopard on a powder day, thanks to our Boundary-to-Boundary Policy. And while most resorts thank Mother Nature for their winter bounty, we take matters into out own hands with the most powerful snowmaking system in the world.
Location: 15 South Ridge Road, Newry, ME 04261
Toll Free: 800.543.2754
Spring Skiing In Tuckerman Ravine

Spring Skiing In Tuckerman Ravine

Tuckerman Ravine can be one of the most challenging places in the White Mountains of New Hampshire ó whether you are hiking up or skiing down. Bone up on this backcountry bowl and the spring skiing experience it offers.
Location: Mt Washington