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Ski Areas in New Hampshire
Alpine Skiing in the Granite State
New Hampshire contains some of the largest ski mountains in the country, which means downhill ski resorts are scattered throughout the state.
Thousands of winter visitors head to ski areas like Black Mountain, Wildcat Mountain, and Pat’s Peak for New England skiing done New Hampshire style.
Set north of the Notches, the Cannon Mountain Ski Area is the seventh largest ski area in New England, and has some of the most vertical skiing in the state.
Cannon Mountain is found in the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, surrounded by the Franconia Notch State Park, and neighboring the town of Franconia. Cannon Mountain consists of 165 skiable acres, including 60 runs and New Hampshire’s lone aerial tram.
Located in southern New Hampshire, the Mount Sunapee Resort is set in the Sunapee State Park, just west of Newbury and south of Mount Sunapee. The Mount Sunapee Ski Area is home to 230 skiable acres – a base for 66 runs, 10 lifts, and three terrain parks. Mount Sunapee has a top elevation of 2,743 feet, with a vertical drop of 1,510 feet.
Set on Mount Tecumseh in the White Mountain National Forest, the Waterville Valley Resort is a 259-acre ski resort in central New Hampshire. Located in Waterville Valley, the Waterville Valley Ski Area has a top elevation of 3,480 feet, and a vertical drop of 2,000 feet. New Hampshire skiers may look forward to 52 runs – the longest of which is three miles – plus a terrain park and seven lifts.
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