Route 302 - Bartlett
Phone: 603-374-2600 or 877-677-7669
Mount Washington Valley offers only one ski resort with two mountains combining all the best New England skiing has to offer - on a scale that will keep you family active and exploring for days on end. A mountain built on granite bones, clothed with towering pine and boasting the expansive breath-taking vistas that only the White Mountain National Forest can provide. Where the view from the top is twice what you've imagined. And the routes down offer endless possibilities - from classic-cut, winding trails you remember from your youth to wide-open cruisers where your own kids can discover the joy of skiing.
As the lift crests the first ridge, the mountainscape doubles-half the resort is hidden in plain view. And it only takes a few runs to discover why Attitash creates such hardcore loyalists. Together, the two mountains provide 77 trails and natural glades, New Hampshire's only 500-foot superpipe and a terrain park unmatched in the Valley- all supported by a service driven staff and the most powerful snowmaking system in the state. The mountains of Attitash consistently deliver the most rewarding experience winter has to offer. Ski in and ski out at the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel, the only slopeside hotel in Mount Washington Valley. Until you've skied Attitash, you haven't skied the Valley.
SKI Magazine ranked Attitash in the top ten Eastern resorts for snow quality, grooming, and weather. In their Resort Guide 2013, they were named in the Top 20 Ski Resorts in the East
The new Nor'Easter Mountain Coaster carries you 1,420 feet up Attitash Mountain on twin stainless steel rails, providing spectacular views of the White Mountain scenery before descending on a thrilling 2,880 foot ride down through the forested mountain terrain, dropping 316 vertical feet through a series of banked curves, dips and straight-aways at rider-controlled speeds of up to 25 miles per hour.
|Vertical Drop||Skiable Terrain||Snowmaking Coverage||# of Trails||Novice||Intermediate||Expert||Glades||# of Lifts|
|1750 ft. (Attitash)
1450 ft. (Bear Peak)
|310+ acres||98%||67||27%||46%||27%||Yes, 60+ acres||11, (3 quads, 3 triples, 3 doubles, 2 surface)|
|Services: Learn to ski packages, group & private clinics, kids & adaptive skiing programs, and ski, skiboard, & snowboard rentals.|
|Halfpipe||1/4 Pipe||Terrain Park||Information|
|The 17-foot Halfpipe Grinder has shaped the LONGEST SUPERPIPE in New Hampshire! This 500-foot monster of a pipe is located on Lower Ptarmigan at Attitash.||No||Two parks: Abenaki Park and Lower Ptarmigan. Features include the ATP, Attitash Terrain Parks & Pipe; ATP Training Ground: an introductory park containing small features and rails; ATP Fly Zone: Attitash's large terrain park loaded with signature rails, jibs and medium to large size elements for those who like to go big: the 500-foot Superpipe!||Rated as the biggest and best park in the Mount Washington Valley, the Attitash Terrrain Park on Thad's Choice is over 1,700 feet of ramps, tabletops, huge air hits and jibs. New for the 2012/2013, Attitash Mountain Resort is relocating its larger terrain park to Bear Peak. The new Abenaki Park will be situated on Lower Mythmaker and Kachina trails and can be accessed from the mid-station of Abenaki Quad. Leveraging the experience and expertise that has created Carinthia at Mount Snow, relocating and developing Abenaki Park is the next progressive step for Peak Resorts to utilize a crew of innovative park groomers and cutters and central fabrication shops to develop and maintain freestyle terrain areas and parks that are appropriate for each resort.|
Bear Notch Ski Touring Center
Cross country skiing and snowshoeing, 200 year-old farmhouse base lodge, rental and demo shop, ski shop, lessons, eatery with homemade bread and soups, trailside lodging, and customized guided tours with on-staff naturalists. Uncrowded trails offer pristine waterfalls, riverside views, picturesque open meadows and trailside picnic tables.
|Total Kilometers||Kilometers Tracked||Kilometers Skate Groomed||Kilometers Backcountry||Snowmaking Coverage|
|For conditions, rates and hours please visit www.bearnotchskitouring.com|
|65 KM of trails||Join one of our staff naturalists on a guided snowshoe tour tailored to your individual pace and pleasure.|
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