1. Bretton Woods
Bretton Woods Resort is the largest ski resort in the state of New Hampshire. The resort features over 60 trails, 35 glades, and three terrain parks add up to 464 skiable acres served by 10 lifts. It is home to New Hampshire’s first eight-passenger Gondola, traveling at a speed of 1,200-feet per minute.
Address: Route 302, Bretton Woods
2. Loon Mountain
Loon Mountain is the closest ski resort to Interstate-93, making it both accessible and easy to get to. It features over 60 trails spread across three peaks, with 2,100 feet of vertical drop and terrain for all ski and snowboard levels.
Address: 60 Loon Mountain Road, Lincoln
3. Cannon Mountain
Overlooking the heart of Franconia Notch State Park, Cannon Mountain is home to some of the most challenging trails in the entire state of New Hampshire. The 4,080-foot elevation summit is networked by 81 trails and reached by 10 lifts.
Address: Franconia Notch Parkway, Franconia
4. Cranmore Mountain
Cranmore Mountain overlooks the town of North Conway, with 57 trails and nine lifts accessing more than 200 skiable acres.
Address: 1 Skimobile Road, North Conway
5. Wildcat Mountain
Wildcat Mountain promises the highest annual snowfall in the area, with an average 200 inches of natural snow during the winter season. The mountain features 225 acres of terrain, including 49 trails and a full terrain park.
Address: Route 16, Gorham
6. Waterville Valley
Waterville Valley is the closest full-service resort to the Boston and Manchester airports and is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest. Although it is one of the smaller ski areas in terms of terrain, with only 255 skiable acres, the snowmaking is some of the very best in the state and lines tend to be on the shorter side!
Address: Route 49, Waterville Valley