Cranmore Mountain Resort will celebrate the start of the skiing and riding season with annual Homecoming at Zip’s Pub featuring trail sign auction and live
On Saturday, November 29, Cranmore Mountain Resort will host their annual Homecoming celebration. The event will feature a local brew fest, trail sign auction, cash bar, live music, and a showing of the latest Warren Miller film, No Turning Back. Proceeds of the trail sign auction will go to the Jimmy Mersereau scholarship fund.
Homecoming will be held at Zip’s Pub and Grille from 3pm to 5pm. The local brew fest, a
new addition to this year’s event, will feature samples from Longtrail, Shed, Shocktop, Tuckermans, Seadog, Gansett, Sam Adams and Angry Orchard, Moat and Blue Moon. Live music from Ryan St. Onge will be provided throughout the festivities.
An informal rail jam will be held from 3-5pm in the base area, directly in front of
the Zip’s Pub, where skiers and riders of all ages can jib terrain park elements set up by Cranmore’s terrain park rangers.
No Turning Back will be shown in the pub at 6:15pm with doors opening at 5:45pm. Tickets for the film are $10 and are available online in advance or at the door. A full bar and limited menu will be
available at Zip’s Pub and Grille during the event.
The newest Warren Miller film pays tribute to the 65 years of mountain culture and filmmaking. No Turning Back showcases scenes of powder from Japan, Mount Olympus, the French Alps, and the hills of Montana. The film features Olympian Ted Ligety shredding the World Cup in Colorado, Ingrid Backstrom and Jess McMillan taking on the Alaskan Chugach, and JT Holmes and Ulie Kestenholz in the Swiss Alps.
For more information on Homecoming and No Turning Back visit Cranmore.com or call 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.
Cranmore Mountain, located in the heart of North Conway Village in the White Mountains of New Hampshire only 2.5 hours from the Boston area, has been entertaining families with fun and festive activities for over 76 years. With over $9million dollars in improvements in the last four years,
Cranmore is on the brink of a $50 million resort wide development plan, Kearsarge Brook Condominiums at Cranmore.