Wildcat Last Ski Area Open in Granite State For A Ninth Season In-A-Row

 

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 Wildcat Mountain is once again the last ski area in the granite state to be offering lift-serviced skiing and riding for a ninth season in-a-row. Following a brief weather closure on Tuesday and Wednesday, Wildcat re-opened Thursday upholding its reputation as New Hampshire’s spring ski area and is scheduled to operate through the weekend currently offering 21 trails and 2 lifts, including the high-speed Wildcat Express summit quad and the Snowcat triple chair. At this time, spring discount ticket rates are $49 for adults and $39 for young adults, juniors & seniors, but the area is offering a “Youth Pay Your Age” discount for ages 6-18 on Sunday, April 26.

Wildcat Mountain is scheduled to be closed Monday, April 27 through Friday, May 1 and is planning to re-open again for the weekend of Saturday, May 2 and Sunday, May 3, conditions and weather permitting. Wildcat Mountain was the first ski area open in New Hampshire for the 2014/15 season and began operating back on November 9, 2014. Up-to-date information including snow report, spring ticket rates and discounts, and 2015/16 season passes on sale now and valid at all three New Hampshire Peak Resorts ski areas including Wildcat Mountain, nearby Attitash Mountain Resort and Crotched Mountain, is available at http://www.skiwildcat.com.

Wildcat Mountain Friday, April 24

Photo – Snow flakes were falling in Pinkham Notch on Friday, April 24 while skiers and riders are still enjoying the slopes at Wildcat Mountain, the last ski area still open in New Hampshire.

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Wildcat Mountain is home to New Hampshire’s most powerful quad summit chair lift and is renowned for its high summit elevation over 4,000 feet and greater than 2,100 vertical feet of skiing and riding. Wildcat’s elevation and proximity to Mount Washington contributes greater natural snowfall and a long winter & spring season annually. Wildcat Mountain has consistently been rated #1 scenery by readers of SKI Magazine. For further information, please visit http://www.skiwildcat.com or call 1-888-SKI WILD.

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