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Ski North Conway, New Hampshire

By Kathy Bennett
for the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

What ski areas are in North Conway? Where can I ski in North Conway? Why was North Conway voted the best ski town in North America? These are the questions skiers are searching for online and we’re glad to share the good news – North Conway is the place to go with plenty of ski deals, ski shops, ski condo rentals, ski packages and more!

First, a bit of clarification. The Mt Washington Chamber of Commerce represents dozens of towns in and around the greater Mt Washington Valley region including northern Carroll County and western Maine, with North Conway at its heart. But thanks to our strong reputation with North Conway recently voted the best ski town in North America, some people refer to the region as just “North Conway.” That’s OK – but let me share with you my week on skis so you can see how much further the skiing extends.

Wednesday, I took part in Mountain Meisters at Cranmore Mountain which is, indeed, in North Conway proper. Mountain Meisters is the country’s largest recreational ski race league. Every Wednesday, literally hundreds of skiers take to the NASTAR course and take timed turns. Meisters are known for being great apres skiers as well. Many locals either arrange their schedule to take Wednesdays off, while others take their runs on their lunch break (as I did). That my friends is the benefit of living and working in a ski town. Don’t live here? No worries. You can be part of the Meister scene in Zip’s Pub. It would be inaccurate to say it’s apres ski because the party is all day, indoors and out. As the days get longer and warmer, many take to the back deck to sun worship. Learn firsthand why Cranmore is known as “Tanmore.”

The glades were open at Cranmore this week!

Are skinny skis more your style? North Conway is also known for its xc ski centers. The biggest in North America is
Jackson Ski Touring just north of North Conway. My husband and I stopped at the Old Village Bakery in North Conway Village and loaded our backpack with snacks, then went to the Touring Center to wax our skis. As it was a cold and fast kind of day, we applied Klister with a coating of hard wax over it. It did the trick with just the right combination of kick and glide. Jackson has a full-service ski shop in its lodge – stop by Gorham Bike & Ski and ask for advice on waxing. We took to the Ellis River Trail to the Coco Cabin where we enjoyed our baked goods by the outdoor fire pit. Perfect!

The Coco Cabin
Ever dream of skiing through a covered bridge?

As an outdoor fresh air junkie,  I wasn’t satisfied with a few hours cross country skiing, so I tried night skiing at
King Pine Purity Springs Resort once the sun set. My 21-year-old got out of work at 4:30pm so we were able to spend a few hours of quality time on the slopes together. Night skiing at King Pine is very economical, only $29 to ski ‘til 9pm. Grab a rental for only $25 and you can get your gear and a ticket for less than the cost of a lift ticket alone. Such a deal!

Sunday was a day for alpine skiing. Another way to ski North Conway is to go to Bartlett, NH and ski Attitash. Attitash has two peaks and a slopeside hotel.  I got a great deal on lift tickets with a 40% discount when I bought online in advance. Check out their site for what specials they have online now. Remember that their tickets are interchangeable with Wildcat. Ski conditions have held up nicely after snow started accumulating here in October!

So if you are making plans for your February ski vacation, remember that there is more to North Conway skiing than North Conway! From Madison to Jackson, from Bretton Woods to Conway, we have dozens of ski areas to keep you busy all winter long! Look for your North Conway snow reports at SkiNorthConwayNH.com and ski and stay packages at MtWashingtonValley.org



Arts Jubilee presents The Highwaymen Live—a musical tribute to the country music super group made up of Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Waylon Jennings—outdoors at Cranmore Mountain this Thursday, August 3rd at 7 pm.

Perhaps the greatest country music super group in history, The Highwaymen traveled the world performing to millions of fans. Concertgoers will watch in amazement as each song, one hit after another, is sung just as if they were seeing the original band perform. This country music tribute show is full of upbeat, honky-tonk hits like Ring of Fire, Dukes of Hazard, and On the Road Again. Relive the glory days when county music was made by Good Men, Country Men, the Highwaymen. The Riley Parkhurst Project—voted ‘Best of the Mount Washington Valley’ in 2017—will be performing the opening concert at 6 pm.

Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $5 for students, and free for kids 12 and under. Tickets are available at the gate (we accept cash, Visa, and Mastercard). Please note that there is no seating provided at the venue, but attendees are welcome to bring blankets or set up lawn chairs. There is plenty of free, convenient parking on site. Food and beverages are available on the Zips Pub deck. Arts Jubilee requests that our audience comply with the following Cranmore policy: Dogs, with the exception of leashed service dogs, are not allowed on the property. The concerts are ‘rain or shine’ events, so we advise concertgoers to come prepared as they would for any outdoor events. Cranmore Mountain is located at 239 Skimobile Road in North Conway, NH. For more information.

Cranmore Scores with Weekly Knockerball this Summer

MEDIA CONTACT: Rebecca Deschenes

NORTH CONWAY, NH – Knockerball North Conway will be making its Cranmore debut this July on Tuesdays and Fridays throughout the summer. The “Grand Opening” will be part of Cranmore’s Americana Celebration on Tuesday, July 4th.

Organized “KnockerSoccer” games will take place in an 80ft by 40ft inflatable arena at the base of Cranmore’s North Slope. Open to guests 48” and up, 3 rounds of 4 minute games are played with up to 30 players during each time slot. Games start every half hour starting at 10am until 4:30pm. A variety of organized games can be played based on the number, size and age of participants.

A Knockerball is an inflatable ball with inner handles and adjustable shoulder straps, which is worn like a backpack. The ball is designed with multiple sheets of a higher grade durable TPU plastic and tension cups and cords, which allows participants to knock each other around without feeling trauma from the blow. Knockerball or “bubble soccer” has been gaining traction in Europe, Australia, Japan and elsewhere.

“We introduced KnockerBall to the Mount Washington Valley last summer and have seen a huge increase in popularity of the game.” said Matthew Milliken of KnockerBall, North Conway. “We guarantee a great time, and games normally break down into absolute laughter- it’s hysterical to watch and play.” he continued.

“We continue to seek ways to enhance our summer events and are excited to offer this unique and fun game as an ongoing piece of our events calendar.” said Cranmore President and GM, Ben Wilcox.

KnockerBall is valid with the purchase of a $13 Cranmore single ride ticket, or $65 6-pack of transferable tickets. A $10 upgrade can be purchased as an add-on to a Mountain Adventure Park, Aerial Adventure Park, Combo ticket or Summer Season Pass. Tickets can be purchased at Cranmore’s Ticket Office. Games are supervised and monitored at all times by trained staff to ensure safety of participants. Closed toed shoes are required. Games may be suspended due to heavy rain, high winds and thunder and lightning. For more information, visit http://www.knockerballnorthconway.com/.


Cranmore Mountain Race

Compete in the Cranmore Mountain Race, one of the oldest races in the USATF-NE Mountain Circuit, in iconic North Conway on Saturday, June 3rd and Sunday, June 4th. The course, situated on Cranmore Mountain’s 170 acres, 2000 foot elevation, and 1200 feet of vertical rise from the base, is a traditional “up & down” loop. Each “lap” in this race is approximately 5 kilometers and the USATF Mountain Running Championship race is two laps equaling approximately 10 kilometers in distance. Participants start at the base of the mountain and race up to the summit before racing back down to the base.

Schedule of Events

  • Friday, June 2nd from 3-6pm: Optional Early Bib Pick-Up
    Tuckerman Brewing Company, 66 Hobbs Street, Conway
  • Saturday, June 3rd: USATF Mountain Running Championship

    7:30 AM: 1-Lap Race (non-USATF Championship)* [does not count toward the USATF-NE Mountain Circuit]

    8:45 AM: USATF Mountain Running Championship & CRA Mountain Running Championship* (Men)

    10:30 AM: USATF Mountain Running Championship & CRA Mountain Running Championship* (Women)

  • Sunday, June 4th at 11am: Hair of the Dog Hillclimb
    This is a new event consisting of a mass start ascent only race. The race will start at the base and finish at the Meister Hut on the summit of Cranmore Mountain. Enjoy the race and a rowdy crowd of revelers awaiting you at the finish line with beverages and lunch items for purchase, as well as raffles and a chairlift ride back to the base of the mountain.

Day of event entry is available for this race, but interested participants may also register online prior to the event. Pre-registration (3/2-6/1) costs $45 per person and event day registration costs $55 per person or $45 per person for the 1-lap race. To pre-register, visit http://www.acidoticracing.com/cranmore-mountain-race/#.WS7cBWjyvIW.


Cranmore Mountain Race/US Champs Course Preview with Mika the Husky Pup

Spring Splash at Cranmore Mountain

Cranmore Mountain welcomes you to celebrate the end of the 2016-2017 ski season at their Spring Splash on Saturday, March 25th. The annual event opens the competition to participants of all ages and ability levels to compete for prizes and bragging rights. Cranmore welcomes you to challenge yourself by attempting to make a clean skim across their man-made pool at the base of the North Slope! Contestants will be judged on their costumes and the splash (or lack thereof) created. Live music from White Steer will be playing on Zip’s new deck.

Registration for the event begins on 9am at the day of the event and runs until 11:30am, with the event starting at 12pm. To register, visit Zip’s Deck at Cranmore. Please note: registration is limited to 100 participants.

Judging Criteria & Awards:

  • Best Skim
  • Best Splash
  • Best Costume


  • 13 & Under
  • 14 & Older


  • Open to skiers and snowboarders only
  • No ski poles permitted
  • Only open to paid guests of the day (lift ticke / season pass)
  • All valuables must be removed before run

For more information, visit www.cranmore.com or call Cranmore Resort at 1-800-SKI-N-RIDE. 

Hope on the Slopes at Cranmore Mountain

Cranmore Mountain welcomes you to participate in the 40th annual Race to Beat Cancer that will take place on Sunday, February 12th. Skiers and snowboarders can participate in the race for a minimum contribution of $80, or $50 for those 17 and younger. This contribution includes a full-day lift ticket, organic, locally-sourced pizza courtesy of Flatbread Company, and an awards ceremony. Participants are encouraged to collect donations from their friends, family and colleagues in addition to their own contribution to go towards this considerable cause.


Registration starts at 8:30am at the Main Base Lodge and the race begins at 10:00am. For more information, please contact Cranmore Mountain at 1-800-SUN-N-SKI or visit their website at www.cranmore.com.

‘Tis The Season for Cranapalooza at Cranmore Mountain


Cranapalooza, Cranmore’s signature winter event, returns January 7th for the season! Enjoy everything Cranapalooza has to offer – from DJ dance parties with C-more the Penguin, live music, outdoor entertainment, family activities, fireworks on special nights, and more!

Cranapalooza takes place every Saturday night from January 7th through March 11th, with bonus days during holiday and vacation weeks. Special nights for fireworks include December 31st, January 14th, February 18th and March 11th.

For more information, visit Cranmore Mountain Resort’s website at www.cranmore.com or call 1-800-SUN-N-SKI. You can find the page for this event here.

Cranapalooza is one of the many events and adventures in the Mt. Washington Valley for winter fun! To plan your winter adventure in the Valley, please contact Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce Visitor Services by calling 800-367-3364. We hope to see you soon!

The Ghoullog Returns for 10 Years of Fear at Cranmore Mountain

Cranmore Mountain’s annual month-long Halloween event, the Ghoullog, is back for a tenth season of haunting. The Ghoullog will begin Saturday, Sept. 24 and run weekend evenings through Nov. 5.

Nightly haunts will operate from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays and from 7p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays and select Sundays. Doors for the event open at 6:30 p.m. at Cranmore’s Artist Falls Lodge. Ticket prices start at $27 for the Ghoullog and $39 for the Ghoullog Plus.

“I can’t wait to celebrate 10 years of fear this season. We have worked hard to create a premier haunted attraction over the years. We strive to create new and exciting themes and designs for our guests every season. This year is going to be more exciting than you can imagine,” said creator of the Ghoullog, Lance Davis.

To celebrate 10 years of haunting, guests can visit on Nov. 4 for an exclusive 10 Years of Fear Celebration. Taking place at the Artist Falls Lodge, the package includes one trip through the Ghoullog, a “lights on” tour through the haunt with the opportunity to take a closer look at the construction, speak with the actors and enjoy a cocktail party immediately following. Each ticket also includes two complimentary drink tickets, heavy hors d’oeuvres, a Q&A session with the creators of the Ghoullog and a 10th anniversary t-shirt. Tickets for the event are $125 and must be pre-purchased by October 17th, online at theghoullog.com, at Cranmore’s ticket office or by calling 1-800-SUN-N-SKI. Tickets will not be available at the door. A limited number of 150 tickets will be available.

“With this event, we want to give Ghoullog fans and haunt enthusiasts a chance to go behind the scenes of the haunt… speak to the actors, myself and colleague, Jim Chichwak, and really let them in on the details and planning that is involved in running a production like the Ghoullog,” Davis continues. “We have never done something like this before and it will truly be a unique event that you don’t want to miss out on. There will also be door prizes, themed cocktails and appetizers, special appearances and more.”

More information on the 10 Years of Fear Celebration can be found online at theghoullog.com.

Feeling too fearful to enter the haunt? The Ghoullog’s Haunted Playground features a one-of-a-kind experience with nighttime rides on the Mountain Coaster, Giant Swing and Soaring Eagle Zip Line.

The Mountain Coaster is a two person, self controlled sled, which brings riders on a 3,600 foot round-trip ride up and down the mountain on a steel track reaching speeds up to 25 miles per hour on the descent. The Soaring Eagle Zip Line fleshes out the Haunted Playground, letting visitors fly 750 feet up and back down the mountain on a seated zip line; the Giant Swing offers up to four people a breathtaking sky ride in the darkness.

Back for 2016 is the Broken Skull Pub, located at the Artist Falls Lodge. The fully-licensed lounge will be offer an array of draft beer, including Angry Orchard Cider, favorite mixed drinks and favorites from the grill before and after scares. The Broken Skull Pub is open nightly during the Ghoullog and begins serving at 6:30pm.

On Tuesday, Oct. 25, local residents can visit the Ghoullog for just $19 per person. Guests must show proof of residency in Carroll, Coos or Oxford county.

For the final evening of the event, Nov. 5, all lights will be turned off for Ghoullog: Lights Out! Each group will be given a single glow stick to navigate their way through the haunt.

An all-inclusive, Ghoullog Plus package is available, which includes a trip through the Ghoullog and unlimited rides in the Haunted Playground.

From Sept. 24 through Saturday, Oct. 1, plus Friday nights through Nov. 4 and Thursday, Oct. 25, Ghoullog tickets are $27 and Ghoullog Plus tickets are $39. Saturday nights from Oct. 8 through Nov. 5, plus Sunday, Oct. 9, Ghoullog tickets are $32 and Ghoullog Plus tickets are $44. The Ghoullog is recommended for those 10 and over. All ages are welcome for the Haunted Playground.

Tickets for unlimited rides in the Haunted Playground are $19 for guests under 54 inches and $25 for those over that height. Age, height and weight restrictions apply and can be viewed online at Cranmore.com.

Discounted rates are available for groups larger than 15, when reserved 48 hours in advance. For group information, please call 603-356-5544 ext. 323.

Advanced reservations for the Ghoullog are highly recommended and can be made online at http://www.theghoullog.com or by calling the ticket office at 603-356-5544.

Cranmore to Host Memorial for Jimmy Mersereau on December 23, 2015

On Wednesday, December 23rd, Cranmore Mountain will host a memorial ceremony in honor of former Operations Director, Jimmy Mersereau on the 6th anniversary of his passing. Guests are invited to Zip’s Pub at 7:30am for a short ceremony, followed by a continental breakfast.

In 2011, a memorial plaque was constructed for Mersereau near the end of Jimmy’s Run, a trail designed by, and named for him. The memorial honors his 40 years of dedication and love of Cranmore. Jimmy had worked at Cranmore Mountain, his home away from home, since 1971 and was responsible for many aspects of resort operations. He was a legend in the ski industry and a leader in environmental practices.

For more information, call 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.

Different Ways to Get Up and Down the Mountain

Mt. Washington Valley, NH offers families, adventure seekers and those who love the outdoors a is a winter wonderland and the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors in the winter. . Whether you’re a skier or boarder taking advantage for the Valley’s seven ski resorts or a XC skier or snowshoer visiting the six XC Centers, the Mt Washington Valley offers skiing adventure for all levels. However, if you’re not a skier, there’s still plenty of of exciting ways to get up and down all of the mountains throughout the White Mountain National Forest, making your winter vacation a one-stop-shop for all things family fun.

Named among the top ski towns worldwide by National Geographic, many of the ski resort also offer winter activities outside of skiing and riding

Cranmore Mountain and King Pine Ski Area both offer tubing parks to encouraging flying down the mountains with ease. The Cranmore Tubing Park was rated the number one tubing park in New Hampshire. It has 10 lanes and is served by both a magic-carpet style surface lift and a handle-tow lift. In addition to tubing, Cranmore’s Adventure Park also offers  a Soaring Eagle Zipline, a Mountain Coaster which, which coasts up to 25mph, down thousands of feet of twisting, turning fun through the woods! You control your speed so you may take a leisurely ride or get your adventure at high speeds. Cranmore even has a Giant Swing, which arcs higher and higher as you and your friend delight in the thrills.

King Pine offers a full lift serviced tubing park and a Friday night snow-tubing promotion, where you can save $10 on a tubing park pass. Plus, show your lift ticket at King Pine and enjoy skating in their enclosed rink

Great Glen Trails not only offers fantastic cross-country skiing, but also a family tubing hill too. Plus, their SnowCoach takes you on an eight mile trek up Mount Washington on the Mount Washington Auto Road for one of the only winter sightseeing experiences available in New England. Enjoy your ride with charismatic drivers and wonderful photo opportunities. You also have the option to be dropped off at certain mile-marks on the Auto Road and ski your way down.

There are so many more winter activities that take you to higher elevations and parts unknown throughout the Mt. Washington Valley. Rent snowmobiles for the day and enjoy a tour over the rive sand through the woods. The valley is home to many friendly rental retailers and guide services, such as Northern Extremes, Northeast Snowmobile, Let’s Ride Rentals and Town and Country. Ride over 600 miles of trails throughout the White Mountains, experiencing everything from mountain passes to rolling fields and incredible views.

Speaking of incredible views, take in the thrill of 360-degree views of all the peaks while zipping down the mountain on a Canopy Tour. Offered at Bretton Woods, this tour features a three-hour ride from 10 treetop zip lines; one of the longest zip line canopy tours in New England. The resort also offers a Zip and Ski Package, which includes a Canopy Tour and lift ticket for $99.

Snowshoeing is also a popular winter activity in Mt Washington Valley. Purity Spring XC and Snowshoe Reserve, Great Glen Trails, Jackson Ski Touring Foundation, Bretton Woods, Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring Foundation and Bear Notch Ski Touring Center all offer snowshoe rentals and many offer snowshoeing adventures as well. Imagine trekking through the woods on your own or with friends or partake in a guided tour offered by many of these resorts. Jackson Ski Touring Foundation offers group tours and Great Glen Trails is excited to bring you and a group on a moon-lit snowshoeing tour on scheduled evenings. Bretton Woods even offers lift-serviced access to higher elevation to snowshoers who purchase the High-Country Trail Pass.

Access information on all of Mt Washington Valley’s winter adventure at www.Mtwashingtonvalley.org. See you on the trails.

Sizzling Summer Deals at Cranmore Mountain



Cranmore E-News
Cranmore Mountain Resort offers many ways to save this summer with deals for all day play. With summer season passes, online savings and combo packages, families can save in both the Mountain Adventure and Aerial Adventure Parks.
The All Parks Pass offers the best value for families of all ages and sizes, looking for a day’s worth of adventure. The All Park Pass includes unlimited access to the Mountain Adventure Park and up to 2 hours in the Aerial Adventure Park, up to a 25% savings.   
The summer season pass offers holders unlimited access to the Mountain Adventure Park and Aerial Adventure Park for only $99. The Mountain Adventure Park includes the Mountain Coaster, Giant Swing, Soaring Eagle Zip Line, Bouncy Houses, the all new Climbing Wall, Summer Tubing, Scenic Chairlift rides and more. The Aerial Adventure Park is an aerial forest ropes course consisting of 5 individual, elevated
courses for different ability levels, consisting of dozens of challenging elements including zip lines, cargo nets, bridges and an array of features.
Reservations for the Aerial Adventure course must be made in advanced and are subject to availability. Aerial Adventure includes up
to 2 hours in the course and includes a mandatory 30 minute Ground School session at the beginning. 
New for 2014, guests who purchase their All Parks Pass or Mountain
Adventure Park tickets after 3pm can spend the next day for free. For the All Parks Pass, next day reservations are required for the Aerial
Adventure Park. 
The Last Blast
Ticket offers discounted rates for the last two hours of operation for the Mountain Adventure Park and the last hour of operation for the Aerial
Adventure Course. 
Guests can save $5
off each ticket when purchased online, 24 hours in advance. E-Coupons are frequently added to
http://www.cranmore.com, and when downloaded by midnight the night before, offer additional savings for both the Aerial and Mountain Adventure
The Summer Mountain
Adventure Park Season Pass, along with all other tickets can be purchased online by visiting http://www.cranmore.com , by visiting the Ticket Office during
operating hours or by calling 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.
The Mountain Adventure Park opens weekends starting May 17th and Aerial Adventure, May 25th through June 8th from
10am-5pm (10am-4pm on May 17-18); daily from June 14th through September 1st from 10am-6pm; then weekends only though Columbus Day, October 13th from
10am-5pm. Scenic Chairlift rides begin Saturday, June 21st.
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. For more information on Cranmore
Mountain and the latest news of special events, visit
http://www.cranmore.com or call 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.


January Events at Cranmmore!

Cranmore Offers Events for the Whole Family this January

Cranmore Offers $9 Lift Tickets for Ticket Rollback Day

North Conway, NH – Start your New Year off right and spend it at Cranmore with events the whole family will enjoy.  With nearly $9 million in ongoing improvements since 2010, a four season Mountain Adventure Park, and great skiing and riding, it’s no wonder Cranmore is North Conway’s Playground.

Every Saturday through the month of January, join Cranmore for the signature Cranapalooza event.  Starting at 2pm through 6pm, enjoy s’mores making in Schneider Square, visit with Cranmore’s penguin mascot, C-More as he makes his rounds around the resort, and then head to the Artist Falls Lodge for face painting, family entertainment in the new C-More’s Theater, gem mining and more.  Fireworks are offered at 6:30pm off of the South Slope on select nights (January 18, February 15, February 22 & March 8).  Follow above links for high resolution photos.

For one day only, Cranmore will roll back lift ticket prices to just $9 for all ages for Ticket Rollback Day on Friday, January 10th.  Tickets can be purchased online in advance at Cranmore.com or at the ticket office.

This winter, Cranmore is teaming up with local non-profits to bring a weekend of goodwill featuring Cranmore Cares Day, SkiPND Day and the Great Penguin Race.  On Saturday, January 11th, learn more about local non-profits and charities as they’ll be on property from 11am-2pm for Cranmore Cares.  On January 11th, all s’mores and mining sales generated from Cranapalooza will benefit attending local non-profits.

Sunday, January 12th, purchase a rubber penguin and race it down the slope for the Great Penguin Race, where all proceeds benefit the Pediatric Neurotransmitter Disease Association.  Winners will be determined from each heat, and then compete against each other in the finals.  A prize will be awarded to the winning penguin.  Penguins will be available for purchase at registration located on the 3rd floor of Skimobile Station, from 9am 11:30am.  The race will be held on the base of the North Slope at noon.  Coinciding with the Great Penguin Race, there will be a silent auction generating funds to go directly to the Neurotransmitter Disease Association on the third floor of Skimobile Station.  High resolution photo available here.

On January 18th, meet a team of Cranmore Ambassadors at the base of the Skimobile Express Quad at 10:30amfor a guided mountain tour.  Free to skiers and riders off all ages and abilities, the tour will feature a “backstage pass” to the mountain, including insider tips and fun Cranmore facts from the people that know Cranmore the best.

Freestyle skiers and riders of all ages and abilities are invited to come out on January 25th for the Terrain Park’s,Double Feature Throw Down.  Competitors will lay down their best tricks for a chance at great prizes provided by Shreddy Times, Rossignol, SAGA and Sweet Fleece.  Registration will be located on the 3rd floor of Skimobile Station from 9:30am-11:30am, with the event starting at 1pm in the Double Feature Terrain Park.  A lift ticket or season pass and guardian signature (for participants under the age of 18) is required.  High resolution photo available here.

On January 26th, Cranmore season pass holders are invited to ski first tracks with Cranmore President and General Manager, Ben Wilcox for Ski with the GM.  Season pass holders can meet at the Skimobile Express Quad at 7:30amfor first tracks followed by coffee and pastries at the Meister Hut.  High resolution photo available here.

Ski area operations are Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm, Saturday 8:30am-6pm and Sunday, 8:30am-4pm. The Mountain Adventure Park is open Friday’s from 11am-9pm, Saturday’s 9am-9pm and Sunday’s 9am-4pm.


Cranmore Mountain, North Conway’s Playground, is located only 2.5 hours from the Boston area in the heart of the Mount Washington Valley.  Cranmore has undergone nearly $9 million in renovations since 2010 with new lifts, trails, children’s center, zip line, mountain coaster, enhanced snow making capabilities and more.  For more information on Cranmore Mountain and the latest news of special events, visit www.cranmore.com or call 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.