Ragged Mountain is a ski and golf resort located on the northern side of Ragged Mountain in Danbury, New Hampshire.
Located just 90 minutes from Boston
, Ragged Mountain Resort has New Hampshire's only high-speed six pack chairlift, you can ski and ride on two mountain peaks. 50 trails include 11 glades, 3 terrain parks, and miles of groomed terrain. Of the 50 trails, 30% are novice, 40% are intermediate and 30% are expert.
In the spring, summer and fall, play golf on our 18-hole, par-72 challenging course. Accommodations and lodging are unsurpassed and range from spacious vacation rentals and condo rentals to mountain side chalet rentals.
The mountain has a vertical drop of 1,250 feet (380 m) spread across 200 acres (81 ha), which provides challenging terrain, including glade skiing.
An unusual feature for a mountain this size is its Out of Bounds (OOB) skiing. Ragged also features three terrain parks. Wild Side terrain park is over 0.5 miles (0.80 km) long and offers challenging obstacles, jumps, and rails. Those looking for something different can wander off the beaten path to explore "Wild Woods," featuring cliff drops, log slides, and a quarter pipe. Ragged also offers a new beginner park, "Wanna Be Wild," located adjacent to the Barnyard Triple.
The Ragged Mountain Golf Course
is less than an hour from Manchester, NH, and around 30 minutes from the Upper Valley. The beautiful 18-hole course attracts golfers for its challenging terrain and views so spectacular it is hard to keep your eye on the ball. The area boasts many wonderful accommodation, vacation rental and condo rental options.
is located in Merrimack County and was formed in 1793. The town was originally named after Danbury, England, the site of an eleventh century Danish camp. The town of Danbury is located amidst an array of several more expansive areas with a variety of amenities including charming accommodations, vacation rentals and chalet rentals. Danbury has two large lakes; Newfound Lake which boasts an idyllic setting for more tranquil water activities; and farther north, Lake Winnipesaukee which provides a bustling shoreline.
This is a popular summer destination with endless vacation rental and accommodation choices.
For hiking there is the famous Ruggles Mine
, a 200 year old mine with giant rooms and tunnels with arched ceilings for you to explore at your leisure.
For a cultural fix, Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum
offers both an educational and cultural experience through 20,000 years of American Indian history with over 1,000 artifacts on display.