Top 8 New Hampshire Ski Resorts Map and Mountain Statistics
New Hampshire’s motto, “live free or die” is fitting for an area that offers so much beauty and wilderness including 1,300 lakes and 40 rivers. The highest point is Mount Washington at 6,288ft but there are several mountain ranges throughout the state including the popular White Mountains that offer breathtaking scenery. With such an abundance of nature there are plenty of seasonal activities to enjoy including skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, motor sports, hiking and biking. A variety of lodging accommodations are available depending on your needs and budget and range from remote cabins rentals, slope-side condo or chalet rentals to large vacation homes complete with an array of amenities.
New Hampshire has quite a few ski resorts scattered throughout the state. The majority of the top ski resorts are located in the White Mountains. This area receives plenty of snow –200 inches annually. A variety of terrain and trails is offered at these resorts including backcountry skiing, technical glade skiing and multiple terrain parks. Mount Sunapee located in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee area offers 5 progressive terrain parks as well as tree skiing. Pats Peak in the Merrimack Valley features 7 gladed areas and 3 terrain parks. A few resorts offer mountainside lodging such as condo or chalet rentals. Alternatively you can stay within miles of the ski area and enjoy all of the comforts of home in your own cabin or house rental from Owner Direct Vacation Rentals.