Our Backyard…Loon Mountain


2013-14 Mountain Facts

South Peak – Loon’s newest peak opened in 2007, and currently boasts seven trails, two lifts, and nearly 70 acres of skiing and riding.

Accolades – Loon is regularly ranked as one of the top resorts in the East, and the readers of SKI Magazine voted it the most accessible eastern resort in 2012. Loon’s terrrain parks have consistently been recognized as some of the best in the country, winning high honors from FreeskierMagazine and Transworld Snowboardingamong others.

Terrain Parks – Loon Mountain has six terrain parks for all abilities, including two new parks for kids – The Burton Riglet Park and Lil’ Stash. From tots to pros, there are plenty of options for every level of skier and rider.

 – Home to the only Superpipe in New Hampshire, this massive pipe is 425 feet long with 18-foot-high walls.

 – Day and night lift-served tubing is available for ages eight and up on the Little Sister trail. Walk-up tot-tubing is also available.

Ski and Snowboard School – Loon offers guests a variety of snowsports learning programs, including: customizable private lessons (3 hours or all-day), children’s ski camps (ages 3-teen), women-specific programs such as Women’s Peak Performance Camps; telemark clinics; senior programs; season-long programs; and the New England Disabled Sports. Daycare is also available for children 6 weeks and older, and children not yet ready to ski.

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Mountain Facts

Base Elevation:  950 ft.
Summit Elevation:  3,050 ft.
Vertical Drop:  2,100 ft.
Slope Exposure:  Northeast
Number of Trails:  61
Tree Skiing Areas:  8
Snowmaking Acreage:  322
Expert Trails:  20%
Intermediate Trails:  60%
Novice Trails:  20%
Total Miles of Trails:  28 mi.
Longest Trail:  Bear Claw: 2.5 mi.
Skiable Acres:  370
Snowmaking Trail Coverage:  99%
2012-13 Snowfall:  163 inches
Uphill Lift Capacity  15,152 skiers/hr

Hours and Season

Midweek:  9:00a – 4:00p
Weekends/Holidays:  8:00a – 4:00p
Half-Day:  12:00p – 4:00p
Season Open: mid-November
Season Close: mid-April

Frequently Used Numbers

Loon Information:  603-745-8111
800-229-LOON (5666)
Snow Phone:  603-745-8100
Fax:  603-745-8214
Website:  www.loonmtn.com
Email:  info@loonmtn.com