Mount Sunapee is New Hampshire's most southern ski resort and is located in Newbury about 100 miles north west of Boston. The 1,510 foot vertical drop is reportedly the highest in southern New Hampshire. The resort offers 3 dedicated mogul runs, 9 glade runs, 4 terrain parks and 97% of the non-gladed trails are serviced by snowmaking. Some trails have pristine views of Lake Sunapee. The South Peak Learning Area is a self contained mountain with 14 trails and slopes designed specifically for teaching both adults and children how to ski and snowboard. Mount Sunapee has three lodges - the Spruce Lodge, the Base Lodge and the Summit Lodge. The resort is home to the Mount Sunapee Slush Cup, an annual spring event where participants attempt to ski or snowboard across a 90 foot man made pond. There is a selection of lodging properties in the immediate Mount Sunapee region.
Closest Town: Newbury, New Hampshire
|Vertical Rise||1510 ft|
|Base Elevation||1230 ft|
|Summit Elevation||2743 ft|
|Annual Snowfall||100 inches|
|Number of Trails||66|
|Longest Run||2 miles / 3.2 km|
|Number of Lifts||11|
|High Speed Six Chairs||0|
|High Speed Quad Chairs||2|
|Season 2018||Opened 11/22/17|
|Season 2017||12/06/16 to 04/09/17 (125 days)|
|Season 2016||11/26/15 to 03/27/16 (123 days)|
|Season 2015||11/14/14 to 04/18/15 (156 days)|
|Season 2014||11/28/13 to 04/12/14 (136 days)|
|Season 2013||11/30/12 to 04/13/13 (135 days)|
Sunapee Resort Features
|Cross Country Skiing|
|3 terrain parks|
Snow Reports and conditions for Mount Sunapee.
Season Started: 11/22/17
Pricing last updated 11/13/17
Multi day discounts available
Price lows reflect mid-week/non-holiday rates.
Note: Pricing above is subject to change and is based on resort ticket window prices published on resorts website. Use for reference only.
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