News from New Hampshire

Check out all the latest happenings at New Hampshire ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to New Hampshire weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on New Hampshire ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see New Hampshire coverage from the entire ski season.

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  • Whither The Weather? Straight Forecasts From The Horses' Mouths

    Skiers might be forgiven a sense of foreboding as they learn the Alpine World Cup slalom races in Levi, Finland, scheduled for the second weekend in November, have been canceled because of poor snow conditions and unfavorable forecasts. Full Article

    7th November 2007

  • Snow Guns Are Firing Across New England

    Bretton Woods reports a foot of manmade snow at Top o' Quad Restaurant. Full Article

    30th October 2007

  • Mount Sunapee Sues State Of New Hampshire

    Gov. John Lynch refuses to submit expansion plans to the Executive Council. Full Article

    23rd October 2007

  • Mount Sunapee Goes Green

    Sunapee will begin using biodiesel in its vehicles and for heating buildings. Full Article

    16th October 2007

  • It's Riders, Guns, And Cats At Waterville

    Look for additions, upgrades, and replacements at Waterville Valley this season. Full Article

    2nd October 2007

  • Booth Creek Sells Loon Management Contract

    The company that manages Loon Mountain has changed, but the Threedom Pass remains. Full Article

    19th September 2007

  • New Park, More Guns At Mount Sunapee

    Big news from Mount Sunapee: Snowmaking on Eastside Trail and 18 new tower guns on the lower mountain. Full Article

    11th September 2007

  • Boyd's Bold Promise For Attitash

    Peak Resorts' president predicts Illusion will be the first fully open run in the Northeast. Full Article

    1st September 2007

  • South Peak Work Under Way At Loon

    South Peak's long-planned expansion is finally under way at Loon Mountain. Full Article

    26th August 2007

  • Spring Splash at Loon

    Loon's annual rite of spring, the Slush Pool Party, will be held on April 7th at the Octagon base area. Full Article

    27th March 2007

  • NH Celebrates Spring – Silliness and Savings

    All over New Hampshire spring is ushered in with wacky antics and some good deals for skiers and riders looking to take advantage of the latest snowfall, super conditions and more hours of daylight. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Cardboard is King at Loon

    Heralding the arrival of spring, cardboard, tape and glue come out in full force for Loon Mountain's Annual Cardboard Box Derby on March 25th. Kids and wannabe kids (aka the young at heart) show off their creative and engineering skills as they construct and race sleds of all shapes and sizes. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Dartmouth Prevails at Attitash

    Despite frigid temperatures and high winds the NCAA Alpine Championships, hosted by the University of New Hampshire, were held last week at Attitash in Bartlett. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • Crash Test Dummies Turn 10 at Cannon

    Saturday, March 10th will see the 10th running of the Crash Test Dummy race at Cannon Mountain. In what has become a big spectator sport, participants build sleds "driven" by inanimate dummies which race head to head in single elimination competition. Full Article

    4th March 2007

  • Ragged Gets a Reprieve

    Ragged Mountain was granted an eleventh hour reprieve from a foreclosure auction scheduled for March 1. The area defaulted on a $4.75 million dollar loan from Endeavor Financial Services which was due in January. Full Article

    4th March 2007

  • Meister Cup Brings Nostalgia to Cranmore

    The Hannes Schneider Meister Cup Race returns to Cranmore on March 10. This fundraiser for the New England Ski Museum honors Hannes Schneider, known as the father of modern ski instruction who came to North Conway from Austria in 1939 and used the latest in teaching techniques to introduce the sport of skiing to a generation of Americans. Full Article

    26th February 2007

  • 100K in a Day at Wildcat

    Can you ski 100,000 vertical feet in one day? You can find out if you take the Challenge at Wildcat Mountain on March 5th. The 4th Annual 100K Day will be held that day to raise money for the Make A Wish Foundation. Forty pre-registered participants will ski the Lynx trail (these skiers and riders will have the trail to themselves) to meet the Challenge. Full Article

    26th February 2007

  • New Hampshire is Heaven After Valentines Day

    Last week's big storm left all New Hampshire areas blanketed in powder with accumulations ranging from a high of two and a half feet from Wilderness in Dixville Notch down to Franconia Notch's Cannon Mountain. Full Article

    20th February 2007

  • Attitash and Mt. Snow Sold to Peak Resorts

    Peak Resorts, headquartered in Wildwood, Missouri, has just announced plans to purchase Attitash Mountain in New Hampshire and Mt. Snow in Vermont from American Skiing Company for $73.5 million. Full Article

    16th February 2007

  • Get the Presidential Treatment at Attitash

    With the President's Week vacation beginning this weekend Attitash has lined up a full spectrum of activities and events to challenge and entertain every interest in the family. The Bartlett, NH area plans to have 48 trails open for skiing and riding. Full Article

    13th February 2007

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