The Danbury, N.H., resort of Ragged Mountain has a series of daily deals that change through the week.
Monday is Ladies Day, with $29 lift tickets for the ladies.
Tuesday is Twofer Day, with two tickets for the price of one.
Wednesday is Carload Day, with up to eight passengers for $99.
Thursday in Seniors Day, when people 55 and over pay $29 for a lift ticket.
Friday is Fry Day, with free wings in the base lodge from 4 to 5 p.m.
Sunday is New Hampshire Afternoon, when Granite State residents pay $25 for a half-day lift ticket.
Ragged has a To-the-Top Learn to Ski and Ride Program that aims to get newcomers skiing and riding by their third lesson, or sooner. The resort has created an experience for beginners that includes top of the mountain views, lunch at the mid-mountain restaurant, and the thrill of making it from top to bottom.
The To-the-Top Program is created for those learning to ski or ride over the age of 13. One lesson is $59 and a package of three lessons is $159. Both options include lift ticket, rentals, and a two-hour lesson. At the completion of the third lesson discounts on season passes will be made available or Ragged Mountain will provide you with a free one-day lift ticket. Lesson times are 9:45 a.m., noon, and 1 p.m.
Ragged has 45 trails on 220 acres of terrain, a vertical drop of 1,250 feet, and five lifts including a high-speed summit six-pack, two triples, a double, and a surface lift.
The resort has three terrain parks: Wild Side, Wild Woods, and Wild Ride, plus a new Learn to Slide Park.
Ragged has 84 percent snowmaking coverage.