Cranmore Mountain in North Conway, N.H. continues to make major investments in the resort with the addition of new activities, base lodge renovations, snowmaking and grooming improvements for the 2011/2012 winter season. And that means more fun for all ages.
Cranmore has announced it will continue to operate several of its popular outdoor activities through the winter season, including the new Giant Swing, which opened in July. Other summer park activities like the bungy trampoline, Spider Climb and, slide and bouncy houses will be relocated to the new indoor activity center, operating on weekends and holidays. In addition to skiing and riding, the Giant Swing, snow tubing, mountain coaster and new activities center will offer visitors to North Conway the greatest diversity of family activities in the region.
Cranmore's Mountain coaster. Photo by Rob Bossi. Courtesy of Cranmore Mountain Resort.
Don't worry downhill fans, Cranmore hasn't forgotten about you. In fact, they've made considerable investments in snowmaking, with 40 new high-effciency tower guns, and grooming, thanks to a new Prinoth Bisond groomer. And if you like to visit the gym on a ski vacation, then this next bit is just for you. Cranmore has invested nearly $50,000 in new cardio equipment and is relocating and expanding their health club, now known as Cranmore Fitness.
Bounce to your heart's content every weekend. Photo Courtesy of Cranmore Mountain Resort.
With so much to enjoy, guests are going to wish there were more usable hours in the day. Cranmore has a solution—starting this year Cranmore will offer the longest day ticket in the Mt. Washington Valley. Enjoy the mountain until 6 p.m. on weekends and holidays from Christmas week until mid-March. That's 9.5 hours of skiing or riding at no additional cost.
Get the nitty gritty on all the new offerings at Cranmore Mountain Resort by clicking here, or call 800-SUN-N-SKI.