New Hampshire

Mount Sunapee Ski Resort

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Overview

Mt. Sunapee is southern New Hampshire's biggest mountain.  The ski resort is located in close proximity to Interstates I-89 and I-91. Sunapee is home to 66 trails spread out over 233 acres of skiable terrain and a 2,743 summit elevation. Sunapee averages 100 inches of average annual snowfall, but benefits from snowmaking on 97% of its terrain. Sunapee has been family operated since 1998 by Tim and Diane Mueller and offer a variety of lodging and dining options in the immediate Mount Sunapee region. 

Transportation

The Mount Sunapee region offers New England inns, bed and breakfasts, group lodges, hotels, and condominiums. Four hundred beds exist within the immediate area.

Inside Scoop

Mount Sunapee offers fine dining, shopping, casual pubs, movies, bowling, and plenty of night life. Group and private lessons.Child care, and children's programs are all available, ages 12 months to five years. Three cafeterias, lounge. Ski and snowboard shop, demo center, rental and repair shop, sundries shop, and learning center. Ski patrol, first aid, and a hospital 12 miles away. Ninety-seven percent snowmaking. A host of activities are available within the region.

Plan Your Trip

Mount Sunapee Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

37"
24"
16"
8"
0"
31"
Dec
8"
Jan
31"
Feb
1"
Mar
0"
Apr

Terrain Overview

30%
Beginners Runs
46%
Intermediate Runs
11%
Advanced Runs
13%
Expert Runs
66
Runs in Total
0.8 mi
Longest Run
232 ac
Skiable Terrain
215 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 10

2
High Speed Quads
1
Quad Chairs
2
Triple Chairs
1
Double Chairs
4
Surface Lifts

Elevation

2743'
Summit
1510'
Vertical Drop
1233'
Base

Important Dates

December 03, 20212021/12/03
Projected Opening
April 10, 20222022/04/10
Projected Closing
130
Projected Days Open
130
Days Open Last Year
73
Years Open
100"
Average Snowfall
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