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Attitash Mountain Recreation Area

White Mountain New Hampshire Attraction

Attitash NH
RR302, Bartlett, NH 

Attitash Mountain Resort is located in Bartlett, NH, in the heart of the White Mountains. Annual snowfall is 155″ and the ski season runs generally from early December to mid-April. Attitash has 67 trails with 310 skiable acres across two peaks, Attitash and Bear Peak. In the summer, Attitash operates from mid-June through Columbus Day Weekend. Attitash is home to the longest Alpine Slides in North America, checking in at just over one mile. They also have waterslides, scenic chair rides, horseback riding and other summer activities. The Nor’Easter Mountain Coaster is a year-round, all-weather roller coaster set to the mountainside of Attitash. The ride is 4,300 feet, taking riders up the mountain on a straight line before a 2,880-foot ride down through twists and turns through the forested terrain. Check this ride out on weekends and holidays in the winter or 7 days a week in the summer.

Category: Amusement Park, Skiing
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Review“This is a review for the summer months. I like to come here and go on the scenic chairlift ride. Its slow so make sure you pee first! Anyway, my husband asked me to marry him at the top of bear peak after we got off the chairlift ride. So I really like it here! The alpine slides have been updated since I went last. They are really really dangerous… so much so that it is quite humorous! I think they must have had to change them for safety reasons! I will update after! So, I would recommend getting the full day pass and just doing everything once. They have some water slides and stuff that Ive never done, but thats ok.. It’s on my to-do list for this summer” – Yelp Review

Review “We had a blast this summer at Attitash waterpark/attraction site. Great for all ages. Downhill roller coaster and alpine slide test the limits of even the most daring young person. Scenic chair ride is great for a romantic hour away from it all. The water slides and kiddie water area are great for an escape from the heat. Definitely worth the price.” – Trip Advisor Review

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