Mount Sunapee Ski Area
Newbury, New Hampshire
|The Mount Sunapee Resort and Ski Area is the largest ski resort in the Dartmouth – Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire and the second busiest ski resort in the state. Mt. Sunapee Resort offers an Adventure Park and downhill skiing and snowboarding during winter months. During summer months Mount Sunapee offers zip-line tours, an aerial challenge course, Segway tours, climbing walls, a gravity jump, disc golf, miniature golf and chairlift rides and hosts special events. Please share your Mount Sunapee Resort reviews and comments.
Mt. Sunapee Ski Area
Mount Sunapee features 65 trails, 11 lifts (3 quad chairs including one high-speed detachable quad, 2 triple chairs, 1 double chair, 4 surface lifts) and 230 total acres of skiable terrain. Mount Sunapee Resort is conveniently located in southern New Hampshire and is a close proximity to interstates I-89 and I-91. Mount Sunapee has a summit elevation of 2,743 feet and a vertical drop of 1,510 feet – the highest in southern New Hampshire. Snowboarders Report: Mount Sunapee has a HUGE Super Pipe measuring 650 feet long with 18 foot walls and is 50 feet vert-to-vert. The new Zaugg Super Pipe Groomer ensures that the Super Pipe will be groomed and cut to perfection! The Terrain Park at Mount Sunapee offers quality features for beginner, intermediate and expert skiers and snowboarders with a combination of tabletops, hips, rails, fun-boxes and rollers. Ski and Snowboard rentals and lessons available.
Getting There: Mount Sunapee Ski Area is located about 100 miles from Downtown Boston, and 130 miles from Hartford CT. Take I-93 north to I-89 north (at Concord). Follow I-89 north to exit 9 (Route 103), then Route 103 west 16 miles to Mount Sunapee. Mount Sunapee is located on the left just after the town of Newbury. From I-91, take Exit 8 (in VT), to Route 103 East through Claremont and Newport, NH.
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