Attitash Bear Peak Ski and Summer Resort

★★★★☆

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Great terrain and scenery. Generally great snow conditions. Of course, it is a bit pricey, but that is true of pretty much all ski areas.

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Great terrain and scenery. Generally great snow conditions. Of course, it is a bit pricey, but that is true of pretty much all ski areas.

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One of our favorite mountains, always so much fun. Some trails are short, but really good terrain. There are actually two peaks and special events like the snowboard expos are great.

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One of our favorite mountains, always so much fun. Some trails are short, but really good terrain. There are actually two peaks and special events like the snowboard expos are great.

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Great ski resort. Have been several times and the trails are good for all levels. Prices are decent. Sure to have a good time!

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Great ski resort. Have been several times and the trails are good for all levels. Prices are decent. Sure to have a good time!

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Attitash Bear Peak boasts 70 trails over two connected mountains, ranging from the child-friendly green slopes to double black diamond rough terrain. Mogul trails are available as well. There are twelve lifts which operate on various schedules. These also range from the 18-foot snow belt which takes beginners up a gentle hill for practice sessions to the Yankee Clipper, a high-speed chairlift which takes riders halfway up the mountain in just a short span of time.

For snowboarders, Attitash Bear Peak boasts New Hampshire's longest superpipe.

The one downside is that there is no night-skiing available. While we were there the slopes closed at 4 PM every day. I really wish they would stay open later, especially when the days start to get longer. I can see closing at 4 in December, but by the end of February it stays light out a fairly long time.

Every time we have been here the conditions have been great. Each evening after the slopes had closed, I could see the grooming machines out taking care of the trails. The staff here makes every effort to keep the trails in top condition! Those times weve been there with temperatures up to a balmy fifty degrees there has been some melting and iciness, however the conditions were primarily packed powder for the majority of our visits.

The staff that worked with the kids were all very friendly, nice and very patient. This was especially a factor for my younger daughter who has a tendency to not pay attention and have meltdowns. However, her experience was completely positive as well. She managed to attach herself quite nicely to one of her coaches while up there a year ago. He remembers her from year to year and weve built up a nice friendship. This year he even took out my very headstrong 4 year old son for a private lesson when he wouldnt stay in the Buddy Bear program.

My children loved learning to ski here. From the Family Fun area to the wooded trails, conditions were top notch.

PROS: great conditions, friendly staff, terrific children's programs
CONS: no night skiing, about an hour and a half off the nearest major interstate

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★★★★☆

Attitash Bear Peak boasts 70 trails over two connected mountains, ranging from the child-friendly green slopes to double black diamond rough terrain. Mogul trails are available as well. There are twelve lifts which operate on various schedules. These also range from the 18-foot snow belt which takes beginners up a gentle hill for practice sessions to the Yankee Clipper, a high-speed chairlift which takes riders halfway up the mountain in just a short span of time.

For snowboarders, Attitash Bear Peak boasts New Hampshire's longest superpipe.

The one downside is that there is no night-skiing available. While we were there the slopes closed at 4 PM every day. I really wish they would stay open later, especially when the days start to get longer. I can see closing at 4 in December, but by the end of February it stays light out a fairly long time.

Every time we have been here the conditions have been great. Each evening after the slopes had closed, I could see the grooming machines out taking care of the trails. The staff here makes every effort to keep the trails in top condition! Those times weve been there with temperatures up to a balmy fifty degrees there has been some melting and iciness, however the conditions were primarily packed powder for the majority of our visits.

The staff that worked with the kids were all very friendly, nice and very patient. This was especially a factor for my younger daughter who has a tendency to not pay attention and have meltdowns. However, her experience was completely positive as well. She managed to attach herself quite nicely to one of her coaches while up there a year ago. He remembers her from year to year and weve built up a nice friendship. This year he even took out my very headstrong 4 year old son for a private lesson when he wouldnt stay in the Buddy Bear program.

My children loved learning to ski here. From the Family Fun area to the wooded trails, conditions were top notch.

PROS: great conditions, friendly staff, terrific children's programs
CONS: no night skiing, about an hour and a half off the nearest major interstate

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