Black Mountain





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Black Mountain
New Hampshire
United States
Phone: 603 383-4490


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About the Ski Resort

Black Mountain, the oldest ski resort in the state, is nestled among pastures and farmlands in the quaint village of Jackson, New Hampshire.

Come and experience the magic at Black Mountain. Beginners can relax and improve their skills on Sugarbush and Black Beauty. Experts can test skills on the super steep Mr. Rew or the winding narrows of Upper Galloping Goose. Black Mountain has something to offer skiers of all ability levels.

If you don't want to ski, you will still find plenty to do. Go for a snow shoe trek, enjoy a sleigh ride through the beautiful countryside or take part in many other activities. Or, just curl up by the fireplace at the base lodge and watch the other skiers.

So, whether it's skiing, riding or sleigh rides, grab the little ones and your camera for lasting memories of winter fun.


Ski resort area details


Alpine Skiing: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Heli-Skiing: No
Snowcat Skiing: No
Snowboarding: No
Snowshoe trails: No
Snow tubing: No
 

 Easiest:  33 %

 More Difficult:  35 %

 Most Difficult:  32 %

 Experts only:  --
AVERAGE USER RATING

Not rated


Pace of Play: Pace of play: 0
Money Value: Money value: 0
Tees: Tees: 0
Service: Service: 0



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Mountain Statistics


Base elevation:  1,250 ft
Summit elevation:  3,303 ft
Vertical drop:  2,053 ft
Skiable area:  143 acres
Annual snowfall:  120 in
Snowmaking:  98 %
 
Number of trails:  40
Number of lifts:  4
Types of lifts:  1 Platter Pull,
 1 J-bar,
 1 Double Chair,
 1 Triple Chair


Ski Resort Services


Childcare  Yes
Adaptive skier:  No
Nearby lodging:  Yes
 
Ski lessons:  Yes
Snowboard lessons:  Yes
 
Ski rentals:  Yes
Snowboard rentals:  Yes


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Ski Resort directions


There are two major routes to Tuckerman Ravine. From I-93, take either Route 302 or Route 112 (Kancamagus Highway) east to Route 16, then north a few miles to Pinkham Notch. From the south you can also take I-95 north to Portsmouth, NH to Route 16 north.