Located along the famous Kancamangus Highway in Lincoln, New Hampshire, Loon Mountain Ski Resort is not only touted as New England’s most-accessible mountain resort with spectacular scenery and abundant snowfall, but also as having some of the best terrain parks in the eastern U.S. With 61 trails, 7 tree areas, 7 parks, and the only super pipe in New Hampshire. Loon Mountain Ski Resort contains wide groomed cruisers, tree glades and steep moguls giving Loon Mountain Ski Resort an excellent variety of terrain and lifts making it great for all levels.
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Loon Mountain Ski Resort has some of the best snow making and grooming in New England which allows earlier skiing in the season and better conditions when natural snowfall is low. Since 2010, Loon Mountain Ski Resort has invested $3 million to increase efficiency and coverage. There is 97% trail coverage and they are not afraid to make snow to improve conditions.
Loon Mountain Ski Resort also has other nice features. Resort ambassadors are there for information or to help with unload your skis. Loon Mountain Ski Resort boasts an excellent ski school and a large disabled skier program. With its location, take a gondola ride to catch some great views of the Presidential Mountain Range and Mount Washington.
The town of Lincoln has a wide array of restaurants, accommodations, a movie theatre, a playhouse for live theatre and numerous shops. The ski area offers multiple activities in addition to skiing and snowboarding including an ice castle, winter zip-line, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, snow tubing and an adventure center making Loon Mountain Ski Resort an excellent all around choice for a vacation.
Loon Mountain Ski Resort Notable Runs:
- Flume - Flume is actually 2 trails: Upper Flume and Lower Flume. Upper Flume is a nice steep black to get you some good speed while enjoying a spectacular view. Lower Flume provides you with a heavy amount of moguls.
- Triple Trouble - Triple Trouble provides a challenging run with steepness and a long set of bumps on a narrow run.
Loon Mountain Ski Resort Tips:
- Ease of access = busy. Go midweek if you can. Otherwise, go early since parking fills up early and hit the slopes before the crowds get to the main peaks (North and Loon), then head to South Peak when the crowds start rolling in.
- Check out the superpipe. Its 425 feet long with 18 foot high walls.
Ski Trip - Lincoln New Hampshire (Loon Mountain)My first downhill skiing experience with Mike Hipp (filming) and Devin.
Snowboarding Loon Mountain ParkRiding, not shredding.
Skiing Loon Mountain 2014song- Overwerk Daybreak Please Like and subscribe for more Gopro Videos This is filmed at Loon mountain and ski resort.
Loon Mountain RipsawRipsaw March 6th, 2012.
2014 - Ice Castle Loon Mountain NHAmazing Ice Castle walk-thru at Loon Mountain Ski area Lincoln NH
Loon Mtn NH - April Spring Ski Run Top to BottomTake a nice long spring skiing run from the top of Loon Mountain in Lincoln NH.
Loon Mountain, NH Glade SkiingA short ski halfway down Mikes way.
Loon Mountain Steam Train - J.E. Henry RailwayDuring ski season, Loon Mountain runs this wood-burning German Henschel steam locomotive as a shuttle between the slopes.
Loon Mountain Skiing 2k14Jason and Jake skiing loon mountain 2k14
Loon Mountain Season Edit with the LoonaticsThanks everyone for a great ski season, and enjoy the sad days of summer.