99″ of natural snowfall, great conditions & Game Day offers mean a Super Weekend in Mt Washington Valley, NH

Be sure to check the links to each ski report for the most up-to-date snow and trail conditions. Here are the conditions on February 1, 2018:

Attitash -48 trails, 43 groomed runs, 210 acres skiable terrain. 6 lifts. Base depth: 12"-24". Light snow falling today & snowmaking underway. 55" of snow this season. Live entertainment in at Bear Peak & Ptarmigan Pub, Parlor Demo Day on Sat, Game Day ticket pricing on Sun.

Black Mountain -19 trails,13 groomed runs. 2 lifts, more running this weekend. Base depths: 12"-36". Light snow falling. Find live entertainment in Lostbo Pub nightly Friday-Sunday, including a Super Bowl pre-party on Sun.

Bretton Woods – 41 trails, 242 skiable acres.7 lifts. Base depth: 30"-40". Light snow falling – 1"-2" expected accumulation. 99" of snowfall this season. Enjoy both adult and kids’ Apres Ski Parties after a day of great skiing, plus Powe Snowboard Demo Day on Sat, then watch the game on the Big Screen at the Omni Mt Washington Hotel on Sun. Online flash ticket sale extended to 2/14.

Cranmore– 38 trails, 37 groomed ,135 skiable acres. 4 lifts. Base: 15"-25". A dusting of new snow expected today. Tubing & Mountain Adventure Park open starting Friday, 4pm and open this weekend.80th Anniv. ticket pricing all weekend. Cranapalooza on Saturday, plus live music in Zips Pub.

King Pine – 100% open. 17 trails, 94% groomed. 1 Terrain park open with 9 features. 50 skiable acres, 5 lifts. Base depth: 12"-30". Light snow falling. 48" of snow this season. The tubing park and skating rink are both open for regular hours. Torchlight Tubing on Friday and Night skiing on Saturday Night. Kids Fun Race on Sat. Big Game Day ticket pricing on Sun.

Shawnee Peak -26 trails open (26 groomed), 3 terrain parks open.4 lifts. Base depth: 18"-28". Light snow falling. New England Ski Day on Fri, College night and Music on the Mountain on Sat night.

Wildcat 22 trails (18 groomed) and 136 skiable terrain. 4 lifts operating. Base depths: 20"-40". A dusting of snow overnight. 77" of snowfall this season. Catch live entertainment from 1:00-4:00pm in the pub on Friday and Saturday. Parlor Ski Demo Day on Sat & Game Day ticket pricing on Sun.

Mt Washington Valley’s XC and Snowshoe Centers

Bear Notch Ski Touring – 30km trails open, 30km classic, 30km skating. Base depths: 9"-20". Freshly groomed tracks and skate lanes on Western Trail Network.

Bretton Woods Nordic Center– 14 trails (26km) open. 2 trails track set (3km), 14 trails skate groomed (26km). Base depth: 10" – 12". Light snow falling. Snowfall season to date: 99". Tubing, skating and fat bikes from The Stone Pillar. 5+ km of fat biking and dog walking trails from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm and tubing & skating from 10:00am – 5:00pm. Alpine Glow Nordic Tour on Sat. Big Game Special on Sun. Bretton Woods Nordic Marathon on Feb 10, 44th Mt Washington Cup, Feb 11.

Great Glen Trails– 40km open; 15km tracked, 15km skate groomed.Snowshoe trails: 40km. Average base depth: 4"-10". Season snowfall total:70". Tubing hill open. Snowcoach Tours scheduled, but weather dependent. Call ahead to inquire about fat biking. Kid’s Ski Fest, Go Red & evening snowshoe tour on Sat.

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation – 49 trails/126km open, 30 trails track set, 36 trails skate groomed. 11 back country trails open.18 snowshoe trails open. Base depth: 4"-12". Snowfall season to date: 42".

Purity Spring XC and Snowshoe Preserve – Nordic trails are accessible, but trails are ungroomed and remain natural. Base surfaces are generally variable 3-6" hard pack snow with breakable crust if untracked. Well-behaved dogs (on leash when bypassing others) are welcome midweek.

Mt Washington Valley Ski Touring & Snowshoe Foundation – 12km open in Whitaker Woods to Intervale PO. 5km single track, 12km skate groomed. 45km snowshoe trails. 2km fat biking trails on designated trails. Base depths: 4"-10". Guided Snowshoe Walk every Saturday at 1:00 pm. Note: The Whitaker Woods Snowshoe Scramble originally scheduled on January 13th was rescheduled for Sat, Feb 17, 2018. Mark the calendar for the 29th Annual Chocolate Festival, Sun, Feb 25th.


Wildcat: This skier was treated to fresh tracks when two trails re-opened after snowmaking occurred around the clock. Photo taken 1/31/18. Wildcat photo.

Jackson XC: Brooke Froelich from Powder Magazine having a great time at Jackson XC on Sunday, Jan 28th, Jackson XC photo.

Cranmore: Cranmore is home to Mountain Meisters, one of the largest citizen racing programs in the country. Each Wednesday, skiers of all levels (including some former Olympians) take to the trails. Photo taken 1/31/18 by Wiseguy Creative Photography.

Here’s to a Super weekend. May the best team (from New England) win!

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