Cranmore Mountain Resort Snowboarding

The 12th most popular snowboarding destination in New Hampshire.

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Near North Conway, the Cranmore Mountain Resort has 50 trails and glades spread across 200 acres. There are 9 lifts serving the trails with a maximum vertical of 1,200 feet. Cranmore Mountain Resort is known for its 100% snowmaking capability. The Express Quad chair runs from the base to summit in 4.5 minutes.

The Cranmore Mountain Resort is known for it's expanded terrain, which includes the following runs. Oompah Flats – Unofficially opened last winter as The North-South Trail, a blue connector trail between Artist Falls and the South Slope. Roundabout - Take the Snow Train trail to Roundabout, a short but relatively steep blue trail accessed off the South Chair. Tommy's Trail – A blue trail running from the bottom of the East Slope parallel to Gibson, taking skiers to Beginner’s Luck. Gibson Chutes – This natural skiing area has multiple entrances off of the Gibson Trail. Features three relatively-narrow trails that dovetail down to Tommys Trail.

To reach the snowboarding at Cranmore Mountain Resort from North Conway, head north on SR16. At Burger King, take a right at the lights. Turn left at Wal-Mart onto North-South Road ; follow for approximately 2 miles; Turn right on Kearsarge Street , then right at the Cranmore sign onto Skimobile Road .

Overall, Cranmore Mountain Resort is the 12th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 19 snowboarding resorts in New Hampshire.


Local Contact(s):  Cranmore Mountain Ski Resort (603) 356-5544; NH Tourism (800) 88SKI-NH.

Recommended Book:  "Snowboard Resort Guide 2016" from Chris Gill

Best Season:  Jan. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  44.056351, -71.110747

Date Published:  12/30/2015

Date Updated:  7/8/2016

ID:  21209

Cranmore Mountain Resort Snowboarding Map