New Hampshire's second largest ski resort.
Peak has two big interconnected mountains for skiing and riding,
with terrain diversity from long winding trails like Tightrope to exciting glades, and wide-open
The views of the Presidential Range from both peaks are spectacular.
The full service ski resort has an impressive Learning Center, plus an on
mountain Attitash Grand Summit Hotel with an outdoor heated
The Attitash Bear Peak on snow experience is typically well-covered manicured slopes
serviced by a modern lift system.
Under ownership of Peak Resorts (along with Wildcat, Mount Snow and
Crotched), a renewed focus on snowmaking upgrades is evident.
Attiatsh new beginner area at Bear Peak offers two trails and a
handle tow free for new skiers and riders to use as part of their
"Learn2" initiative with nearby Wildcat to attract new skiers and
snowboarders to the sport.
Summer time, Attitash heats up with an alpine slide, Aquaboggan
water slides, horseback riding, scenic sky rides on the chairlift,
mountain bike trails, and a new Mountain Coaster - which will be
open year round and goes up 1,420' before descending the exciting
and scenic 2,880' at speeds of 25 mph, with a 318' vertical drop.
Route 302, Bartlett
603-374-2368, Lodging 1-800-223-SNOW
Vertical Drop: 1,750’
Skiable Terrain: 307 acres
11 Lifts, 77 Trails
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All Stories by Heather Burke
All Photography by Greg Burke