Loon Mountain New Hampshire

Very Good

3.9 / 5

based on 8 reviews

Trails

Beginner
20%
Intermediate
60%
Advanced / Expert
20%

Trail maps

Overview

Among the reasons to ski Loon are, the most snowmaking in NH, the most lodging options in the skiers’ town of Lincoln, and three unique mountain peaks to ski. Loon is NH's second-largest ski resort, with Bretton Woods being the biggest. With over 370 acres spread across three peaks served by 12 lifts, Loon has lots to offer skiers and riders from long groomed boulevards to tight tree-lined trails that twist and turn down the mountain, and several edgy terrain parks.

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Very Good

3.9 / 5

based on 8 reviews

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Advanced

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Family Friendliness
DJDaniel J.
expert snowboarder
Average!

3.2 / 5

Nov 24, 2017
Loon is a pretty rad spot located in New Hampshire. Definitely has the best parks in the state. They have a huge focus on park building and it shows. The mountain also has a ton of trail options for non jibbers and jumpers. Fun for all in New England!... More
SCSean C.
advanced snowboarder
Superb!

4.8 / 5

Nov 19, 2017
I've been to Loon several times and have had 3 season passes. I used to live about 45 minutes from loon during midweek it's awesome there's not a lot of people there is about three Peaks the snow is really good that has a gondola which is great keeps you warm when it's cold at... More
PLPaul L.
advanced skier
Good!

3.7 / 5

Nov 08, 2017
Loon is a nice big mountain, but it tends to draw a crowd, and a bit more of the crowd that flocks (pun intended) to ski resorts in their Land Rovers and Mercedees, more concerned about the apres and the groomers than the powder and the trees. I've been there for half price... More
RSRyan S.
expert skier
Good!

3.8 / 5

Nov 05, 2017
Very accessible resort with gorgeous groomed slopes off the Kangamangus highway in NH. The town of North Conway has great lodging and restaurants nearby as well. Great for families, and beginner/intermediate skiiers. Park also top notch. Advanced/Expert skiiers may find... More
ADAnthony D.
Very Good!

4 / 5

Oct 19, 2017
Going there as a kid, I only have good memories. The trails were typically well maintained and the staff was always friendly and available to help. I would definitely come back sometime.
MMichelle
Superb!

5 / 5

Apr 11, 2012
Loon is a favorite for the terrain because it too has a little bit of everything. The gondola helps on cold days. Their blue terrain is worthy of caution and the black diamonds will give you a thrill. The view from the top looking toward Mount Washington is stunning.
RRalph
Average!

3 / 5

May 07, 2011
Long runs
TTricia
Very Good!

4 / 5

Aug 09, 2009
Easy to get to, trails for all levels, night life limited, trail conditions good early and late season, mid season great.

Lifts

Gondola & Tram
1
High Speed Quads
3
Quad Chair
1
Triple Chair
1
Double Chairs
3
Surface Lifts
3

Elevation

Base
950 feet
Summit
3,050 feet
Vertical drop
2,100 feet

Terrain

Total runs
61
Terrain Parks
6
Longest Run
2 miles
Skiable Terrain
370 acres
Snowmaking Area
322 acres
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