Loon Mountain Stats

By the Numbers

At a Glance


Trail Stats

  • Advanced  Icon
    20%
    Advanced
  • Intermediate Icon
    60%
    Intermediate
  • Novice Icon
    20%
    Novice
  • Parks Icon
    6
    Parks

Mountain Stats

Elevation: 950 ft. Base | 3,050 ft. Summit of North Peak
Vertical Drop:  2,100 ft.
Number of Trails:  61
Tree-Skiing Areas:  8

Skiable Acres:  370
Trail Miles:  28 miles
Longest Trail: Bear Claw (Upper & Lower) 2.5 mi.
Expert Trails:  20%
Intermediate Trails:  60%
Beginner Trails:  20%

Snowmaking

Snowmaking Trail Coverage:  99%
Snowmaking Acreage:  322 acres
Annual Snowfall:  160" (average)

Lifts

Total : 11
Four-Person Gondola:  1
Quads:  4 (3 High-Speed, 1 Fixed-Grip)
Triple Chairlifts:  1
Double Chairlifts: 2
Carpet Lifts:  2

Uphill Lift Capacity:  15,152 skiers/hr.

Resort Facts

South Peak - Opened in 2007, and currently boasts seven trails, two lifts, and nearly 70 acres of skiing and riding.

Accolades - Loon grabbed a coveted Top 10 spot in the 2012 SKI Magazine reader poll, and the resort was also voted the most accessible the East. Loon's terrain parks recently grabbed top honors from Freeskier Magazine, claiming #1 Parks in the East. And a 2012 Transworld Snowboarding  reader poll ranked Loon's parks 3rd in the East.

Terrain Parks - Loon Mountain has six terrain parks for all abilities, including two innovative parks for kids - The Burton Riglet Park and Lil' Stash. Options range all the way up to the mile-long Loon Mountain Park.

Superpipe - Home to the only Superpipe in New Hampshire, this massive pipe is 425 feet long with 18-foot-high walls.

Snow Tubing - Day and night lift-served snow tubing is available on the Little Sister trail.  Learn More...

Ski and Snowboard School - Loon offers guests a variety of snowsports learning programs, including: customizable private lessons, children's camps (ages 3 & up, women-specific programs such as Women's Performance Camps; season-long programs; and the New England Disabled Sports. Daycare is also available.  Learn More... 

Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing - Cross-country ski or snowshoe along 20 km of  trails that parallel the Pemigewasset River and climb high into the White Mountain National Forest.  Rentals, lessons, and equipment are also available.  Learn More...

Zipline - There's nothing quite like ziplining 700 feet across the raging Pemigewasset River. Open all four seasons.  Learn More...

Groups - Special packages are available for groups of 20 or more.  Learn More...

Events - A full calendar of four-season events, including favorites like '80s Day, Golden Gala, Loon Mountain Race and White Mountain Oktoberfest. Learn More...

Greg Kwasnik, Communications Manager