New Electric Vehicles & Charging Stations

Charging Station Investments

New Hampshire tourism is directly affected by the ability to travel. To support guests who travel in electric vehicles, Loon has installed ten - Level 2 charging stations with the help of the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative. These stations allow guests of the Lincoln-Woodstock area the flexibility to charge when they need to. All stations are managed by the SWTCH platform and do require a fee to use.

Overall, Loon has 13 EV charging stations—the most of any ski area in the state.

  • 10 - Beach Lot
  • 3 - Children's Center Lot

Electric Vehicle

Electric Vehicle Investments

Loon has focused on reducing gasoline consumption by replacing gas-powered vehicles with electric vehicles.

Overall, the resort now owns:

  • Four- Ford F-150 Lightning
    • Custodial
    • Building Maintenance
    • Administration
    • Security
  • Two- Polaris Ranger EV
    • Maintenance

Moving Forward

Investing in electric vehicle infrastructure reduces our greenhouse gas emissions, which helps to mitigate impact on the environment and community.


Committed to a goal of reducing carbon emissions to net zero by 2030

Sustainable Slopes

An active participant in NSAA’s Sustainable Slopes, promoting environmentally responsible operations across the ski industry.

Guest Engagement

Provide resources for guests and staff that support their environmentally conscious decisions. 

Maximize Every Minute


Further advance snowmaking systems to increase productivity and lower consumption—delivering more snow, with less energy.

fleet efficiency


Utilize highly efficient snowcats and cutting-edge GPS technology to reduce emissions and lower fuel consumption.

Habitat Conservation

Mountain Biking

Adhere to guidelines of state and federal agencies to ensure our practices focus on preserving our ecological resources.