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Loon will reopen May 25

May 27, 2023

Loon Mountain Resort Opens Ninja Wild and Bike Park for Summer Season

Lincoln, NH (May 27, 2023) Loon Mountain Resort has kicked off the 2023 summer season with the opening of Ninja Wild, mountain bike park and Gondola Skyride.

Outdoor Ninja Course

Saturday commenced the opening of Ninja Wild—an outdoor ninja course packed with wilderness-themed obstacles, putting kids and adults to the test as they bound between a variety of obstacles and close out the course by rallying up the warped mountain. Located at the Governor Adams Lodge, this activity is the first of its kind in the White Mountains and is perfect for those looking to get outside and put their speed, strength, and agility to the test.

Guests can purchase Ninja Wild sessions ranging from all-day, one-hour or all summer. Friday Night sessions are also an option for those looking to kick start the weekend with an evening adventure.

Mountain Bike Park Expands

On opening day, riders enjoyed 5 miles of terrain, covering 1,000 vertical feet. All of which are accessed via Kancamagus 8, the most technologically advanced chairlift in North America. The high-speed lift can transport riders up to the top in just over four minutes and features Doppelmayr's Bike Clip technology where riders load and unload their own bike.

Since opening in 2019, Loon’s mountain bike park has grown to over 11 miles of terrain, with more expansion on the horizon for 2023 . An additional two and a half miles of expert and intermediate trails are scheduled to open this summer including the completion of King Pin, Loon’s first black diamond freeride trail clocking in at over 1.25 miles in length.

MTB Season Pass Sale Ends May 31

Riders can get unlimited access to Loon’s mountain bike park by purchasing an MTB Season Pass. From the forgiving corners and straightaways of Mainline, steep berms of Derailer and rock gardens of Steam Punk, trails are ideal for beginners and seasoned riders alike. The pass also allows daily access to the Gondola Skyride, disc golf course, glacial caves and more. Pass holder benefits include two discounted bike park tickets to share with friends and discounts at resort dining venues and retail shops. Pre-Season sale prices are $289 for adults, (ages 13 & up) and $199 for juniors (ages 12 & under).

Gondola Skyride

Soar to the top of Loon Peak in Loon’s four-person Gondola Skyride. Enjoy a 1.3-mile scenic ride to the summit where high-altitude adventure awaits. Enter a high alpine world of stunning mountain views encompassing adventure and an array of summit activities including; exploring prehistoric granite with access to the Glacial Caves, taking in views from Mount Moosilauke to Mount Washington via Herbert’s Observation Tower, and sit down for lunch at the Summit Café alongside the stunning scenery of the White Mountain peaks.

For resort operating hours visit Loon's Hours of Operations.

About Loon Mountain Resort – Loon Mountain Resort, New England’s most-accessible mountain destination, is located in New Hampshire’s White Mountains just two hours north of Boston. Consistently rated one of the most accessible mountain resorts in the East, Loon offers skiers and snowboarders 2,100 feet of vertical, three peaks of terrain variety, and a full progression of award-winning terrain parks. Loon also offers plenty of exciting four-season activities, including downhill mountain biking, scenic gondola rides, glacial caves, ziplines, climbing wall, and more.

Loon Mountain Resort is operated by Boyne Resorts, the largest family-owned four-season resort company in North America, and is located in the White Mountain National Forest, operating in partnership with the USDA-Forest Service. For more information about Loon Mountain Resort, visit loonmtn.com.