- 464 acres of skiing and snowboarding including wide cruising terrain
- Night skiing
- Excellent for beginners
- Biggest resort in New Hampshire
- Ranked number 1 in the East for ‘Snow and Grooming’ in 2014 and 2015
Why choose this resort?
Since its carefully-crafted expansion programme, Bretton Woods has become the biggest ski resort in the whole of New Hampshire. Nestled amongst some of the East Coast’s best resorts, Bretton Woods offers other options for a two-resort tour including Loon, Canon and Waterville Valley. Outstanding views across Mount Washington and the Presidential Range is not the only treat you get from riding one of the resort’s ten lifts. With over ten awards to their name, Bretton Woods ski resort is number one in New Hampshire for lodging, service as well as number one for snow and grooming in 2015 as awarded by Ski Magazine. A snowmaking capability of 92% across this extensive ski area gives Party leaders the reassurance they seek with great snow and a variety of skiable terrain. Located just 3 hours from Boston, Bretton Woods provides a great choice for those seeking to add-on a stopover to their school ski trip.
On the slopes
Students will have access to 464 acres of varied piste directed by nearly 100 runs. It doesn’t matter if your group is made-up from beginners or advanced skiers with Bretton Woods offering a variety of trails to suit all abilities. A quarter of the resort’s trails seeks to give those new to the slopes suitable terrain to develop while intermediates will have plenty of challenges to keep them busy. Advanced and expert skiers can enjoy over 40% of Bretton Wood’s black diamond and double diamond runs with a vertical drop of 1,500 feet. West Mountain and Rosebrook provide some serious challenges for high-inters and advanced skiers. Snowboarders will want to head for the Mt Rosebrook Double and the Bethlehem Express high-speed quad as they’ll discover access to a half-pipe and terrain park which will be sure to keep them busy from dawn to dusk.
|London to Boston||7 hours |
|Boston to North Conway||3 hours |
|New York to Bretton Woods||7 hours |