Best Skiing In The White Mountains | Attitash Mountain Village

The best skiing in the White Mountains are all accessible from Attitash Mountain Village. Skiing is a favorite activity for all types of visitors each winter, from beginners to experts and everyone in between! With 7 alpine ski areas all within 30 minutes, there’s endless fun to be had on the snow when staying at Attitash Mountain Village.

Here’s a compilation of business information. Please visit their website for details such as opening and closing dates. If downhill skiing isn’t for you, visit any one of the cross country ski areas in the White Mountains.

Attitash skiing in the white mountains

Attitash Mountain Resort

Attitash Ski Resort offers 68 trails, 9 lifts and 2 interconnected mountains for skiers and riders of all abilities. It’s part of Vail Resorts, and is a member of the Epic Pass network of resorts.

Attitash Mountain Village is at the base of Attitash Ski Resort. With a number of trailside accommodations, and even more across the street, we’re perfectly positioned to be your base camp for fun on these slopes.

skiing in the white mountains wildcat

Wildcat Ski Area

With over 2,000 vertical feet of skiable terrain and located high in the White Mountains, Wildcat has unrivaled views and an opening season often reaching 6 months! Wildcat is part of Vail Resorts, and is a member of the Epic Pass network of resorts.

Cranmore skiing in the white mountains

Cranmore Mountain Resort

Located just down the road in North Conway, Cranmore Mountain Resort boasts 170 skiable acres and is renowned for its ski school programs and New Hampshire’s #1 tubing hill. Stop in the village after a day of skiing for shopping and dining.

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Bretton Woods skiing in the white mountains

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Bretton Woods

New Hampshire’s largest ski area, Bretton Woods is annually rated by SKI Magazine for some of the best snow, grooming and scenery in the East.