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Attitash Travel Guide

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Lake Winnipesaukee © JohnJHenderson

Ranked among the top ski resorts in the eastern United States, Attitash encompasses both Attitash and Bear Peak mountains with a total of 68 ski runs. Known for the variety in terrain that it offers, Attitash is a wonderful place to experience the snow and ski. A popular choice among skiiers, and located in the heart of the White Mountains, Attitash offers varied winter and summer activities suitable for the whole family.

The runs are fairly evenly divided between beginner, intermediate and advanced, and therefore cater to skiers of all skill levels. Snowboarders will enjoy the terrain park, which has over 1,700 feet (518m) of ramps, jibs, table tops and air hits, and 10 rails.

Attitash have a few good shops to enjoy, but for those in search of some ski or snowboarding apparel, they need not look further than Attitash Sports which is a full-service ski shop offering jackets, snowpants, helmets, goggles, backpacks and much more. There are two Attitash Sports shops, one in the Main Base Lodge, their flagship store, and another at the Adventure Center. Visitors need not worry should they forget their gear, Attitash has them covered.

There are a few restaurants to choose from, although there is a greater selection of restaurants and meal options a mere 15 minutes away in Jackson or North Conway.

Apres ski options in Attitash are fairly limited, however there is the Ptarmigan's Pub which offers two full bars, dining and live music every Saturday afternoon.

There are lots of activities at Attitash, apart from the obvious skiing and snowboarding. There is also a miniature water park, an alpine slide, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding to choose from, which also makes Attitash a popular summer resort too. Attitash also offers visitors new attractions like the year-round mountain coaster, which is a faster, more powerful version of the alpine slide, a climbing wall, a giant air bag jump, and the East Coast's longest single-span zip-line.


Après ski options are limited and serious party animals might be left disappointed.

Attitash Travel Guide

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Lake Winnipesaukee © JohnJHenderson

Ranked among the top ski resorts in the eastern United States, Attitash encompasses both Attitash and Bear Peak mountains with a total of 68 ski runs. Known for the variety in terrain that it offers, Attitash is a wonderful place to experience the snow and ski. A popular choice among skiiers, and located in the heart of the White Mountains, Attitash offers varied winter and summer activities suitable for the whole family.

The runs are fairly evenly divided between beginner, intermediate and advanced, and therefore cater to skiers of all skill levels. Snowboarders will enjoy the terrain park, which has over 1,700 feet (518m) of ramps, jibs, table tops and air hits, and 10 rails.

Attitash have a few good shops to enjoy, but for those in search of some ski or snowboarding apparel, they need not look further than Attitash Sports which is a full-service ski shop offering jackets, snowpants, helmets, goggles, backpacks and much more. There are two Attitash Sports shops, one in the Main Base Lodge, their flagship store, and another at the Adventure Center. Visitors need not worry should they forget their gear, Attitash has them covered.

There are a few restaurants to choose from, although there is a greater selection of restaurants and meal options a mere 15 minutes away in Jackson or North Conway.

Apres ski options in Attitash are fairly limited, however there is the Ptarmigan's Pub which offers two full bars, dining and live music every Saturday afternoon.

There are lots of activities at Attitash, apart from the obvious skiing and snowboarding. There is also a miniature water park, an alpine slide, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding to choose from, which also makes Attitash a popular summer resort too. Attitash also offers visitors new attractions like the year-round mountain coaster, which is a faster, more powerful version of the alpine slide, a climbing wall, a giant air bag jump, and the East Coast's longest single-span zip-line.


Après ski options are limited and serious party animals might be left disappointed.