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Attitash Mountain Resort Bartlett

Where is it at?

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Attitash Mountain Resort
775 U.S. 302
Bartlett
NH
03812
Tel: 800 223 7669

Directions

To get to 775 Route 302 in Bartlett from Hartford, get on the I-84 or I-90 to I-495N then I-95N, then Spaulding Turnpike to 302W.

From Boston or Providence, get on the I-95N to Spaulding Turnpike, then the 302W.

Where are we going today?

Attitash Mountain Resort - home of North America's longest Alpine Slide!  Pretty impressive! 

If you have never tried skiing, don't you worry because the slopes here are for all ages and levels!  There are over 70 very fun snow covered trails (over two peaks!) that offer both challenging terrain for those who want to impress with their skills, and wide-open cruisers perfect for those starting out. 

Feel the snow spray in the air and that rush of fresh mountain air on your face as you zoom down the slopes and through the trees (advanced only for that!) - what a feeling!

If you want to brush up on some skills before you hit the slopes, and for beginners they recommend this, they have a ski school ready to show you all the fundamental techniques and tactics that you and your family would need to enjoy your time on the slopes!  

What was that?  You love the area so much you are sad that it will be shut in summer?  We have some good news for you - it won't be!  They also host a variety of fun summer attractions!  

Want to try out the longest Alpine Slide in North America?  Just writing about it makes us nervous!  But we know you are brave...especially if you tackle the twisty roller coaster or super fun zip line as well!

If you want to cool off there are slippery waters lides to enjoy, or a leisure pool, and if you want to keep your feet dry then you can enjoy an afternoon of horseback riding!  

They have festive celebrations across the year, like the OOM PA PA! Oktoberfest, and various musical evenings. 

Who said a ski resort had to be all about skiing!?

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$45 (48" or over) - unlimited day use (summer)
  • Children$20 (48" or under) - unlimited day use (summer)
  • Free Under: 3 with a paid adult
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Summer 10am - 6pm. Fall Weekends only, and Spring 10am - 4pm / Winter: 8:30am - 4pm

All year round

Teachers corner

They do offer classes for those who are a little unsteady on their feet and want to brush up on some skills before showing them off on the slopes! .

I'm Hungry!

There are several dining options, with both full service and grab & go. There is pub food along with music, as well as a cafeteria and grill! Yummy! .

Any Top Tips?

The skiing rates vary, but check out the season passes if you are really keen to keep coming back .

More information

They have a resort there too if you wanted to make your day out slightly longer!.

What people are saying?

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    Went downhill riding for the first time this Summer. Been to couple of other lift access parks, and have to say this one is the toughest yet. Mostly due to it being all-natural terrain and very steep. Gear up and get ready for steep rocky terrain. Can't beat the beautiful White Mountains it's where it's located. Great staff too. Guys at the bike shop are awesome and helpful.

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    The WONDERFUL people who work in the ski school program and customer service should be congratulated!!!
    I put my 6 yr old in an afternoon group lesson/kids camp during the school vacation, (yesss off to ski some blacks finally) and just by chance after my 2nd run I see my son outside walking around at the kids camp lodge with an instructor so I swing in to give a kiss and wish good luck. His skis are missing. Gulp. They had been looking for a while, and the group lesson had gone on ahead. Long story short: some other kid had put on my son's skis...Read More

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    We went at 2:45pm when they started selling the after 3pm ticket for $30. Closing time was 6pm. The mountain coaster was fun, about a 10-15 minute wait, you are strapped in and the cars cannot leave the track. The alpine slide, the sleds are in a spillway of sorts, and it IS possible for you to leave the track if you are traveling too fast, but it is fairly easy to control the sled's speed.

    There is also a scenic skyway ride to the top of the mountain, but be aware this is a 60-min roundtrip to the top and back, eating up an hour of your time....Read More

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    ***SUMMER REVIEW**** Attitash is a great summer attraction as well up in the White Mountains. They have a very fun Attitash slide, a great mountain coaster, the chair lift to the summit, water slides and much more. A great place to spend the day with the family. Look around town prior to going for discount coupons.

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    This is the first time to visit Attitash, I realy enjoy my time here with my family. I hope to come again whenever I come to US.

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by Anna Cronin

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The WONDERFUL people who work in the ski school program and customer service should be congratulated!!!
I put my 6 yr old in an afternoon group lesson/kids camp during the school vacation, (yesss off to ski some blacks finally) and just by chance after my 2nd run I see my son outside walking around at the kids camp lodge with an instructor so I swing in to give a kiss and wish good luck. His skis are missing. Gulp. They had been looking for a while, and the group lesson had gone on ahead. Long story short: some other kid had put on my son's skis and because he missed the lesson, the director of the Ski School set up my son with a private lesson (in which he learned an enormous amount and promptly showed off his parallel turns).
THANK YOU STEVE AND MB MCDONALD FOR STEPPING UP. You made my son's day, and I am so grateful for your generosity and decency in handling a potentially awful situation!

by DJ Chuck Johnson

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We went at 2:45pm when they started selling the after 3pm ticket for $30. Closing time was 6pm. The mountain coaster was fun, about a 10-15 minute wait, you are strapped in and the cars cannot leave the track. The alpine slide, the sleds are in a spillway of sorts, and it IS possible for you to leave the track if you are traveling too fast, but it is fairly easy to control the sled's speed.

There is also a scenic skyway ride to the top of the mountain, but be aware this is a 60-min roundtrip to the top and back, eating up an hour of your time. We did the mountain coaster 3 times, alpine slide once, and scenic skyway once and were done by 5:30pm.

The Weather

Wednesday

Conditions: Chance of Snow
Temp: 27° F / -2° C
Humidity: 80 %
Wind: NNE - 5 MPH

Thursday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 45° F / 7° C
Humidity: 65 %
Wind: WNW - 16 MPH

Friday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 43° F / 6° C
Humidity: 57 %
Wind: W - 12 MPH

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