Granite Gorge Ski Area Roxbury

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Granite Gorge Ski Area
341 Route 9
Tel: 603 358 5000

Where are we going today?

Adventures on the snow are always great for the whole family - it keeps you active and it's just fun to spend time together on the snow!

Granite Gorge Ski Area is a place where the whole family can spend their family day out! There is skiing and snowboarding for all who want to try it, and it doesn't matter what age or experience level you are!

There are lessons for those aged 4 and up, so you really can start at any ages! The lessons are perfect if you have never tried skiing before, or if you just want to improve your techniques.

Then, once you've mastered those skills (and we know you have some GREAT skills!) you can hit the slopes and have a go at the various runs that Granite Gorge Ski Area have.

There are 6 green runs for those just starting out, 5 blue runs for the intermediate, and the rest are the black runs and well, good luck!

It's not just skiing and snowboarding at Granite Gorge Ski Area either. There is alpine and cross country skiing, as well as those always fun snow tubes available for kids over 5 years (and over 42"). But don't worry little ones aged 5 to 9 - there are mini tubes for you!

If you are still not very confident, there is a beginner friendly terrain training park which is perfect for gaining skills and confidence (and balance, as the case may be!) 

In summer, the area transforms into another kind of outdoor adventure, with hiking and biking trails. 

Get those skis ready (or get ready to hire them!) because the mountain is waiting for you! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFull day from $42
  • ChildrenFull day from $35 (Ages 6 - 13)
  • Free Under: 5 years

When can we go?

Holiday hours: 10am or 12pm opening. Closing between 4pm and 8pm.

All year round

Teachers corner

They do offer group lessons so give them a call to discuss getting the kids down!.

Any Top Tips?

Always check the snow reports before you go..

Doing our bit

The area is all about safety, so make sure you listen to any rules they have because it's for your own good!.

Need a little extra help?

Call them about limited mobility options, because with snow sports you normally need to be physically mobile. .

Can I get one of those?

There is a store where you can buy relevant equipment and apparel..

More information

There are non-holidays hours which are different to the holiday hours listed .

What people are saying?

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    Granite Gorge was supposed to have a $10 lift ticket community day January 7th 2012, my friend called two days before to confirm that it was still on. We traveled two hours to get there Saturday morning and found out the event had been cancelled. They informed us it was cancelled due to a lack of open trails, and then tried to charge us full price. I would recommend going to Crotched mountain which is about 30 minutes east and has much better snow making and has many more trails. $42 for a 500ft mountain really isn't worth it anyways.

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    Great place. At the opening of the new lodge. Everyone is having a great time. Bonfire and cool promos. Staff works hard with great service. A real gem for the area. Try it.

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