Attitash Mountain Resort is a ski area located on U.S. Route 302 in Bartlett, New Hampshire, near North Conway. Constructed in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration, Attitash is operated by Peak Resorts under a special-use permit with the White Mountain National Forest.Located in the heart of the White Mountains, Attitash is home to two mountains, Attitash and Bear Peak. Attitash/Bear Peak has a total of 68 ski runs. It is a resort that appeals to all skill levels.Attitash means "blueberry" in the Abenaki language.Mountain statisticsVertical drop: 1750ft ; 1450ft Base elevation: 600ft ; 600ft Summit elevation: 2350ft ; 2050ft Trails and glades: 68; most difficult 27%; more difficult 44%; easiest 29%Total skiable area: 311acreTrail length: 23miChairlifts: 10 — 1 fixed grip quad, 2 high-speed quads, 3 fixed grip triples, 3 fixed grip doubles, 1 surface lift Tree skiing: 60acre of diverse terrain in different glades across Attitash and Bear PeakAverage annual snowfall: Typical season length: November through April Hours of operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekends and holidays, EST; 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. mid-week, EST; Times may vary early season: Nov to Dec - 3:30 PMThe Abenaki lift closes at 3:30 daily Exposure: Northern Uphill lift capacity: 14,385 people per hourTuning and repair: Complete ski and snowboard repair and tuning center in the Attitash Base LodgeIt couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Attitash Mountain Resort and many more Bartlett attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Bartlett trip itinerary maker.
Attitash Mountain Resort reviews
We found this little paradise in the Mountains!! Great family atmosphere, they have something for everyone. Adult entertainment, kids entertainment, great restaurant right in the premises.The Hot tub and heated pool were great after a day of skiing. And the staff were simply so accommodating and friendly. From the valet guys to the front desk we can't say enough about how good they were. Can't wait to go back!!
Attitash mountain has a lot of positives: Lots of places to stay on or near the mountain, nice grooming, good mix of terrain, beautiful views, less harsh weather compared to Cannon/Wildcat. However, it does get crowded and it's missing some expert terrain. Also, the chair to the summit is a slow speed triple and the high speed quad only takes you up half the mountain. Bear peak has a nice high speed that takes you to the top, but it's a bit difficult to get back and forth. If we're in the area, we will almost always ski Wildcat over Attitash, unless the weather is harsh.
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