Ragged Mountain

With NH’s only six person high-speed chair up Ragged Peak and a new high-speed quad up Spear, you can get plenty of turns in with no lines and no waiting at Ragged. With two mountain peaks, you will find plenty of great trails – 55 in fact, 11 glades, 3 Terrain Parks, a Tubing Hill, plus a unique base lodge modeled after an old New England farmhouse (with flatscreen TVs). Learning kids will love the Barnyard Adventure Center, with a designated beginner area. Bigger kids will love hitting the three trend-setting Wildwoods terrain parks at Ragged. Kids learn to ski programs are available for the season or just the day, Mighty Moose, Ragged Rockets and Rookie Rangers are a few of the fun learn to ski and snowboard programs at Ragged. For adults, Ragged offers deals like “Mission Affordable” ski passes, bring a friend to learn to ski and you ski free, and an all inclusive ski lesson package that guarantees you will be turning and skiing by end of the day.

Recent new management at Ragged has brought $5 million in capital for this season, including a new Dopplelmayr detachable quad on Speak Peak. Other improvements at Ragged include increased snowmaking, which is automated like Sun Valley, trail work, plus automated ski tickets with direct to lift cards. In the Elmwood Lodge, a beautiful country style base lodge referred to as the Old Red Barn, you will find Tallulahs, the Pub at Ragged and Harvest – a cafe style lunch spot. There is something for everyone at this southern NH ski area, that’s easy to get to off I93, just 90-minutes from Boston. Ragged is also a top golf and wedding destination in summer and fall.

Ragged Mountain Stats:
Ragged Road, Danbury
Vertical Drop 1,250’
Skiable Terrain: 249 acres
7 Lifts including a high speed quad and six passenger
57 trails, 11 glades, Tubing Park, 3 Terrain parks
84% snowmaking