Ski New Hampshire is a trade association that consists of 32 ski area members that agree that a clean and healthy environment is an intrinsic and important element of the natural ecosystems in which our ski areas operate, and that it is our job to be stewards of the environments in which we make our livelihoods and which we call home.
Cranmore's Commitment to Bring Green
Cranmore Mountain Resort’s Management and Employees are committed to being a leader of sustainability in the industry, instilling a culture of environmental sustainability in all aspects of our operation, to build a sustainable resort for years to come.More >
Great Glen Trails Environmental Initiatives
As part of Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center's commitment to sustainability, energy efficiency and environmentally conscious practices, numerous programs are in place today.More >
Loon Mountain Resort Forever Project
Loon, and all Boyne Resorts, are committed to a goal of reducing carbon emissions to net zero throughout our North American operations by 2030. All partnered resorts together with the ForeverProject, will work to build a more sustainable tomorrow.
The mountains are not only our playground; they are also our home.
Situated in the scenic White Mountain National Forest, Loon is committed to being stewards of the surrounding environment and community. As a resort, we strive to implement sustainable practices to be better environmental advocates and protect what we love most. In order to preserve this majestic environment forever, we must all take an active role to protect it.
Together with these guiding principles below, we can achieve our goals to protect forever – and strengthen that bond which unites our community.More >
Epic Promise Commitment to Zero
Environmental and community sustainability are at the core of our foundational values at Vail Resorts.
In order to “Do Good” where we work, live and have fun, Vail employees bring this value to life every day though actions called Vail Resorts Epic Promise.
At Vail Resorts, we have a unique responsibility to protect the environment and future of the sport we love while supporting our communities. Our EpicPromise Progress Report details this commitment, including $19.4 million donated to community partners this past year and our advancement toward a zero net operating footprint by 2030.More >
Pats Peak Green Peak
Pats Peak is proud to support National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) Sustainable Slopes. Founded in 2000, Sustainable Slopes is a way for ski areas to commit to sustainable practices across their operations. Pats Peak and over 200 U.S. ski areas have signed on to NSAA's Sustainable Slopes program. www.nsaa.org. Learn about Pats Peak environmental practices.More >
Ragged Mountain Resort Eco Values
Our commitment to the environment in which we recreate
Ragged Mountain Resort is committed to preserving and enhancing the natural resources that are at the core of what makes Ragged Mountain such a special place. We have a long history of being good stewards of the land on which we operate, but we wanted to take another step to help improve our environment. In the spring of 2019, Ragged Mountain Resort and the other ski areas in the Pacific Group Resorts family created a company-wide Sustainability Program to foster environmentally sustainable business practices.
Waterville Valley Environmental Efforts
Waterville Valley Resort is committed to improving its environmental awareness while minimizing its impact on natural resources and the land. By treading lightly on the natural beauty of the White Mountain National Forest, we only improve the attractability of Waterville Valley as a very unique get-a-way for people now and long into the future. Our environmental efforts are not perfect but are ever evolving as our knowledge and financial resources, allow. Follow the link below to learn more about Waterville Valley Resort's sustainability efforts.More >