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Conway, NH (December 31, 2019)—Mother Nature has been good to New Hampshire ski areas, which revelled in a new blanket of snow laid down by the New Year’s Eve winter storm that hit New Hampshire starting on Monday, December 30th through Tuesday, December 31st. With snow totals reaching up to 13" through the course of the storm, many of the Granite State's ski areas are 100 percent open, or very close to it, heading into 2020.
Many of the snowfall totals below were reported as of 7 a.m. on Tuesday, December 31st, when snow was still falling across the state. Ski areas that received four inches are more are included.
Alpine ski areas reporting:
Cranmore Mountain Resort - 13"
Black Mountain - 12"
Gunstock Mountain Resort - 11"
King Pine Ski Area - 10"
Waterville Valley Resort - 9"
Dartmouth Skiway - 8"
Cannon Mountain - 6"
Pats Peak - 6"
Loon Mountain Resort - 5"
Bretton Woods - 5"
Whaleback Ski Area - 5”
Ragged Mountain - 4"
Mount Sunapee - 4”
Cross-country ski areas reporting:
Great Glen Trails - 13"
Gunstock Outdoor Center - 11"
Waterville Valley Adventure Center - 9"
Jackson Ski Touring - 6"
Bretton Woods - 5"
Pine Hill Ski Club New London - 5"
Dexter's Inn Trails by Norsk - 4"
Franconia Village XC Ski Center - 4”
“There is no better way to close out 2019 than with a state-wide powder day,” says Shannon Dunfey-Ball, Ski New Hampshire’s marketing and communications manager. “Due to the hard work of our snowmakers up to this point in the season creating that ever-important snow surface base, things are shaping up for a strong January at NH ski areas and a great beginning to 2020.”
Ski New Hampshire is the statewide association representing 31 alpine and cross-country resorts in New Hampshire. For more information on ski areas, trail conditions, vacation planning, and updated winter events at Ski New Hampshire resorts, visit SkiNH.com. For statewide travel info, visit visitNH.gov.