Jason AlbertNovember 14, 2018

(Press Release)




Ski & Ride for free on Friday, November 16 with donation of non-perishable food item.



Image taken 11/14/18



Bretton Woods, N.H. (Nov. 14, 2018) – Bretton Woods, New Hampshire’s largest ski area, will kick off its 45th season this Friday, November 16. Lifts will turn from 12 noon – 3:30pm, and tickets are free for all ages with donation of a non-perishable food item. Donations will go to local food banks as part of Omni’s Say Goodnight to Hunger initiative.

Five trails will be serviced by the Zephyr High-speed Quad, with additional terrain and lifts opening as weather and conditions allow. Starting Saturday, November 17, lifts will spin from 9am-3:30pm and tickets are $32 for ages 5+ through Wednesday, November 21. The Learning Center Quad will also be open starting Saturday with tickets available for just $20 Saturday and Sunday, and complimentary Monday-Wednesday.

Rentals, Lucy Crawford’s Food Court, Slopeside Pub and TreeTop Sports will be open as well. Skiers and riders should be geared up including goggles, as snowmaking will continue as conditions allow.

In addition, the Bretton Woods Nordic Center will open for the season this Saturday, with $15 trail passes accessing about 11km of Nordic terrain.

Looking ahead, the annual Bretton Woods Homecoming festivities will take place next weekend, with a Friday night showing of Warren Miller’s latest ski flick, “Face of Winter” on November 23, followed by Homecoming BBQ and Brewfest on Saturday. Learn more, and buy your Warren Miller Tickets here.

Get the latest conditions at, and check back often for more trail and lift openings. Also keep up with the progress of New Hampshire’s only 8-passenger gondola. 603.278.3320; Snowphone: (603) 278.3333. All events, activities, schedules and conditions subject to change without notice.



Jason Albert

Jason lives in Bend, Ore., and can often be seen chasing his two boys around town. He’s a self-proclaimed audio geek. That all started back in the early 1990s when he convinced a naive public radio editor he should report a story from Alaska’s, Ruth Gorge. Now, Jason’s common companion is his field-recording gear.

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