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Loon Mountain Resort
RR1 Box 41 Kancamagus Highway
Lincoln, NH 03251-9711

General Information:(603) 745-8111

Reservations Number:(800) 229-LOON (5666)

Website Link LOON Mountain | Home Page |

Resort Overview: Loon Mountain's has one of the nation's most popular teen programs, Teen Mountain Adventures, allowing intermediate and advanced teen skiers to meet and ski with their counterparts. In addition, the resort offers ski camps for 3-12 year olds at all activity levels and a Children's Center for those non-skiers 6 weeks to 8 years of age. Loon Mountain also guarantees you'll enjoy your day of skiing or you'll ski free your next visit -- no questions asked. Under the Unconditional Satisfaction Guarantee, any skier not satisfied with his or her experience at loon can take his/her ticket to Guest Services by 11 a.m. that same day and exchange it for a voucher good for another day of skiing. The guarantee is honored every day of the week including weekends and holidays. The slopeside Mountain Club resort hotel at Loon offers great mountain views, casual dining, and evening entertainment.

What's New This Year: Loon Mountain is gearing up for its 34th season.
More tree skiing- There are an additional seven acres of trees to ski and ride through just off Bear Claw. This is an intermediate area that will serve as a good warm up before heading over to the North Peak and the 15 acres opened up over there last year.
Adventure Center- If its not on the slopes, then its at the Adventure Center. Its the place to rent cross-country equipment, snowshoes, and ice skates. Test your skills on the NEW indoor climbing wall. The outdoor ice rink will be doubled in size, and on weekends and holidays, the Adventure Center will host family activities, bon-fires and chats with the Mountain Man, Wajoid.
Tubing Hill-This pint-size tubing area will be located next to the Adventure Center and is perfect for the wee-ones. Loon also offers lift-served day and night tubing on Little Sister and Snubber, respectively.
Free guided, mountain tours: Twice daily, Loon Snowsports School provides complimentary tours of Loon. Guests meet mid-mountain at the Dynastar Demo Center.

Resort Statistics:
Base Elevation: 950
Summit: 3,050
Vertical Drop: 2,100
Skiable Acres: 266
Average Annual Snowfall: 127.7
Season: November 17th-April 23rd
Snowmaking: 239 acres 97%
Night Skiing: No
Ski-Only Areas: Yes
Snowboarding Offered: Yes
Snowboarding Trails: 41
Terrain Parks: 1
Cross Country Skiing Offered: 35 km groomed trails
Lifts: 8: Gondola, North Peak Triple, Seven Brothers Triple, East Basin Double, Little Sister Double, Kissin' Cousins Double, Kancamagus Quad
Lift Capacity/Hr: 10,550
Lift Hours: 8:30-3:45
Terrain: 16% Beginner; 64% Intermediate; 20% Advanced
Longest Run: 2.5 miles
Lift Ticket Prices:$49 Adult; $43 Young Adult (13-17); $31 Junior (6-12)

Passes/Discounts Available: Yes, mulit-day tickets and equipment rentals can save you money. To fully rejuvenate the soul, reserve at 3-day midweek, non-holiday special. Rates start at $144 ppdo and include 3 nights, 3 days, plus one night of free snowtubing at Loon. Holidays are Nov. 23 25, 2000; Dec. 18, 2000 Jan. 1, 2001; Jan. 15, 2001; Feb. 19 Mar. 2, 2001.

Day Care: The Children's Center (603)745-6281, Ext. 5160 or 5162. Nursery/Daycare Ages 6 weeks-8 years old Allow their trained staff to care for your child while you enjoy a day on the slopes! The large playrooms provide space for age-appropriate games and activities while allowing children to nap in a quiet area. Lunch is included for one-year olds and up. open daily during the regular season from 8:30 am-4:00 pm. Half Day: 8:30-12:00 or 12:30-4:00 $39 Full Day: 8:30-4:00 $59

Children's/ Teens' Programs: Ski Mite Group Lesson Ages 4 & 5, all abilities Specially trained children's coaches guide the mites through age-appropriate on snow activities. Available every day during the regular season. One hour session: 11:45-12:45 $27

P.K. Boo Bear Camp Ages 3 & 4, all abilities and Kinder Bear Camp Ages 5 & 6, all abilities P.K. Boo and Kinderbear Camps include morning and/or afternoon lessons, hot chocolate breaks & snacks, lunch, and an all-mountain lift pass. Half Day Camp: 8:30-11:30 or 12:00-3:00 $49 Full Day Camp: 8:30-3:30 $79 P.K. Boo and Kinderbear kids may pick up rentals at the Children's Center Rental Shop.

Adventure Camp For 7-12 years, all abilities. Includes morning and afternoon lessons, lunch, hot chocolate break and snacks, and an all-mountain lift pass. Full-day Camp: 9:00-2:45 $89

Babysitting: List of babysitters is available. Rates vary.

Lodging: With over 13,000 beds, the Lincoln-Woodstock area offers the largest selection of lodging in the White Mountains. Cozy inns with toe-warming fireplaces, luxurious hotels with slopeside convenience, and comfortable rooms for the budget-conscious are all within minutes.

Transportation Available: Airport shuttle service is available from the Manchester Airport.

Awards: Ski Magazine rating 6th: Overall Eastern U.S. with medals awarded for Family Programs, Lifts, Accessibility, Challenge, Lodging, Dining, Apres Ski and Off-Hill Activities.











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