Whaleback Mountain

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160 Whaleback Mountain Rd., Enfield, NH 03748 160 Whaleback Mountain Rd., Enfield Directions
+16034485500
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With hot attractions and must-see sites, Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, NH can accommodate all of your vacation dreams and desires.

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Report | a year ago
Great community skiing area, staff is super helpful, mountain is small, but pretty steep. Body still aching from all the fun on snowboard.
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Report | 3 years ago
Nice little mountain. Fun trails. Great snow when I was there! Only con is that they have one lift only
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Report | 4 years ago
The lift broke down for 3 hours and we had to hike up the mountain. I was not impressed.
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Report | 4 years ago
Great deal, but the mountain is tiny. Only takes about 20-30 seconds to navigate down the mountain. Good place for beginners
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Report | 4 years ago
its a long ride and i was very tired at the end but worth for the whales
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Report | 5 years ago
need to improve snow making to improve your glade skiing
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Report | 5 years ago
You guys took 2 hours to put my board together. Then it broke on the top of the mountain and it took you all another hour to fix it. Granted I'm 6'4'' and I am a size 14, but I've never had so much trouble getting gear while boarding.
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Established: 1955
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Staff Size: 11–25
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Brands Used: Whaleback Mountain
Pro Tip: Get here early if you would like to rent equipment.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: We take pride in our learning programs.
Recommended Age Group: All Ages

Since 1955, Whaleback Mountain—a ski slope and family fun attraction—served as a pillar of the community, until it went into foreclosure in August of 2013. That's when the Upper Valley Snow Sports Foundation stepped in. The staffers at the nonprofit organization knew that Whaleback was worth protecting, so they now work to keep the area hot spot alive depending on the community's support. Under the new nonprofit model, Whaleback's 30 trails, descending 900 feet, remain open to skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels and ages, whether they stick to the bunny hill or dare to explore the five double-black-diamond runs. Newbies can hone their skills with the help of the learning center's professional instructors, and strap on gear from the rental shop. After a day of speeding down expertly groomed trails, guests can unthaw at the rustic lodge, sipping drinks and sharing stories about out-skiing the on-site abominable snowman.

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