The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down! Some New Hampshire ski areas turn on the lights to let you ski well into the night. Please note: this information is for the 2017/18 season. We will update for 2018/19 as the season gets closer.
Abenaki Ski Area
Abenaki is home to seven trails and a terrain park. The ski area is open for night skiing until 7pm Wednesday-Saturday, and until 6pm on Sundays. Night skiing is also offered on holiday periods.
Bretton Woods offers skiing and riding on 5 trails with 2 lifts operating. Night skiing is offered until 8pm most Fridays and Saturdays mid-season, as well as during holiday periods.
Cranmore Mountain Resort
Cranmore is open for night skiing until 8pm on Saturdays and holidays.
Granite Gorge offers night skiing and riding on 10 trails with 4 lifts operating. Night skiing is offered until 8pm Thursday-Saturday nights and 6pm on Wednesday nights.
Gunstock Mountain Resort
Gunstock's Night Sessions offers an all-mountain night lift ticket, rentals, Quick Tips from roaming instructors, and 2 runs on either our Tubing Hill or the Mountain Coaster.
King Pine at Purity Spring Resort
King Pine offers night skiing and riding on 10 trails with 3 lifts operating. Night skiing is offered from 4-9pm on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and holiday periods. Save with the Moonlight Family 4-pack.
McIntyre Ski Area
McIntyre offers night skiing and riding on 9 trails with 5 lifts operating. Night skiing is offered until 6:00pm, Sunday-Tuesday and until 9:30pm Wednesday-Saturday.
Pats Peak offers night skiing and riding on 22 trails with 10 lifts operating. Night skiing is normally offered until 9pm Monday-Thursday, and until 10pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Saturday Nights are POP (Pay-One-Price) which include skiing, snowboarding, tubing, rentals, and lesson tips.