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New Hampshire Ski Areas Shut Down
There are no chairlift served ski areas remaining in operation in New England.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com



Following an order to Cannon Mountain from Governor Chris Sununu, New Hampshire's remaining operating ski areas have shut down.

Governor Sununu had issued an order yesterday directing Cannon to remain open, but with limited services to prevent crowds from forming. He changed course today, stating, "It has become clear today that large amounts of public congregation is occurring at Cannon Mountain."

As a result, Bretton Woods, Cannon, Gunstock, and Waterville Valley are ceasing operations at the end of today. Cannon and Gunstock are government owned and operated. Sununu's family owns Waterville Valley.

With the exception of Lonesome Pine Trails in Northern Maine, all ski areas in New England have shut down.



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