Mt. Prospect Discontinues Operations
The Northern New Hampshire ski area will not operate this winter.
Saturday, February 5, 2022,

In a Facebook post on the eve of one of Northern New Hampshire's largest snowfalls of the winter, Mt. Prospect announced it will not operate this season.

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The northernmost ski area in the Granite State, Mt. Prospect has been in continuous operation since the winter of 2007-08, following a decade-plus stretch of being idle. Mt. Eustis reopened in the winter of 2014-15, providing Northern New Hampshire residents with another rope tow option. In recent winters, Mt. Prospect has only been in operation a few hours per week. Visitation, volunteer participation, insurance, and equipment have been struggles for the non-profit ski area.

Mt. Prospect

Mt. Prospect is one of three state-owned ski areas in New Hampshire. Located in Weeks State Park, the rope tow dates back to the early 1940s and has a 250 foot vertical drop. Additional backcountry and touring terrain connect to the ski area.

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