|Attitash Mountain Resort|
A view of Attitash and Bear Peak
|Location||Bartlett, New Hampshire, US|
|Nearest city||North Conway|
|Vertical||1,750 ft (530 m)|
- 29% beginner
- 44% intermediate
- 27% advanced
|Lift system||10 chairs: 2 High Speed Quads, 1 Quad, 3 Triples, 3 Double, 1 Surface Lift|
Attitash Mountain Resort is a ski area located on U.S. Route 302 in Bartlett, New Hampshire, near North Conway. Constructed in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration, Attitash is operated by Peak Resorts under a special-use permit with the White Mountain National Forest.
Located in the heart of the White Mountains, Attitash is home to two mountains, Attitash and Bear Peak. Attitash/Bear Peak has a total of 68 ski runs. It is a resort that appeals to all skill levels.
Attitash has two mountains, both of which offer a variety of terrain. Attitash consists of old New England-style trails. The more challenging terrain on this mountain are narrow trails with challenging fall lines. It also offers a learning center, featuring a Snowbelt, Learning Center chairlift and the Double Double chairlift (627 vertical feet in 11 minutes), which provides access to longer greens trails and the terrain park. Bear Peak was developed by the American Ski Company and features wider trails and glades. Both mountains have high-speed quads, the Flying Bear at Bear Peak taking skiers straight to the summit (1,462 vertical feet in 8 minutes), and the Flying Yankee at Attitash taking skiers halfway up the mountain (860 vertical feet in 6 minutes). The Summit Triple (1,659 vertical feet) takes about 11.5 minutes to get to the top.
Attitash also has summer activities, including a miniature water park, an alpine slide, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Peak Resorts has brought new attractions like the year-round mountain coaster (a faster, powered version of the alpine slide), a climbing wall, four Euro bungee trampolines, a giant air bag jump, and the newest attraction, the East Coast's longest single-span zip-line. Peak Resorts has improved year-round operation in hopes for high enough profit to replace the summit triple with a high-speed quad.