About Mount Sunapee
Mount Sunapee Resort celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2008. The history of Mount Sunapee took a major turn in 1998 when the State of New Hampshire leased Mount Sunapee to Tim and Diane Mueller, owners of Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow, Vermont. Since then, Tim, Diane and the Mount Sunapee Team have been hard at work creating one of the best ski areas in the East.
Tim and Diane Mueller's vision for Mount Sunapee has transformed the resort into one of the top ranked ski resorts in the East.
Don’t take our word for it, however, just take a look at the testimonials from our guests.
Find facts & figures about Mount Sunapee as well as press releases, exciting photos, logos and the mountain map, which can all be downloaded.
Mount Sunapee will reveal that we are the shortest drive from southern New Hampshire and eastern Massachusetts to a truly big mountain skiing and riding experience.
Mount Sunapee is just as much fun for our staff as it is for our guests. Imagine having free skiing and/or snowboarding as a benefit. We have positions available to fit just about any work schedule: weekends, midweek, part-time and full-time.
On our web site, in our materials and around the resort you will see our sponsors and marketing partners. For your convenience we have provided links to their web sites.
Hours of Operation
Mount Sunapee has various hours of operation depending on the time of season and day of the week. This page will help you identify the hours of operation for the entire year.
Protecting the environment is one of Mount Sunapee’s core values. The use of bio-diesel in our heavy machinery, as well as fourty eight high-efficiency tower snow guns allow us to deliver a great product with as minimal an impact on the environment as possible.