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Mount Sunapee Photo Galleries

During the year we have lots of fun events and great sights to share. This section of the website is dedicated to showing all fun and excitement that happens during the season at Mount Sunapee Resort.

Slush Cup 2013

Annual Slush Cup
A colder day this year with 37 degree water and 83 feet of water to navigate.  There were some great splash downs this year including a gorilla and the Easter bunny.  Participants' ages ranged from just 6 years old to people in their 60s.

ICSR 2010

Annual Intragalactic Cardboard Sled Race
A beautiful day on the beach at Mount Sunapee.  The sleds, costumes and delicious foods made up a great, fun-filled event -- and the crashes weren't bad either.  Thank you to all who participated and donated to David's House.  

Slush Cup 2010

Annual Slush Cup
We couldn't of had better weather for the event.  It was a shirt and shorts day with temps hitting near 80 degrees warming the pond a comfortable 41 degrees.  The total pond length was shortened to 83ft.  It helped some get across the pond, however others weren't so lucky.

Dummy Air 2010

Annual Dummy Big Air
What a great day!  We would like to thank everyone who participated and thank you to our sponsor Harpoon Brewery.  Each year the creativity and excitement increases and we are already looking forward to our 5th Dummy Bir Air!

Cardboard Sled Race 2009

Annual Intragalatic Cardboard Sled Race
We had a great time at this year's sled race.  We had some GREAT cardboard sleds and the judges got spoiled with all the bribes.  We would like to thank everyone who participated, thank you to our sponsor Harpoon Brewery, and thank you to everyone who donated to David's House.

Slush Cup 09

Annual Mount Sunapee Slush Cup
Boy was it a splash this year!  Our 200 participants did a great job getting across the 83' pond.  Some made it, some didn 't but, everyone had a blast.  Elmo made an appearance as well as Batman and Capt. America.  And of course, let's not forget our frogmen and women for keeping them all safe.  See you next year!