Mount Sunapee Resort is conveniently located in southern New Hampshire in proximity to Interstates I-89 and I-91.
Address and Phone Numbers
Mount Sunapee Resort
1398 Route 103
PO Box 2021
Newbury, NH 03255
General Information: 603-763-3500
Resort Fax: 603-763-5989
Bruce Schmidt, General Manager
Megan Burch, Marketing
Slopes & Trails
66 trails and slopes covering 233 skiable acres (18 miles of terrain)
17 easier trails, 32 more difficult trails, 17 most difficult trails
Summit elevation: 2,743 feet
Vertical drop: 1,510 feet (highest in southern New Hampshire)
Longest trail: Two miles (The Ridge Trail)
Four terrain parks, four mogul runs, nine glades
SCOTT USA Terrain Park - 18+ S, M, L & XL features including airbag
Calypso Park - 5 small features on South Peak
Eastside Border-Cross Park - 16 medium features all built out of snow
Nordica Learn-to-Drop Beginner Park
9, including 3 quad chairs (two high-speed), 2 triple chairs, 4 surface lifts
Late-November to Mid-April
97% of all terrain
PSIA Ski & Snowboard School
Mountain Outfitters Retail Shops
Mother Goose Childcare
Mount Sunapee Express Rental Shop
- Burton Learn to Ride Center
- Repairs/Tuning Shop
Goosefeathers Pub (waited service)
Sunapee Lodge, Spruce Lodge and Summit Lodge Food Courts
Recreational Racing (NASTAR)
Seasonal Children's Alpine Programs
New England Handicapped Sports Association (NEHSA)
Hearthstone Room Meeting and Function Facility
Free Bag Storage
PSIA Ski & Snowboard School with private and group instruction available. Children’s ski and snowboard programs and learn-to-ski & snowboard packages. Mount Sunapee is home to the New England Handicapped Sports Association (NEHSA) and offers ski lessons, racing programs, and recreational skiing services to disabled skiers.
Mount Sunapee’s Mother Goose Childcare offers childcare with full- and half-day sessions available. Lunch is included with all full-day sessions.
Check out a selection of over 20 lodging properties in the immediate Mount Sunapee region.
On I-89 North: Take Exit 9 and head west on Rte. 103 for about 16 miles. We’re on the left, just after the town of Newbury.
On I-89 South: Take a right off Exit 12A and follow to Route 11. Turn right onto Route 11 and follow to 103B, which will take you to the Mount Sunapee traffic circle.
On I-91: Take Exit 8 (in Vermont), and go east on Rte. 103 through Claremont and Newport. We’re on the right off the Mount Sunapee traffic circle.
Boston, MA: 90 min
Concord, NH: 30 min
Hartford, CT: 2.5 hrs
Manchester, NH: 45 min
Nashua, NH: 60 min
Providence, RI: 2.5 hrs
Worcester, MA: 2.0 hrs