Beck Brook picks up where 'T. Chute' ends. This trail will get you to the Dare Ya and Double Dare Ya glades as well as to the much easier Ridge trail.
Our beginner terrain park. This trail is designed to help you learn how to catch air, and more importantly, how to land that air.
This area has plenty of space to learn to ski and/or snowboard. All the trails above eventually run into Coconut Grove.
A simple trail for getting back to the Wingdings. Cuts across Wingding to Skyway.
A great trail to take for a first timer off of the chairlift. As you decend, the trail opens up to a beautiful view of the main mountain, giving you a glimpse of what's next!
Fin will bring you to South Peak from the main mountain. Coming down from Lower Ridge is the easiest way to get to this trail.
A mellow run off our longest carpet lift. If you are able to get down this slope with relative ease, you might be ready for your first lift ride on the Clipper Ship Quad.
Flyway, also known as the 'Beach' is where everything connects back together. This trail runs down hill from Sunapee Lodge to the Spruce Triple.
A small practice area with a dedicated lift to get you right back up to try it again.
A small trail that cuts back into the main area.
A great trail for beginners, Lower Ridge gives you a little challenge while still staying nice and wide to practice those turns.
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The trail allows for easier access to the North Peak area (the steepest location at the mountain) from Westisde. With a slight uphill beginning, this trail takes some cross-country work but leads to some of the most advanced terrain.
A beautiful trail with tall trees on both sides. It makes you feel like you're skiing in a forest, without have to worry about any actual trees in your way.
Portage is a quick turn-off to Lower Blast-Off.
A wide slope with a great fall line. Use the Flying Carpet to access this section.
A great starter slope off of the Clipper Ship Quad. The pitch on this trail is very mellow making it a great learning slope for skiers and snowboarders alike.
If you've hit this trail it's smooth sailing to the lift. Cutting under the quad lift this is the final stretch to the end of a fun run.
A nice, quick way to get over to the Sunapee Express lift when you want to leave the South Peak Learning Area.
This trail cuts perpendicular to the fall line. It is the easiest path to take from the North Peak Triple lift and will bring you to some of the favorites like Chipmunk and Lower Ridge.
This fun trail is like a roller coaster down the mountain and opens up to a wider area as it runs under the Sunapee Express. You then can choose your own path down Chipmunk, Hansen Chase, Toboggan Chute, or Kickback.
The easy way around Chase Ledges. A bit narrow but with a very slight pitched slope. Make sure to look uphill before merging.
Chipmunk is a favorite of the locals. This cruiser is a great wavy run for beginners looking for some more challenge. If you are looking for a different route at the bottom, cut over on skier's right to Hansen-Chase for some wide cruisin' before the lift.
Our mid-mountain terrain park. Eastside is home to jumps and rollers in a skier/boarder cross course. A great trail for children and adults alike, there's something fun for everyone.
Eggbeater is a wide cruiser and location for NASTAR and many of our alpine races and events. One of the first runs to get tracks in the morning, this is a great warm-up run off of Spruce Lift or a good cooldown coming off of Flying Goose and Goosebumps.
Elliot Slope is part of the Six O' Three terrain park. This trail is home to a boarder/skier cross course that is great for all ages and abilities
A gentle slope that has a fun s-curve at the end before reaching the intersection of Skyway and Liftline. This is the easiest way to acces the Sunbowl off of the North Peak Triple.
Guster will bring you to Eggbeater and the NASTAR course. You'll go under the classic Duckling Double lift first, offering a reminder of the older days of the mountain.
A nice, wide trail that runs under the Sunapee Express high speed quad. This trail has a small pocket on skier's left called the 'Natural Zone'. This area is not meticulously maintained like the rest of the trail. Instead, we let Mother Nature and our skiers take over. A fun spot to remember how skiing used to be before snowmaking and grooming.
Jetstream is the real deal when it comes to going big. This terrain park contains our largest features with huge jumps and plenty of advanced boxes and rails.
Kartwheel is a tighter trail with two lift towers so make sure to ski and ride in control. There is a fun steep pitch towards the end right before leveling off in the slow zone.
A fun trail that gives you a large left turn bank for some deep carving turns before turning onto Chipmunk.
Time to showoff under the lift on some of the most fun moguls on the mountain. With the warm sun hitting these bumps throughout the day, this trail is a great place to enjoy some softer moguls. The trail is split in half so cruisers can still enjoy a great trail on skier's right.
Lower Blast-Off contains one of the several 'Natural Zones' we offer. You'll find this spot on skiers right. This trail offers a long cruiser section at the bottom where you can ski next to your friends and catch up!
Lower Cataract meets up with Sundance and is a good cool down trail before loading on the Sunbowl Quad.
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At this point your legs are burning from the bump run you just took in the mogul field. Now take a few big turns and get back on the lift for another great run.
If you took the whole Wingding trail without a break your legs might be burning. Well, this final section will still make you feel the burn as you decend down the last steep part before reaching the lift.
Some of the more interesting terrain on the mountain, this section contains twists and turns with a good balance of steepness for an all around fun run. Make sure to dip into the 'Natural Zone' found on skier's right towards the end.
A short cut-off trail from Bonanza that will bypass the steep section of Skyway Ledges.
Outer Ridge catches all the skiers and riders coming out of the Ridge Glades. This run starts off with moderate steepness, banks in a large right turn, and then mellows out towards the end before meeting up with Lower Ridge.
The perfect place to start learning how to ski or ride in the trees. This glade is designed for the beginner with a gentle slope and widely spaced trees.
This is our most popular terrain park! Within you can find tons of boxes, rails, and jumps, all sized for the intermediate freestyler.
Porky's is an alternative way of accessing Upper Wingding and Stovepipe off of the Sunbowl Express. This trail offers some of our favorite views on the mountain and starts off flat before going down an exhilarating chute down onto Upper Wingding.
Looking for a wide cruiser? You got it! Skyway is a wonderful run for the cruisers and gets plenty of sun throughout the day. This is one of our favorite trails on a powder day with powder stashes on skier's right and plenty of room for wide carves.
Some of the steeper terrain off of the summit. This trail can bring you to either the Sunbowl via Skyway or Eastside, or back to the main base area if you take Westside. If the first part is a bit too steep, take Bonanza and then cut back to the bottom of the steep section by way of Old Goat. This trail offers one of the best views of Lake Sunapee and the surrounding region, including Mt. Washington on a clear day. One of our favorite photo spots!
Your first chance to make a run under the chairlift. A small moderate pitch before leveling off and merging into the main learning area. This trail is often ungroomed and gives beginners their first taste of natural snow conditions.
Stovepipe provides access to one of the most fun trails on the mountain: Williamson. Accessed from Upper Wingding, Stovepipe has moderate steepness and is often ungroomed for natural snow conditions.
Sundance is relatively flat compared to the neighboring trails. But, that gives you a second to catch your breath before hitting the steeps of Kartwheel and Cataract.
A great cruiser top to bottom and our easiest trail from the Summit. The entire Ridge trail is over 2 miles long so it's a great first run, or perfect for the beginner that wants to spend more time on the big mountain learning. Expect some pleasant views on your way down with a very fun sequence of turns at the top.
We aren't sure what's better on this trail, the snow, the sun, or the view. Upper Wingding will bring you into the Sunbowl area which features nice morning sunshine and a view of Lake Sunapee that can't be missed. You can access Williamson if you're looking for a long natural snow run or Lift Line if moguls are your thing.
Westside is a fun trail with views of the lake and North Peak summit. More mellow than Skyway Ledges above, this trail gives some challenging steeps before leveling off towards the end.
A truly unique trail that relies on Mother Nature for snow. This relatively narrow trail is one of the favorites on the mountain and you'll feel one with nature as you cruise down this scenic run.
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This gladed run drops off of Upper Ridge and offers an exhilarating run through trees onto Beck Brook where you can then pick up Dare Ya or relax and head back onto Ridge.
Gives a great view of the South Peak Learning Area trail system. This trail has one fairly steep but short slope right before opening up to Hansen-Chase.
Jump in the trees, we dare ya! This fun glade has a small twisty trail with widely spaced trees on the edges for some fun. Find your own line.
Looking for speed? You'll find it on Lynx. This steep trail is a great spot to work on high speed turning and control and it's where most of our downhill races are hosted and where alpine athletes train.
Is there a trail at Sunapee more iconic than Blast-Off? Often the first trail to open every season, this trail starts with a small headwall that gets you pumped for the twists and turns that follow. Always a great run!
A great trail off of North Peak to access the Sunbowl. This trail is split-- on skier's right a cruiser, on skier's left soft bumps. A great first run on a powder day!
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Bumps! If you need a challenging mogul field this is your trail. This is our biggest mogul field on the mountain and it's made naturally by skiers and our freestyle team so buckle up and pick a line.
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A quick drop down into Chase Ledges or Byway. You can get over to Kickback but make sure to look uphill before cutting across.
Arguably the best glade on the mountain. You can access this glade off of the North Peak triple and if you like skiing in trees this is a must-run.
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If you didn't take the dare from the previous trail then we double dare ya to take this one. Steeper than it's counterpart, Double Dare Ya gives you a challenge in the trees before connecting up with Dare Ya.
For those looking for vertical drop, Goosebumps is the trail. This is our steepest trail on the mountain and one of the best overall (especially on a powder day). This is one way to the NASTAR course below on Eggbeater.
A gladed trail that has one main path cut out but with tons of various fall-lines through the trees. As you work your way down the trees thin out until you pop out onto Crossover.
A moderately easy glade by comparison, Ridge Glades features trees spaced roughly 3-4 feet apart. If you are looking to try some glades during your visit this is a good first stop before trying some of the harder stuff.
Tight trees are what you'll get in this glade. A fun gladed run that has plenty of lines to take and eventually dumps out on to Upper Blast-Off.
A tight glade that is one of the first to soften up with the morning sun.
Calypso can be found on our South Peak Learning Area. This is a great place to start learning how to go off jumps and more importantly, how to land once you're airborne. Features in this park are small.
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Eastside is our mid-mountain skier/boarder cross terrain park. This park has zero metal features but does contain our halfpipe and a few other smaller and medium sized features.
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Ready to start your adventure in the park? Come take a run through Elliot to learn on small features or take it on your first trip down to warm up before progessing to Pipeline.
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Jetstream is the real deal when it comes to going big. This terrain park contains our largest features like our hubba setups, XL kickers, and plenty of advanced boxes and rails.
This is our most popular terrain park! Within you can find tons of boxes, rails, and jumps, all sized for the intermediate freestyler.
This is our longest carpet lift at 340 feet. Once you feel comfortable using this lift and sking or riding down to the base it may be time to give the Clippership chairlift a shot. Remember, if it is your first time loading a lift, make sure to ask the lift attendant for directions.
Our second carpet lift, new this season, helps beginners get up to a perfect slope geared towards them. This area is fenced off from the rest of the learning area, making it easier to concentrate on making turns.
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North Peak Triple is the lift to take if you are looking for some steep terrain. Off of the North Peak, you will find our steepest run, Goosebumps as well as our largest bump field and the all-time favorite Lynx.
Spruce Triple is in the home of the Bob Skinner's Six O' Three terrain park. This lift runs right up the middle of our main terrain park and gives you plenty to watch as you ride up.
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Our beginner lift. This lift is run at a slower pace than the main mountain, giving you more time to get up to the load line.
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Our 6000' long lift. This high-speed quad will get you back up to the top in 6 minutes so you can do what you really enjoy!
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NEW High-speed Quad for 2014-15. Get to the summit in half the time!The Sunbowl has great sunshine throughout the day. A great chance to get that goggle tan you've been working so hard on this season.Make sure to look over your shoulder on the way up for some amazing views of the region.
Piggyback is a rope tow for adult lessons. This area of the mountain is great for making a few turns and then quickly getting back to the top to do it again. Practice makes perfect.
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