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Granite Gorge Ski Area

341 Route 9
603-358-5000

Come on up to Granite Gorge Ski Area, conveniently located in southwest NH, directly on Route 9 in Keene NH, exit 3 Brattleboro off Interstate 91. With its North Face, protection from the wind, 525-foot vertical drop, ability to hold snow and affordable prices, Granite Gorge is a place to check out this season. Now known world-wide for our signature VW bus, The GG Terrain Park crew is ready to build you challenges on our top-to-bottom terrain parks. They are innovative and committed, so prepare yourself for the ride! Granite Gorge has incredible natural snowmaking drawing our crystal clear frosted water straight from Mother Nature for superior top-to-bottom snowmaking and grooming conditions. The summit double chairlift, Pinnacle Express, provides a beautiful scenic 5-minute ride to the top and the diverse trails are never crowded. The CB-1 Handle Tow services the easier terrain of Bunny Buster and the BB Terrain Park. The Glider Learning Parks serviced by the Blue Dot Wondercarpet lift is the perfect learning terrain. Enjoy your runs New England’s best tubing park serviced by the supersmooth Wondercarpet lift. The Gorge features a 12 kilometer trail circuit out to and around Otter Brook Lake, groomed for both skating and classic Nordic skiing. Snowshoeing is available. In appreciation of all snowriders for the 2010/2011 season Granite Gorge has lowered all lift ticket prices including tubing. Granite Gorge is a great place to gather your family, friends, co-workers, or just come up yourself! Relax in our Base Lodge or Pacific Yurt. The Gorge has something for everyone, so, come on up – you’ve got to ski it to believe it!



Reviews

Elaine Hall

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Sunday, March 4, 2018
Very casual atmosphere. Food is limited but good. Venue is fun by the ski slope and tube run. I love when there is a fire pit roaring.

Julie Harrison

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Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
Very disappointing. Drove over 2 hours for the cosmic tubing that is advertised as glowing tubes, black lights and glow necklaces which wasn’t the case at all. All that was there was three sketchy tubing lanes lite up by bright white lights (not black lights as shown on the website pictures and YouTube videos). No necklaces were given to our group. I saw a few kids with glow sticks but was told they brought them. One of the lanes was so close to the edge and didn’t have any barrier to prevent anyone from going off the edge. What a waste of time and money. We will not be going back!

Adam MacLeod

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Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Very well groomed resort with consistent conditions. Bought a season pass and love it. Awesome little place!

Melissa Page

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Enjoyed tubing. Been here several times and always have a good time.

Liza Rice

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Friday, Feb. 2, 2018
I just want to share the experience that I just had at Granite Gorge. For those of you who don’t know there are after school programs that ski at Granite Gorge. This season the ski lift has been down numerous times so the skiers had to climb the mountain or use the crowded carrot lift to ski. I understand that ski lifts break down but 3 out of 5 times is a bit much. Myself and some other parents tried to talk to the mountain about compensation a few weeks ago and they told us that they were meeting and would get back to us. I left my name and number and didn’t here anything. Tonight the ski lift was working but they were now short instructors. To give them credit they did say they would add a lesson to the end of the six weeks but the way I was spoken to and treated by both owners I will not return to that mountain. My daughters and numerous other kids and families witnessed a man speaking to me in a very disrespectful way. When I started to explain what my concerns were the co-owner said to me in a very rude way “ Lady, I am not listening to you complain go somewhere else, like Crotched Mountain”. This man kept referring to me as “Lady”. I obviously didn’t get anywhere with him so when I asked the other co-owner for a face to face intelligent conversation I was told to “go onto Facebook and message me” and that he didn’t have time to talk to me. There were other words exchanged but I will spare you all. I have never in my life experienced such poor customer service. My point of this post is to let you know that this mountain is not kid friendly or family friendly. I am very disappointed in the way I was treated by grown men and even more disappointed to have my daughters witness men speaking to a woman that way. My family and I know of at least 3 other families who were there tonight and have reached out to me that will not be returning to Granite Gorge.

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