Ragged Mountain

620 Ragged Mountain Road, PO Box 317, Danbury , NH (Driving Directions to Ragged Mountain)
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Last Updated: 12/20/2014 11:40 PM

Ragged Mountain Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

  • 12 Beginner
  • 11 Intermediate
  • 19 Advanced
  • 4 Expert
Discover Ragged Mountain in Danbury, New Hampshire, where snow is just around the corner. With close to $2 million of resort improvements including a huge new tubing park, more beginner terrain, more snowmaking and two new glades, there have never been so many reasons to ski and ride at Ragged Mountain. Home to New Hampshire’s only high speed 6-Pack, Ragged ... Mountain offers a total of 55 trails that include wide open cruisers, 16 glades, top-to-bottom green circle runs, a gentle-sloping beginner area and three terrain parks meeting the needs of all abilities.

The new Tubing Park at Ragged Mountain is 10 lanes wide, and over two football fields long. You’ll find thrill and adventure at each spin of your tube.

The Ragged Mountain Ski School offers a programs for all abilities including our Learn to Ski & Ride 3-day program, where new skiers and riders can earn a free season pass, kids camps, and private lessons.

Make sure to check out the Harvest Cafeteria, Tallulah’s Tavern or The Pub for daily specials and après ski parties.
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Ragged Mountain Amenities

  • Night Skiing Night Skiing
    Night skiing available; an extra charge may apply.
  • Terrain Park Terrain Park
    Ski area offers at least one terrain park.
  • Half Pipe Half Pipe
    Ski area offers a half pipe.
  • Cat Skiing Cat Skiing
    Cat skiing is available at this resort; may entail an add'l cost
  • Snow Making Snow Making
    Ski area offers snow making for additional coverage.
  • Daycare Available Daycare Available
    Guests have access to daycare services; an additional charge may apply.
  • Slopeside Dining Slopeside Dining
    Resort offers at least one restaurant on the slopes; hours may vary.
  • Slopeside Lodging Slopeside Lodging
    This resort has slopeside lodging available; it may or may not be ski in/ski out.
  • Tubing Tubing
    This resort offers tubing activities; additional charges may apply
  • Wi-Fi Access Wi-Fi Access
    This resort is equipped with internet access; additional charges may apply
  • Skiers Only Skiers Only
    This resort does not allow snowboarding.
  • Ropes Course/Aerial Park Ropes Course/Aerial Park
    Resort offers ropes course/aerial park. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Alpine Slide / Coaster Alpine Slide / Coaster
    Resort has Alpine Slide, Alpine Coast or both. Additional charges may apply, may only be open in summer.
  • Concerts / Festivals Concerts / Festivals
    Frequent host of concerts or festivals.
  • Event Space/Conference Center Event Space/Conference Center
    Resort has event space & conference center available.
  • Former Olympic Site Former Olympic Site
    Resort is a former Olympic site.
  • Gambling Gambling
    Resort has legal gambling services.
  • Golf Course Golf Course
    Resort has a golf course. Additional charges may apply, may only be open in summer.
  • Gondola Rides Gondola Rides
    Resort offers gondola rides.
  • Hiking Hiking
    Resort offers hiking trails and services. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Ice Skating Ice Skating
    Resort offers ice skating activities.
  • Indoor Waterpark Indoor Waterpark
    Resort offers indoor waterpark.
  • Mountain Biking Mountain Biking
    Resort offers mountain biking. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Outdoor Waterpark Outdoor Waterpark
    Resort offers outdoor water park. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Segway Tours Segway Tours
    Resort offers segway tours. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Snowmobiling Snowmobiling
    Resort offers snowmobiling. Additional charges may apply.
  • Spa Spa
    Resort offers spa services. Additional charges may apply.
  • Zipline Zipline
    Resort offers zipline activities. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.

Ragged Mountain Operations

Status

Open

Lifts Open/Total

4 of 5

Weekday Hours

Mon-Fri: 9a-4p

Trails Open/Total

15 of 50

Weekend Hours

Sat/Sun: 8:30a-4p

Acres Open/Total

71 of

Ragged Mountain Snow Report & Ski Conditions

Base Elevation

1,000 ft

24-hr Snowfall

0"

Vertical Drop

1,250 ft

Avg Base Depth

21-38"

Peak Elevation

2,250 ft

Ragged Mountain Ski Pictures and Photos

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Ragged Mountain Reviews & Tips (155)

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This was a great find . 1 and 3/4 hours from Boston and the skiing on Friday last week was perfect . No lines and really friendly mountain where everyone works hard to make sure you feel at home . It is a smaller resort with only one lodge - no mountain top place to stop for coffee but a very nice atmosphere in the lodge . I will definitely be going back . Not sure why I never heard of it before . A well kept secret .
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 26 2014 - 08:55 AM
 
Steve - Boston Intermediate Skier
3/23/14-Absolutely perfect conditions, not a patch of ice to be found, some crust on some of the ungroomed snow but very managable. First time back at ragged after taking 8 years off from skiing. Detachable 6 pack means no lines. The only thing I was dissappointed by was the fact that the double chair wasn't running. While that terrain can be accessed from the top, with two beginners ages 6 & 8, they struggled with some of the intermedates off the top. They wanted to go back to the barnyard which was too easy & short for them. All and all we had a great time. Hoping the conditions stay a few more weeks would like to get out more. The 1000ft of elevation makes a big difference in those boarderline storms. Some of our neighbors skiied other area's just south and said conditions weren't great when we were skiing powder/packed powder!
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 25 2014 - 02:36 PM
 
Eric Advanced Skier
Must add SkiBoards to your list of sliding on snow methods. Haha OK here is my thoughts on Ragged ..... I am not sure how much I will go back. It has nothing to do with the mountain or the people there. The conditions have been great the people that work there great. But, Management needs to get on the ball. I drive 2 hours and 30 min to get there. I always ski from as close to first lift to last lift. I bring snacks for the pocket and grab dinner after I ski at the lodge. Then I drive 2 hours and 30 min home. I know they close early so I rush and I mean rush to get in after last run. I have - wife, myself, 2 teen kids, Daughter and son inlaw, 4 grand children and we need food. On march 17th I do the last run down at 3:40. Change in the lodge and run to the restaurant. 4:25 or slightly before I am at the bar/pub and they turn us away ....... sorry closed!! Now I have to get off the road on the way home during rush hour etc COME ON MANAGEMENT ARE YOU LOOKING TO EARN MY BUSINESS? I am hungry as can be by this point. A good comparison mountain is Sunapee. we go there quite often as well. They have never shut down and I take my time. Come in have dinner etc. and go home they are 15 min closer as well. I hope not to sound crazy here but have spoken twice to management/persons on staff at that time - They say they are told to shut down by management. OK GreatMountain other wise. Hope someone at Ragged catches this. Enjoy and ski safe:-)
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 19 2014 - 03:19 PM
 
Ken Intermediate Skier
Fast comfortable lift with very little waiting on the busiest of days. When Ragged gets snow and the glades are opened they are challenging enough to compare to much larger resorts in VT, etc without the long drive to get there. They get more snow than Gunstock and Sunapee. Lift deals are phenomenal and quality of skiing is really good for a smaller mountain. This is a gem of a mtn not be overlooked if you ski the smaller places = best of the bunch by far.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 10 2014 - 04:59 PM
 
Greenbean Advanced Skier
Ragged is definitely a friendly place to ski and the conditions were great. I have been skiing ragged for 11 years as my finance family owes property right down the street. We also went during the week on a Friday and it was like we were the only ones on the mountain, definitely your moneys worth!!!Also we tried the new tubing park, what a blast, and you can get discount tickets at the counter where your purchase your tickets. I think ragged is a very family oriented mountain. The lift lines even on weekends is never a problem. the lodge is also a plus, big and has a beautiful fireplace that runs thru the middle and can sit right next to it on the hearth and get warm, definitely a must try mountain.!!!!!!!
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 10 2014 - 04:42 AM
 
Moe Intermediate Skier
Ragged is a great, laid back mountain. Even during both the MA and the NH Feb vacations there was minimal wait. The snow was great at the beginning of the year and now is well-groomed but a bit icy. The trail ratings are a bit cautious: groomed black diamonds are pretty intermediate when the snow is good. Of course, conditions can change that assessment. If a trail says "advanced skiers only", even if it's a green circle, it's advanced bc of ice and low cover. The six pack is a fast chair life; the other one (btwen the 6 pack and the bunny slope) is pretty slow but there's a nice black diamond (Stovepipe?) over there. It would probably be intermediate on a bigger mountain. My 8 year nephew had his first snow board lesson and was happy. He was able to negotiate the chair life by the end. All in all, a nice medium sized mountain without any drama and very friendly people.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 27 2014 - 08:47 AM
 
Nanette Intermediate Skier
First year I have tried Ragged. I have now gone to Ragged 3 times this year and plan a few more. The snow has been good and I am very happy with the mountain from the Groomed, Un-groomed, Park , and Glades. I do not rent skis and for that reason have had no interaction with the rent/school side of things. I have gone both alone and with my sons and there friends. There like the terrane park and glades. I like mixing it up. Over all skiing and lines are great. Cons - Well a few little things ...... A) the chair lifts seem to be very low-not a huge deal but it locked into the back of my boot several times moving forward on the seat fixes that but I have never had to do this and its on all there lifts .... B)This one is a bit more of an issue for me maybe not for others. I drive 2hr 15min to get to the mountain and like to eat at the mountain before we leave. When we finish at 4pm we like to grab a quick dinner and a beer make the full run home. This is what puzzles me ..... by the time we get our gear off and up to the food area it is about 4:30 and they are shutting things down. Had to chase someone down and ask if we could get food service ...... the answer was no we are closing. Beer and wine area is separate from food area which meant I went to the bar got a beer marched over to were the crew was and sat to get food .... as said above was told no food. One of the kids actually complained and they agreed to get us a pizza if we ordered right then .... we did. Food was good and they were not rude at all. Just factual. Over all still love this place fun short lines much to offer ... still room to improve ...... sure they will :-)
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 27 2014 - 08:20 AM
 
KBell36 Intermediate Skier
Ragged is a great mountain... I've never had to wait in line like the loon's, etc. Even better when you get discounted tickets here! My neighbor is 76 and skis like a madman!
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 21 2014 - 06:58 AM
 
Gee Intermediate Skier
First time visiting and I'll definitely go again. The six person flying couch is great. It didn't hurt that they just recently got dumped on. I recommend Flying Yankee, Raggae Glades, Exhibition Glades and the Waffle Cabin.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 17 2014 - 02:19 PM
 
Duck Dodgers Advanced Skier
I skied Ragged mid week with my daughter-in-law who snowboarded. Snow conditions were perfect-packed powder no icy spots anywhere. No lift lines. We packed a lunch and ate in the main lodge - free ice water. I recommend using the lower level spacious mens room with wooden bench for changing.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 14 2014 - 07:28 PM
 
Royster Intermediate Skier
The six-person chair is great. The triple to the west side is very slow for a short run…too bad cause there are good trails on that side. We had a beginner skier intermediate snowboarder and advanced skiers and all had a good time.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 11 2014 - 06:23 PM
 
Rufus T Woodrow Intermediate Skier
My first visit to Ragged. NO SNOW GROOMING!!!! The trail marking IS NOT GOOD. I had a map, but the beginner and intermediate signs look alike in both color and shape. Being unfamiliar with the mountain, I could not tell if I was in a mogul field or on flat terrine due to the mounds of snow. I was on the intermediate trail and wold have classified it as expert due to the horrible un-groomed trails. In addition, there were no visible mountain ambassadors and only one safety patrol person at the bottom but none on the mountain. I have been skiing for over 50 years, I do not need to take such risks. I'm going back to Sunapee.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 08 2014 - 10:25 AM
 
Cairn Intermediate Skier
Excellent! Great snow! Well groomed trails. Friendly people! Easy access to trails from the lodge. Will definitely come back for another visit!
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 04 2014 - 08:47 PM
 
Kay Intermediate Skier
My trip to Ragged was very enjoyable. Staff was friendly and helpful. Ski midweek, no lines, plenty of runs. Lots of fun.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 30 2014 - 09:44 AM
 
keith Intermediate Skier
Use the spear triple on race day. The snow's better and line is shorter. You can you the ride up to rest.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 28 2014 - 06:18 PM
 
Bob Apuzzo Advanced Skier
We bought our tickets and a Lunch voucher thru Liftopia . Ragged had an envelope with my name on it that contained the tickets, wickets, and the lunch vouchers. It was a very easy check-in process. Also, the skiing was great and not crowded at all.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 22 2014 - 03:59 PM
 
Ralph Intermediate Skier
Don't use GPS to get to this place. Got very lost and ended up taking small mountain road that lead me to closed back entrance to the resort. Directions on resort website are simple and more accurate. Anyway, once there we really enjoyed this mountain. Not very big but close to Boston so good for day trip. Lots of trails were closed due to lack of snow so could have been even better if more snow making or more natural snow. Trails off the right side of mountain nice and less crowded but the old Triple painfully slow after riding the high speed 6-pack all day. Kids loved the fried mac and cheese balls at the base lodge and the on mountain waffle house.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 22 2014 - 02:09 PM
 
Peter Intermediate Skier
Great Sunday at Ragged. All facets of Liftopia and the mountain worked well. Suggest those approaching Ragged from Rte 4 West off I89 look for New Canada Rd. It is dirt for about 3.5 miles but in good shape and saves about 5 miles as opposed to staying on pavement by going into Danbury and out Rte 104.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 07 2014 - 03:09 PM
 
Ken Clark Advanced Skier
The experience of Ragged can differ greatly depending on recent snowfall and cover on the glades and/or ungroomed trails. Most of the blue and black groomers seem indistinguishable as "steepish blue". (eg. My mid-blue wife finds Flying yankee too scary, and I find showboat hardly worth the slow triple). As a low-to-mid-black skier, my challenge (and fun) comes entirely in the gladed and bumped terrain. The six-pack express lift is a huge plus, and coupled with the "hidden gem" nature of Ragged, greatly helps to reduce lift lines. That being said, I felt the management of the short lift line on the day I went could have been much better. The singles and doubles lines would often extend well out the back of the ropes (into complete chaos) while the triple and 4-6 lines were barely 3 rows deep. (sending a few extra doubles and singles would have evened out the lines in less than a minute).
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 07 2014 - 03:07 PM
 
Andy Advanced Skier
I took my kids skiing on a Monday and there were only a few trails open. And the signage was confusing with three trail names bunched together. It really doesn't require much work to put a straight ahead arrow for the center trail. The lady at information desk was not much of help in telling what trail is best for what level of skier. The most dangerous part I observed was there was NO attendant at the Six Pack Express loading area to ensure the kids get on safely. We will never go back there again.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 03 2014 - 08:06 PM
 
LC Intermediate Skier
Awesome family mountain. I am a slower skier than my two teenage daughters and my husband and I were comfortable sending them off to ski on their own. Not super fancy, definitely not stuffy, very fun family skiing. Conditions were cold, but they were making snow so not too icy. We will be back!
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 02 2014 - 09:38 PM
 
Emmy Intermediate Skier
I took my two sons on the day before New Years. There were a lot of trails open and the mountain swallowed up the people. There were no lines for lifts. Trails are not very challenging, but still fun. Lift and rentals were comparably cheap. The trip an hour less from Connecticut than to other mountains. The family atmosphere was a plus.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 02 2014 - 05:00 PM
 
Jeff Intermediate Skier
Great Family Mountain! I wish they could serve better food! Waffles are delicious but they cost $4. I skied right before Christmas, many trails were not open, and you still had to pay full price for a lift ticket!
Ragged Mountain review written Dec 30 2013 - 07:04 AM
 
Ulrika Hedkvist Advanced Skier
Ragged is a fairly small mountain, but as a consequence, there's a strong feeling of family among the staff there, and they're very welcoming, friendly, and helpful. I've always had good luck with Ragged in terms of the mountain being minimally crowded, if at all. So you get great value, as you spend very little time waiting for lifts, and generally have a lot of room to work with on the slopes.
Ragged Mountain review written Dec 21 2013 - 08:55 AM
 
Fred Intermediate Snowboarder
My family and I have been season pass holders at a larger VT area for the past 11 years but my wife wanted someplace closer. Being from NH we decided on Ragged. We skied there the entire 2012-2013 season and we were very pleasantly surprised. The place has a very homey, comfortable feel. My 2 boys aged 5 and 11 were very at home hangin in the lodge after skiing as were many other kids. The cartoons right by the huge fireplace were a definite draw at days end. We invited many friends up to Ragged and they all really enjoyed it. Although not the biggest mountain the skiing is pretty varied. When we gets lots of natural snow and the glades open, the place is a real blast! Lines are non existent! The only day they were lines was the day after the "big" blizzard in Feb. Lines were maybe 15-20 minutes long at most and the shuttle driver said it was the most crowded he's ever seen it. The lodge was still fairly comfortable with this crowd. My 5 yrs old liked his seasonal program better than the VT place and both kids would like to ski there again. We found the staff ( instructors, parking attendantas, owner, etc.) to all be very friendly and helpful. Check this place out!
Ragged Mountain review written Apr 17 2013 - 08:05 PM
 
JT Ski Advanced Skier
I went on a power day 10" of fresh. I was in woods often, mountain skied big six pack lift fast only draw back spear lift slow it is inline for a faster detachable lift overall great day lots of runs 10 out of ten
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 23 2013 - 12:23 PM
 
Ray LeClaire Advanced Skier
Great family mountain with a lot of tree runs/coverage. North facing so the snow stays better, longer. Bring your own drinks, though, as a gatorade/juice is $4 dollars!!! General food prices aren't bad. Deli and a couple bars/restaurants upstairs - big new lodge that's nice and open. Had a great time. Kids liked the "beginner" terrain park (along with an advanced one).
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 18 2013 - 01:05 PM
 
Jon Advanced Skier
Nice for a Boston day trip at Liftopia prices. The six-seater chair is quick and services several good trails, the three-seater to the other peak is slow, but the runs on that side are equally enjoyable. Our first time was with crapppy spring snow and ungroomed edges…will try again with real snow
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 16 2013 - 02:19 PM
 
rufus t woodrow Intermediate Skier
Ragged is a quick ride from Boston, inexpensive all around, terrain for all types, and most important small enough to let the little ones explore on their own! All trails lead to the same area!
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 13 2013 - 07:04 AM
 
Tim Flanagan Advanced Skier
FANTASTIC TIME! Great conditions on Saturday 3/9/2013. Friendly, helpful staff and great peeps all around. Can’t wait to come back again. Thank you
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 12 2013 - 06:07 AM
 
Sally Advanced Skier
Great place for family skiing! Nice, easy runs. Enough variety for everyone.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 11 2013 - 03:05 PM
 
Cathy Intermediate Skier
We skied 4 half days at Ragged last week for MA school vacation. (Liftopia - please sell half day tickets!) We have two boys one six and one three. The barnyard area was excellent for my kids and they loved going through the barn. We put my little guy in private lessons with Duane and after just one session he could snow plow and stop on his own - a huge improvement. Melissa in the learning session was great and helped us get the best value for our whole group. We loved the fast six pack chair and could easily get 4 runs in the hour that our little guy was enjoying his lesson. The parking was so easy - no shuttle bus riding. Ragged is a great fit for our family - we'll be back.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 26 2013 - 11:35 AM
 
Kristy Advanced Skier
Great family mountain - ride the Six Pack chairlift - it's the fastest lift! The lodge is so convenient and the people who work there are great. We saved almost $50 with Liftopia.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 24 2013 - 11:14 AM
 
Kerry Ryan Intermediate Skier
Ragged is a good cruiser mountain for intermediates, although it doesn't offer too many challenges for the more advanced. The high-speed six-pack lift helps get skiers up to the top quickly.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 18 2013 - 08:42 AM
 
Jonathan S Intermediate Skier
Great mountain for skiiing! I went last Friday and had a blast. The lines were short, my husband and I went up about 10 times. I always do the greens, I did find the trails a little steep, but I managed since the snow was fantastic! The staff were all very helpful and friendly. I truly enjoyed Ragged for is atmosphere - it wasn't packed, short lines, great service and snow. We plan on going next year for sure.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 17 2013 - 05:49 PM
 
Vanessa Beginner Skier
The snow on Sunday after the blizzard of February 2013 was fabulous. Natural snow ski trails were awesome soft silent packed powder . The new snow making guns layer down the deepest base I ever saw at Ragged and then topped off from the blizzard was excellent. There was grooming but with such deep new packed powder it moguled up quickly . You have to know that is what happens after big snowfalls, they had groomed many trail contrary to other postings, it's just what happens when we get snow! Keeping with Ragged tradition of being real, there was a green ungroomed trail, so nice, nothing wrong with that, how is a beginner to learn otherwise? Liftopia purchased ticket tip , if you have a ticket only purchase,the center info desk in the base lodge hands them out in seconds! No waiting hardly at all.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 12 2013 - 05:26 PM
 
Bill Advanced Skier
The Blizzard of 2013 dumped some great powder (2/9/13), but absolutely NO grooming so basically every trail was a mogul.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 11 2013 - 05:44 PM
 
Dom Intermediate Skier
Although we only got one run in on 2/3/13, I was very pleased with the service of the First Aid staff at Ragged Mountain. My daughter had a snow boarding accident and they were swift to respond. They were very professional and put her safety as their main priority. We had to leave for a trip to the ER (she is ok with a mild concussion) but Ragged gave us passes to return and refunded her rental. We will return in the near future.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 06 2013 - 07:41 AM
 
Lynne Intermediate Skier
My friends and I went to Ragged Mountain on Super Bowl Sunday. We ordered the lift tickets from Liftopia with incredible price. We got there after 10 am so we had to park at lower parking lot. But surprisingly there is no wait time for the shuttle taking us to the base lodge. We had great day there. We’re also impressed by the well-organized lodge and services provided including drinking water. We brought our lunch with us, but we saw food that other people got from the cafeteria is high quality and served in ceramic plates. We decided to try the cafeteria food next time. If you don’t like to wait on line for a lift, you will like Ragged Mountain. The views from the top of the mountain are unbelievable. There is different level of runs from the top of mountains to the bottom.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 05 2013 - 06:40 PM
 
Julie Intermediate Skier
I love Ragged. I went with friends on Super Bowl Sunday, and we had a great time. I recommend taking the Spear Mountain chair. It may be slow, but it takes you to some great runs, and they're not crowded. WIth the money you save using liftopia, you should buy a waffle at the Waffle Cabin. They are fantastic-with or without the chocolate.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 05 2013 - 02:10 PM
 
Carol Intermediate Skier
Great Day Skiing no lines just runs The conditions were machine groomed that being said it was a great day, on the mountain Any day of Skiing is a good day !!! Every time I have gone to ragged it has been a wonderful day of skiing !! The people that work there are very friendly they have done so much with so little snow. Cant wait to back..
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 04 2013 - 02:31 PM
 
Derek Intermediate Skier
My son & future daughter-in-law & I skied on Wed. 1/30/13 in very foggy conditions. The message board at the lift was very helpful warning us to stay in the middle of the trails. My son & I used the good size men's room as a changing room- very accommodating.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 02 2013 - 09:07 AM
 
Joe Intermediate Skier
i ski at ragged often...usually alot of fun...nice folks, environs, etc. on 1/29/13 we had gotten alot of beautiful snow but the slopes were treacherous, the ski report was wrong, and i left after 2 runs . no groomers were out and they were not expecting to groom any slopes until that evening. i wasted 3 hours of travel and a day i could have enjoyed skiing with my son. i will go back, but right now i'm a little ticked off. they gave me coupons to return, not a refund.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 31 2013 - 02:50 PM
 
sally Intermediate Skier
went to ragged with my wife and two girls and had a super time on a Monday - no crowd, no "scene" and no wait in the lift line. on the day that we were there (1/28), it was good firm groom in the a.m. and it snowed gently throughout the day, softening things up nicely. the place is good by my standards for the relaxed vibe, good attitudes amongst the staff. the base area/facilities have character and the space is used less to squeeze every dollar and more to facilitate a good time (cubbies abound, food reasonably priced, parking right at the base, etc.) i'd go back w/o hesitation and would only qualify a recommendation with the caveat that the mountain is relatively small. in this case however, i think it's a plus and something that ragged manages to use to their advantage.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 30 2013 - 05:21 PM
 
David from Maryland Advanced Snowboarder
I've had a pass here for a number of years. Great deals available. A solid intermediate area, never any long lines, in fact, on weekdays, you have the trails almost to yourself. They've done a great job with improved snow making and grooming so conditions have been very good even in these last two years of scarce natural snow. A tip if coming from the south on I93 - take Exit 17 and follow Rte. 4 through the towns of Salisbury and Andover - it is the quickest way as I've researched all routes. And if you've got 4WD, take New Canada Rd. just before Danbury as it'll save you ~5 miles.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 26 2013 - 05:56 AM
 
Richard Intermediate Skier
First time at Ragged Mountain..skied with my two boys (13 and 25) both experts myself former expert now advanced intermediate. Pleasant surprise...trails that were open were in nice shape in the morning on what was the MLK 3 day weekend. Small to no wait on 6 pack chair.We realley enjoyed ourselves and will return. $10 coupon for lunch was nice in the Liftopia envelope...all very positive Oh and easy drive off exit 23 from I-93 Dick and the boys
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 22 2013 - 06:09 PM
 
Dick Intermediate Skier
Skied on 1/17 with son(boarder) and friends. Mountain is small but great for blues and greens! Absolutely no wait at the Six Pack lift and was literally skiing alone down some trails. Despite the warm weather the previous few days, the conditions were good thanks to the 3-4 inches the day before. Rentals were easy and the staff seemed to be waiting for me when I walked in the door. It did appear to be getting more crowded around 2pm when school let out, but we had gotten in so many runs by then we were tired! I would recommend Ragged to families, anyone new to skiing or boarding or those just wanting a relaxing day on the slopes. Don't expect a challenge or huge variety. I am happy going the same trails all day where many are not. With the Liftopia deal, Ragged is a no brainer midweek.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 22 2013 - 02:28 PM
 
Lauren Intermediate Skier
My ticket was ready and waiting for me in an envelope at the ticket booth. No issues. A very smooth operation!
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 21 2013 - 04:39 PM
 
Agnes Beginner Skier
Skied with my son who is a snowboarder for my Birthday on 1/15. Have not skied together in six years, he recently completed his time in the Air Force. We had a great day considering the little snow, conditions were quite skiable. Loved Spear Mtn. Ski Patrol very friendly. Will be back soon with my "snowbird" friend. Directions much quicker to exit 23 coming from Boston. Saved about 30 minutes than taking exit 17. First time at Ragged and will NOT be the last.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 17 2013 - 02:42 PM
 
Kathy Advanced Skier
Great Food! great Service. Staff was super friendly. A lot of the black diamonds were not open but we still had a great time!
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 16 2013 - 11:32 AM
 
Amanda Intermediate Snowboarder
couple of things this last time 1) parking attendant put all the ma cars way over to left and allowed only NH plates in the first 2 rows - we spoke to him and he would not reply 2) rental shop has less than courteous staff compared to the upstairs learn to ski group, I guess the big resort mentality is finally here - unfortunate because the trails are the same but attitude has changed I will continue to ski at Ragged but was dissapointed this time, considering I was boarding here since 1989 (burton split tail)
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 09 2013 - 05:04 AM
 
scott Advanced Snowboarder
They did away with the cards abd are back to the basic tickets! Ragged is a close mountain with alot to offer! There are so many trails my daughters and i like to ride. A few were not open this time but we were pleasantly surprised with some we never rode before and we liked! We will go back there at least a half dozen times again this year! Great condidtions
Ragged Mountain review written Dec 25 2012 - 02:16 PM
 
Ann Advanced Snowboarder
I took my wife and 2 daughters this past Sunday 3.11.12 for the first time. The best part was the lift lines~ quick moving, no lines! I thought the trails were not rated properly. I took my daughter whose a beginner on a green trail and it was extremely challenging! The trails need to be labeled better as you get off the lift so people can decide where they are going. The trails were very icy, not packed at all, bare spots and very challenging for a beginner skier! Towards the end of the day it was starting to get real slushy and getting into the lift lines was annoying going through the turn style. I felt like I was going to get on a train. The parking lot was a big muddy mess and needs to be paved! As they say you get what you pay for! Don't think we will be visiting Ragged Mountain ever again.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 13 2012 - 06:38 PM
 
Tim Intermediate Skier
I like the idea of RFID cards, but the way it is implemented is less than optimal. This is a hassle at the ticket window, it used to take less than a minute to get tickets last year for family of four, now i spent more than 5 minutes each time i gave them printout from Liftopia. And the way the entrance to the six-pack is organized is now more hassle than it used to be last year - you have to go up higher to pass electronic gates. And i really don't like the gates either - i go there to escape the hassles of civilization, so having to pass throgh the gates reminds me of getting to the train or metro - not exactly the experience I cherish on the ski slopes. This mixes experience aside, Ragged continues to be my favorite place to ski - their trails are never boring, and you never have to wait in lines. And the food is excellent!
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 12 2012 - 03:08 PM
 
Rafal Kozlowski Advanced Skier
My husband and I won a raffle. We purchased one ticket through Liftopia, So our party of three left for our ski day. We live a little over 2 hours away. We realized as we were approaching Ragged mountain that we left our winning raffle tickets at home. We decided to go in and explain or dilemma. The person behind the desk was very accomodating. She agreed to let us ski as we promised we would call the next day with our ticket numbers (which we did) The person who was on the desk the day I called back, was awaiting our call. We just loved this place. It was great for us (not great for them) as the mountain was empty. It was a Thurday, 65 degree dau, The view was amazing, as was the skiing. I would definately go back.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 12 2012 - 04:30 AM
 
Debbie Ladue Beginner Skier
The green trails were more like blues. The ski patrol person told me that the ratings there are different than other mountains. I have found most mountains to be similar in their ratings of novice trails (I've skied about a half dozen different resorts or so) but these were quite challenging. The surface also felt icy, they called it packed powder but i felt like i was sliding down sideways all the time. I could not enjoy myself even though the place was nearly empty so there were no waits for lifts and we had the trails to ourselves. There was quite a range regarding the staff. Some were great, enthusiastic and helpful. However, when I took my daughter in for the ski school, the staff looked devastated, like I had taken away their afternoon off. (she was the only child but we had called ahead a few days so they should have expected her) The instructor had to get his lunch before we started which was fine but my daughter said he barely said a thing to her and she didn't seem to be able to tell me anything she had learned. You would think she had lucked out getting a private lesson for the cost of a group lesson but I think the instructor would have had to do more with a group. My daughter also had the same complaint regarding the trails, that they were harder than any others we had been on. I would not recommend this place for beginners. One other thing I found striking about this place was the length of the trails, very very long, which would have been great if not for the steep portions of novice trails and the iciness.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 08 2012 - 08:33 PM
 
Vicki Beginner Skier
Our first time to Ragged - myself, and two 12 yo boys. We are probably upper intermediate skiiers. We visited Feb. 29th; I had purchased the Leap Day special ticket in advance. We had a wonderful ski day. There was hardly anyone there. It flurried/snowed lightly all day. Very good conditions. We skiied 24 runs by 2:30. Not all of the trails were open, and none of the glades. Our favorites of those that were open were Upper/Lower Exhibition, Birches, Upper Head Wall, and Upper Crew Cut. Upper Crew Cut is a blue, but it was definitely the most challenging trail we skiied as it is ungroomed and had moguls with ice and is fairly narrow; we enjoyed the challenge and tried it at least four times -- never saw anyone else on it. We went once on the triple but it was so painfully slow after the 6-pack -- we had a good run down Show Off but headed right back to the 6. Once we mastered the turnstiles (do NOT try to rush through them -- that could lead to quad bruising) by coming to a complete stop, waiting for the beep and green light, and then going through, it was no problem. They have cleared a glade area next to the Exhibition trail that will be good for kids whose parents want to keep an eye on them from the adjacent trail. We hope to go back to try the glades and other trails sometime when there is a good natural base.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 01 2012 - 12:20 PM
 
Laurel Intermediate Skier
Ragged is the best little area for all abilities! I'm an avid skier, having skied for about 40 years, and mix with skiers of all abilities. I found Ragged friendly, helpful, fun and had great terrain and grooming for all abilities. I am really impressed with all the events and deals they have. If I lived close to here, I would go there every day. Highly recommended for all.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 08 2012 - 01:46 PM
 
Susan Advanced Skier
I have been skiing for 30 years but I am not that great so I like to go on the green trails. Ragged is fine for someone just learning to ski but it has a terrible selection of green trails from the top of the mountain. They really should be intermediates because of the steepness and narrowness of the trails. The chair lift to a wide green trail half way up the mountain was not operating and one of the two green trails from the top was closed. That left one green trail from the top with very, narrow, steep, icy sections. I had to snowplow for the first time in years. I was also knocked down because of the congestion and over crowding on the one green trail. That was the first time I've fallen in probably 10 years. One of the children in our group was knocked down twice for the same reason. I will not be going back. I also was very disappointed that neither the employee at the ticket booth or the woman at the ski school told me that we could return our $5 cards at the end of the day for a refund. I found out just after 4:30 and they were "closed" and would not help me. That was $25 in the trash. Ragged just does not compare to the other mountains that charge similar prices.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 06 2012 - 06:52 PM
 
Marjory Beginner Skier
Easy parking, great people who clearly want you to be there, feels almost like home, good bar, good snack bar, good cookies, short lift lines, lift ticket has an RFID chip so it can go in a pocket and the gates open faster than most. Grooming very well done. What is not to like? Remember to give your RFID ticket back at the end of your stay and get your $5.00 deposit back. If you use foursquare, remember to checkin to get a free cookie too.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 06 2012 - 06:09 PM
 
Michael Advanced Skier
I hated the turn style card readers at Ragged Mountain. I wont go back until they are removed. Banged up my ski edges and got bruised by the gate not reading the card
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 06 2012 - 04:14 PM
 
Larry Advanced Skier
Ragged was fun!! Great little mountain, no lift lines early on a sunday, fantastic customer service and employees. Grooming was great for the little snow we've had this season, not many ice patches and such. Only gripe was the weird electronic lift turnstiles that were a bit of a hassle. Thought they were a bit ridiculous for such a small mountain with 2 main lifts. But otherwise had a great time for a semi-short ride up to NH.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 03 2012 - 06:01 PM
 
Evan Intermediate Snowboarder
I skied Ragged Mountain on Sunday, 1/29/12. Of the trails that were open, this mountain skis BIG! I know it has a 1,250 vertical rise, but it skied longer than that. The green and blue runs were challenging and the crowds were minimal for a week-end. The lodge is very spacious and had 3 levels, though you need to go to the basement to get to the bathrooms. Also, the bar lounge made a great Pulled Pork sandwich!!!!! I will definitely ski at Ragged again this year.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 31 2012 - 02:16 PM
 
Kevin Advanced Skier
We went on January 22 (the day after a moderate snowfall). Conditions were pretty good (some ice under the new snow -- to be expected given the recent weather) and we had a great time. The new turnstiles were a bit finicky but didn't seem to delay the lift lines -- we barely had to wait. I think the RFID cards will be handy for subsequent visits, as long as we don't lose them.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 25 2012 - 08:12 PM
 
Kirsten Robinson Intermediate Skier
Have been skiing this mountain through 3 owners and 2 bancruptcies over 15+ years. Ragged is a hidden gem, truly great for a central to southern resort. Will the current corporate ownership be able to maintain all that is great about Ragged while being a little more stable and professional? 2d season and tickets prices are way up, acceptable given the improved services, etc. However, the new turnstiles SUCK! Let the people ski without being checked-in like groceries. I come to the mountains to get a little less of the machine, don't make me a servant to it.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 23 2012 - 03:26 PM
 
Snowcounselor Advanced Skier
Great skiing on January 13 ... conditions were superb !!!! 14 of 50 trails open but they were all outstanding!!! I must admit, I am not a fan of the turnstiles.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 20 2012 - 06:01 PM
 
Craig Intermediate Skier
Great Skiing on 1/16. With Mother Nature on vacation,, the terrain open was in great shape. slopes held up pretty much to the end of the day. Not a line to be found ... where is everyone? You're missing out!!!!
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 18 2012 - 02:11 PM
 
Paul Advanced Skier
Meant to state that the conditions were excellent, even though we have not had any snow fall here in NH. The staff are very friendly and professional. We skied hard all day and had so many runs that we finally had to stop, our legs were smoked! This is the hidden gem in NH for skiing. And the food in the Pub is excellent and so is Stephanie who works in the Pub.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 08 2012 - 02:26 PM
 
Rusko Intermediate Skier
Even though you have purchased your tickets on Liftopia - you must purchase a RFID "Get Ragged" card for each person in your group to be able to ski for the day. They are $5.00 each and are good for the season. Just thought that skiers should know about this added expense. Ragged Mountain Resort will be using a new Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) ticketing system which means less time in line and more time on the snow! The new Get Ragged Card will be used as your lift ticket, season pass or Frequent Skier Card. Each card has a unique ID that is attached to YOU! After an initial $5 purchase of your Get Ragged Card, you can load your card at home, on your smart phone, or at the ticket window. Each card has a unique ID and radio frequency transponder. Once your card is activated, put your card in an empty pocket or sleeve holder. To ensure the best efficiency, do not keep other items such as cell phones, car keys, or other metal in the same pocket. Do not punch a hole in your card, and there is no longer a need to use a ziptie, lanyard or wicket.
Ragged Mountain review written Jan 08 2012 - 02:22 PM
 
Rusko Intermediate Skier
Love Love Love Ragged. Went for Spring Fling and was NOT dissapointed - never am ! Lines are reasonable if there are any, staff is great - plenty of terain for all levels and always well groomed, NO WIND (a plus for me and the kids) great lodge, and super food at a reasoble price. Apres Ski @ Tellulah's is always FUN!!! See you next season !!
Ragged Mountain review written Apr 05 2011 - 08:23 AM
 
Michele Intermediate Skier
Went 3/29. Nice sunny day, snow was packed solid but softened up by the end of the day. There was no one there, I thought the place was closed when I walked up. Cool decent sized mountain with a nice lodge. Would do it again with more snow.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 31 2011 - 07:42 PM
 
Matt Advanced Skier
no lines and conditions were still good on 3/27.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 30 2011 - 09:37 AM
 
Tom Advanced Skier
Great Spring skiing, well groomed, literally no lines on Sunday 3/21, well groomed, friendly staff, delicious chili!!
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 23 2011 - 07:14 AM
 
Patti Advanced Skier
Family and friends went up this past weekend for spring skiing. We had all types of skiers and abilities. Everyone had a great time. Tickets were very affordable. The conditions were very good. Absolutely no lines on any lifts and the trails were well groomed. Apres skiing had good music and contests.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 22 2011 - 04:55 PM
 
Elena Intermediate Skier
Ragged was well worth the money and no waiting in lines at all! Perfect spring skiing!
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 22 2011 - 04:02 PM
 
Judy Intermediate Skier
This past sunday I took my 6 year old son who is a beginner and had a great time! Place is definitely family friendly and the crowds were nonexistent. Awesome day of blue sky spring skiing. Conditions were great and plenty of trails both of us could enjoy. Only a 2 hour drive from the Boston area. Definitely worth a day trip.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 22 2011 - 02:31 PM
 
Dave Advanced Skier
We had a great time at Ragged as there was great snow, it wasn't crowded, nice cafe and very friendly staff.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 15 2011 - 06:48 PM
 
Chris Intermediate Skier
A hidden gem, my favorite ski day this year. Powder and no lift lines. Incredible. Variety and layout of terrain is great.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 12 2011 - 10:04 AM
 
Erin Cummings Intermediate Skier
Good spot for a two day trip. Nice amount of blue/blacks to keep you active and engaged, though the rating on some trails was confusing (a black, Sweepstakes oddly similar to a green, Easy Winder). One legitimate complaint, as mentioned by others, is the lack of grooming on some trails. Depending on the amount of recent snowfall this can make for a few thoroughly unenjoyable runs.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 09 2011 - 07:51 AM
 
Michael Gainey Intermediate Skier
Good place to learn! They have a nice chair lift on the Barnyard slope (novice level) to help you master getting on and off a lift. Good for Kids. All trails go back to the lodge.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 07 2011 - 02:29 PM
 
Scott Mackay Intermediate Skier
Ragged has something for everyone great family mountain. the staff is great and always friendly. best apres ski around. we love the mountain and always come back for more. I love when they have music outside on the big speakers.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 03 2011 - 04:44 PM
 
Wendi Fuller Intermediate Skier
Great! We enjoyed the mountain and the people were great. The lodge is roomy and comfortable. No lines! To it again but only through Liftopia.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 02 2011 - 01:17 PM
 
Aqualina Intermediate Skier
ragged mt was great if you like powder , nothing was groomed ,nice mt ,lousy up keep, I will not go back.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 02 2011 - 01:15 PM
 
roberto Intermediate Snowboarder
I was there on Sun, Feb 27. Loads of fresh powder still out there from the storms earlier in the week. I had a great day. It was absolutely wonderful in the ravine. No crowd. Good deal.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 02 2011 - 10:50 AM
 
Craig Advanced Skier
There were 5 of us, all Liftopiatics (2 ski, 2 board, 1 tellie). We were late due to the SNOW that was falling, and had to force ourselves to ski on a foot of fresh, which had just landed on 16 inched of fresh! Best day ever at Ragged. I've been skiing there since they opened (1960), too.
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 01 2011 - 02:12 PM
 
Hans Gildemeister (Advanced Skier) Advanced Skier
Easy to get to and not crowded at all! A little bit icy on Wednesday 2/23, but the lower mountain was good for the little kids (under 7).
Ragged Mountain review written Mar 01 2011 - 03:59 AM
 
John Advanced Skier
Powder days can be a bit off as the runs are moguled out pretty quickly and the new fall isn't groomed. Watch your edges on the chairs. The plastic protectors on the steel foot rests haven't been replaced in years. In fact those chairs are falling apart. I lowered the bar to find it was only attached on one side of the chair. Lifts are often stopped while the guys reattach the homemade seat covers. The handful of new snowblowers are an improvement giving a nice change from Ice chunks; but only in a few areas/runs.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 28 2011 - 11:56 AM
 
Jon Intermediate Snowboarder
Phenomenal days of skiing on Wed/Thurs with my family and friends! The trails were groomed perfectly and the weather was great! Ragged is truly a 'hidden gem'!
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 27 2011 - 07:43 PM
 
Judy Intermediate Skier
Lift to spear mountain was broken not worth money save time and go to another mountain
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 27 2011 - 03:58 PM
 
joe Intermediate Skier
Heard about this resort through one of the online ski blogs. "Hidden gem". It is! Definitely pay it a visit! Spent two days during school holiday week (2/21, 2/22). NO lines whatsoever! Lodge was nice and not too crowded. Something for everyone. Great family mountain. I will say that my GF and brother thought the greens to the far right were a little "crunchy", but I didn't. I like skiing on the hard stuff for some reason! Overall, I'd give this place an A. Buy your tix on Liftopia!!!
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 26 2011 - 05:02 AM
 
GeeNelly! Intermediate Skier
Just returned from a perfect day of skiing. Great weather, great family and friends! This is a wonderful family mountain. We've never had crowds. There is something for everyone. Liftopia makes it more affordable. Looking forward to our next visit!
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 25 2011 - 03:02 PM
 
Andrea Intermediate Skier
Close to Boston, so I appreciate the short ride. No traffic to and from. No lift lines. No problems. Great for all levels of ability. Kids love it, its challenging and steep, and not much traffic. Seriously, this is a hidden gem and inexpensive.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 24 2011 - 06:46 PM
 
Dave Duckarmy Advanced Skier
I skied Ragged with a friend on Monday Feb 21. Some of the "open" trails really shouldn't have been and the grooming was minimal. Why open a green trail that is a sheet of ice and mark it for advanced skiers only? Golf ball size death cookies on the groomed runs. We ended up skiing the same two trails all day as it wasn't worth the long chair lift ride up Spear Peak.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 24 2011 - 04:13 PM
 
Dan Levesque Advanced Skier
I saved money, and my tickets were waiting for me. It was great.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 23 2011 - 05:28 PM
 
derwood Advanced Skier
Exceptional Rental Department, both knowledgeable and efficient. All ages in the family treated very well. Recommended highly.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 22 2011 - 09:21 AM
 
Kenneth L. Beginner Skier
Went to Ragged on Saturday 2/19/11 with my 14 year old son. We enjoy Ragged because it is usually never crowded, even on weekends, and even if it isn't busy, the six pack lift wipes out lines like nothing I've ever seen. One thing this area desperately needs to do is replace the old Spear Triple with a high speed lift, which moves at a crawl compared to the six pack lift. The conditions on 2-19, were somewhere betweeen disappointing and dangerous. After the warmup Thursday and Friday, and the freeze Friday night, we skied on sheets of ice topped off with golf ball to baseball size ice chunks. I think this is called frozen granular. I thought that grooming could grind the ice balls into a loose ice that was more like snow than ice balls. We will return to Ragged again, but only when conditions are less challenging, as they obviously don't have the resources to do extensive grooming which was needed under these conditions. We had fun, but were glad to escape without injuries.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 22 2011 - 06:11 AM
 
Randy Advanced Skier
We went Friday and the first two runs had us worried. It was a warm day and the snow was definitely slushy. Got better as the day progressed. Enjoyed.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 20 2011 - 02:15 PM
 
Joe Intermediate Skier
Well, Ragged is by far my favorite mountain, however this week, wed, was a bit disappointing as I had heard on the radio that all trails were open. quite the opposite, they were open, but had not been groomed the previous night. I had an older friend there skiing with me and we went down one of the trails and it was just a sheet of ice. not good for a 76 year old. so we pulled off the skis and walked a quarter mile back to I believe Blueberry. what ever, he was done for the day. I understand saving money by not running the Cat. but if it is not safe, do not open it. bad call Kiwi. sorry mate.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 18 2011 - 03:47 PM
 
Sean M Advanced Skier
Ragged was good, I liked how they had my ticket printed for me.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 16 2011 - 12:00 PM
 
Patrick Intermediate Snowboarder
Thank you, we had an excellent time, everything went flawless.
Ragged Mountain review written Feb 16 2011 - 10:30 AM
 
John Advanced Snowboarder
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