Loon Mountain Trail Map
Loon Mountain Information
Loon Mountain provides some of the most exciting skiing and riding in New England. South Peak, which opened in 2007, is Loon's newest terrain and currently boasts an additional 5 trails, and two lifts, for a total of 65 more acres of skiing and riding. Loon has a total of five terrain parks. The Park Staff makes sure there's terrain for every ability - from the Burton Progression Park where skiers and snowboarders learn about jumps, hits and rails, to the signature Loon Mountain Park, with jumps, rails, the 32-foot high wall ride and the brand-new Shaping Shack Hubba. Loon Parks recently grabbed top honors from OntheSnow.com with its Visitor's Choice Award. Transworld Snowboarding readers named Loon a top park and resort, and Snowboard Magazine listed Loon Parks as a Top-10 in North America. Loon's Superpipe is 450 feet long with 18-foot walls. Those who don't want to go that big can check out the mini-pipe. Day and night tubing as well as ice skating provide additional fun for the whole family. Loon offers guests a variety of snowsports learning programs, including: customizable private lessons (3 hours or all-day), children’s ski camps (ages 3-teen), women’s-specific programs such as Women’s Ski Discovery; telemark clinics, senior programs, season-long programs and the New England Disabled Sports. Daycare is also available for children 6 weeks and older, and children not yet ready to ski. Groomed and tracked nordic trails for all abilities surrounds Loon Mountain for both cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Rentals, lessons, telemark and backcountry equipment are also available.