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Terrain Park - Pats Peak


Rider's Guide

The mountain provides an incredible experience for anyone who wants to get deep into the snow and carve some great trails. There are over 20 runs for plenty of speed and excitement. There are 11 trails for novices, 4 trails for intermediates, 3 trails for advanced skiers, and 4 trails for experts. Pats Peak often has seriously discounted lift tickets and passes that are definitely worth checking out before heading to the mountain.

Parks and Pipes

Pats Peak has one of the most unique snowboard park setups in the entire state. Turbulence Park never allows riders and freestyle skiers to get too comfortable or used to the park, as the actual layout changes each week. The park constantly listens to rider feedback, which helps to reshape and rebuild the jumps, rails, and boxes. There is also an advanced park known as the Terrain Park and a progression park known as Microburst.

Out of Bounds

This mountain provides the largest night riding area in the state, with 100 percent of the park lit up and open to ski and board once the sun sets. In addition, the resort also boasts 100 percent snowmaking abilities, so conditions remain ideal even during a dry winter. As an added bonus, the resort also has snowshoeing and snowtubing for when riders need a break.

Hangout & Hookup

The resort has a cafeteria located at the base offering standard slope-side fare, however, the food at the cafeteria is all homemade, so it tends to be a much higher quality. The rustic Sled Pub is a great slope-side après ski destination that features a full pub menu and a great selection of beer and wine. The nearby town of Henniker also offers a range of affordable restaurants and lively pubs.