Ragged Mountain provides 220 acres of trails and glades. There are over 50 trails, with some of them style-specific (board or skis), and others that are open to all. The resort has a relatively good mix of beginner (30 percent), intermediate (40 percent), and advanced (30 percent) trails. Skiers can enjoy the exact experience desire, whether it be a leisurely and scenic beginner run or a demanding and challenging advanced trail. There are several lifts to get skiers around the mountain. The mountain features an overall height of 2,250 feet and a vertical drop of 1,250 feet, which means there is plenty of space and varied terrain for skiers to explore. Additionally, the resort has an assortment of lessons ranging from private full-day, group half-day to lessons catered to small children and beginners. There is also a full-service ski and snowboard rental and repair shop located slope side for added convenience.
The mountain provides great dining opportunities, a complete cafeteria, featuring homemade fare is located close to The Pub at Ragged Mountain, which is the ideal spot for wood-fired pizza and beer. Tallulah’s Tavern is a perfect après ski spot, providing plenty of entertainment and an extensive drink menu.
There are 220 acres to conquer on this incredible and beautiful mountain. The resort also has snowmaking abilities for over 80% of the mountain, so the conditions will remain ideal, even if the weather doesn’t cooperate. In addition to great terrain, the resort also regularly offers great deals and discounts on its lift tickets and passes.
There are three terrain parks available, known as the Wild Side Terrain Park, the Wild Woods Terrain Park, and the Pocket Park. Pocket Park is the perfect terrain park for beginners who are still trying to figure out their form and develop basic skills. Wild Side is a flowing half-mile of difficult jumps and grinds that are best suited for intermediate and advanced riders. Wild Woods is a unique park because it is completely natural and it boasts many interesting features such as cliff drops, slides made of logs, and a wicked quarter pipe.
The mountain staff is dedicated to the art of skiing and snowboarding and offers a variety of lessons to guests who need help with their skills or would like to pick up a few new ones. Snowboarders will find the staff to be incredibly knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. Besides snowboarding, visitors can snowshoe and tube during their down time.
There are also lots of different discounts and packages for dining and après ski. Tallulah’s Tavern and The Pub are known for great food and great drinks, including an impressive selection of microbrews, not to mention an excellent atmosphere to relax and chill after a long day of riding the slopes.