Attitash Mountain Resort and Wildcat Mountain: Holiday Week Skiing & Activities
The holiday season is here and there are lots of events activities in the Valley to get you in the spirit. Attitash Mountain Resort and Wildcat Mountain are both well on their way to a long and snowy season with Wildcat already at 36 inches of natural snow fall and Attitash with 19 inches making for wonderful skiing and riding conditions for the holiday week. Plus, the week ahead looks good for snow lovers with forecasts calling for more natural snow at the end of this week.
At Attitash Mountain Resort, guests can enjoy live après ski entertainment every day from Tuesday, December 26 through Monday, January 1 in Ptarmigan’s Pub from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. and at The Den from 2 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. These events are free, and available to all ages.
The Attitash Grand Summit Hotel also has an abundance of family-friendly activities scheduled for Monday, December 25 through Sunday, December 31. Activities include ornament decorating, face painting, kids movies every night, live music, and other fun, competitive games.
For a complete list and details on Attitash Holiday Week Activities, visit Attitash.com/holiday-week.
Wildcat Mountain will be closed on Christmas Day, re-opening on December 26. After enjoying the day on the slopes and taking in the views, guests can enjoy live music from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. in Wildcat Pub, every day from Tuesday, December 26 to Monday, January 1 except for Thursday the 28th, and Sunday, December 31.
For the 21+ crowd, be sure to try a pint of the new Wildcat 60th Anniversary Kolsch, Hairball, brewed by Tuckerman Brewing Company. This exclusive beer will be available beginning Saturday, December 23.
For a detailed list of live music performers, please visit skiwildcat.com/events.
Attitash Mountain Resort is a premier year-round destination, located in the Mt. Washington Valley in Northern New Hampshire's White Mountains Region. Attitash Mountain Resort has also been ranked amongst the East’s top ten ski resorts for snow quality, grooming, weather, dining, après ski, off-hill activities and family programs by readers of SKI Magazine for over five decades. Owned and operated by Peak Resorts, Attitash and its nearby sister resort, Wildcat Mountain, offer the only interchangeable lift ticket in New Hampshire and season passes are good at the seven northeast Peak Resort properties.
Wildcat Mountain is known for its high summit elevation of 4,062’, stunning views of Mount Washington, and the longest ski season in New Hampshire stretching into late April and often May. Expert skiers and riders will find legendary steeps and glades, while intermediates have plenty of options, and beginners will be right at home on the longest novice trail in New Hampshire: Polecat. Wildcat Mountain has consistently been rated #1 in scenery by readers of SKI Magazine and most consistently finishes in the top ten for character, value, challenge and overall satisfaction. Wildcat and its nearby sister resort, Attitash Mountain Resort, offer the only interchangeable lift ticket in New Hampshire and season passes are good at the seven northeast Peak Resort properties.