Trails
17
Acreages
110.0
Nordic (km)
0.00
Recent
Snowfall
1" new
Today

10.7°F
Saturday

31.2°F
Nov 20, 2014
Groomin' Powder into Pleats
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Welcome to Mount Washington Resort!

There is so much happening here at Mount Washington Resort --- where characters abound, and there is a story around every corner! With a history beginning in the 1700s, in the shadow of the Northeast's highest peaks, you can imagine the possibilities.

A place as unique for its magnificent natural setting as it is for its glorious history and architecture, Mount Washington Resort is simply unforgettable. Once you begin to delve into its rich fabric, your imagination will seize upon the fascinating details and lead you on the trail to discovery . . . there is so much more to Mount Washington Resort --- home to the Omni Mount Washington Hotel, fabled for its elegance and grandeur; Bretton Woods alpine and Nordic ski centers, recognized nationally for excellent snow quality, family programs, and customer service; and the Mount Washington Course, a Donald Ross original golf course that was unveiled this summer, according to its original design of 1915. And yet there is so much more . . . romance, culture, history, and adventure . . . and so the stories continue!

The Omni Mount Washington Hotel, which played host to the Bretton Woods International Conference in 1944, is and always will be the stunning centerpiece of Mount Washington Resort; and with recent renovation and restoration, New Hampshire's historic Grande Dame has never been more beautiful. With the January 2009 unveiling of the new Presidential Wing, the first construction at the Hotel in over 100 years, along with the additional refurbishments inside and out, she has been revitalized --- becoming a four-season destination without parallel in New England.

The Presidential Wing houses the new Spa, very much inspired by its natural surroundings, and an additional 20,000 square feet of meeting and event space. And it is topped by the Jewell Terrace, a landscaped rooftop garden that makes you want to reach out and touch Mount Washington!

And, yet, there is so much more . . .