Details: Bretton Woods

Here are the basics for skiing, staying and dining at Bretton Woods Mountain Resort.
Traveler 1104

Published: February 2003

Bretton Woods Mountain Resort 431 skiable acres; 1,500 vertical feet; 250 annual inches; 101 runs; nine lifts, including four high-speed quads and an 1869 steam-driven slanted-boiler cog locomotive. Lift tickets: adults $59; teens (13-18) $48; juniors (6-12) $36; kids under 5 free. Nightskiing: all ages $19 (5 and under free).

Getting There From Boston: Route 93 North to Exit 35, to Route 3 North to Twin Mountain, Route 302 East to Bretton Woods. Drive time: two and a half hours.

Information 877-873-0626; Snow phone: 603-278-3333



A Weekend at Bretton Woods

The Mount Washington Hotel and Resort—a belle dame of the gilded age—awakens for winter, just in time to christen new terrain at the Bretton Woods ski area. Want to impress your 6-year-olds? Take them to a castle for the weekend.