Ragged Mountain


Back in the mid-1980s Ragged Mountain was known more for an obscure hiking trail along its rugged ridgeline than its history as a ski area. But that image continues to change due to the many improvements and upgrades the area has made.

Back then, Ragged's lifts were in disrepair and the base lodge was badly in need of renovations. Over the years Ragged has grown outward and upward from its core of trails to encompass much of the mountain's ridgeline, bowls, and glades. The lift system is now up to nine, including a 6-passenger detachable chair. A modern snowmaking system covers 98% of the trails, and two classic New England-style lodges grace the base area.