#Waterville Valley

Resort

  • Spas
  • Access
  • Pampering
  • Lodging
  • Town
  • Village
  • Price/Value
  • Packages
  • Shopping
  • Airport
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Nightlife
  • Events
  • Daycare
  • Ski Shops
  • Gyms
  • Rental Inventory
  • Kids Club
  • Music

Mountain

  • Mountain
  • Vertical
  • Steeps
  • Bowls
  • Tree Runs
  • Half Pipes
  • Run Variety
  • Greens
  • Blues
  • Blacks
  • Extreme
  • Run Lengths
  • For Skiers
  • For Boarders
  • Back Country
  • Groomers
  • Famous Runs
  • Mogul Runs
  • Gnarliest Runs
  • Cliff Hucks
  • Ski School
  • Chairlifts
  • Gondola/Tram
  • Lift Quantity
  • Lift Lines
  • Secret Pow Stash
  • Race Program
  • Days Open
  • Ski Patrol
  • Avalanche Patrol
  • Snowmaking
  • Lights
  • Base Lodge
  • Mid Lodge
  • Rescue Dogs

Conditions

  • Snow Depth
  • Snow - Early Season
  • Snow - Mid Season
  • Snow - Late Season
  • Powder
  • Sunny Days
  • Wind
  • Summer Skiing
  • Temperature
  • Fall Folliage

Activities

  • Mountain Bike
  • Via Ferrata
  • Hiking
  • Scenery
  • Ice Skating
  • Sledding
  • Tobaggon
  • Luge
  • Jumping
  • Cross Country
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • Base Jumping
  • Hot Springs
  • Camping
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Ski Bums
  • Celebs
  • Hot Girls
  • Hot Guys

Resort description pending update

Key Stats

  • Summit: 4,004 feet
  • Base: 1,984 feet
  • Vertical Drop: 2,020 feet
  • Lifts: 11
  • Skiable Area: 255 acres
  • Annual Snowfall: 148 inches

Waterville Valley Insider Tips

Lara Rosenbaum Insider Tips: Waterville Valley

Lara Rosenbaum is a veteran U.S. Freestyle Ski Team alum and graduate of the Waterville Valley Academy and Waterville Valley's BBTS program. Here are some favorites for the Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire.

Best Run: Lower Bobby's: It's the steepest trail on the mountain, covered with bumps and when it's open, is the best place to take uninterrupted runs without the crowds.

Best Powder Stash: The Glades or anywhere at the very top. The runs at the very top of the mountain are usually skied less, so it's easier to make fresh tracks. 

True-Grit: This long run is sometimes more heavily trafficked than the top, but it's steep top section and expansive width keep crowds away and leave room for fresh snow.

Best Lift: The Sunnyside Chair--For access to Lower Bobby's and True Grit

Best Apres-Ski: The new bar and grill: T-Bars. It's located in the old tuning room, where the Academy students would prep their skis. Even six year-olds can sit at the bar for pub fare which includes wings and burgers and there's often live music.