It might be getting up there in age, but Bretton Woods is still New Hampshire’s baby.
The Granite State ski resort, the youngest of New Hampshire’s major alpine ski areas, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this season with a calendar of events and a unique auction. Together, Bretton Woods and the Omni Mount Washington Hotel, the majestic property across the street, form one of New England’s most popular winter destinations.
Bretton Woods director of sales and marketing, and resident resort historian, Craig Clemmer recently joined Mike Specian and Eric Wilbur on the New England Ski Journal Basecamp podcast, presented by Country Ski & Sport, to discuss the resort’s history and special place in New England skiing.
“There are going to be ski areas that are bigger, that have more vertical than us. But I think we compete at a national level and definitely on a regional level,” Clemmer said. “Our continued investment in grooming is something that people seek for that Bretton Woods product, year after year to come up here for a quality family ski day.”