Loon Opens South Peak Expansion

Loon 

LINCOLN, N.H. Against a backdrop of more than two feet of fresh snow this week, New Hampshire’s Loon Mountain officially opened its long-awaited, highly-anticipated South Peak expansion this morning.

Loon Mountain General Manager Rick Kelley was joined by Boyne Resorts’ President of Eastern Operations Stephen Kircher, and town and state officials for the ribbon cutting of the new Lincoln Express high-speed quad.

New lifts include Loon’s fourth high-speed lift, the Lincoln Express, that runs from the base to the summit of South Peak, and the Tote Road Quad that carries skiers and riders between the summit of South Peak to the trails and lifts on Loon and North Peak. Fifty acres of new terrain are open this winter. This terrain represents only 35% of the full expansion planned for completion at Loon Mountain in the next few years.

The South Peak expansion makes Loon an even more popular mountain destination for New England vacationers. Loon has long been known for its easy access, big mountain skiing on 2,100′ vertical, snow quality, variety of terrain, award-winning terrain parks, full complement of on-hill programs, and abundance of lodging accommodations and amenities.

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~ by hrocker on December 21, 2007.

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