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   New Hampshire: Bretton Woods: Expansions
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Mt. Rosebrook at Bretton Woods
Mt. Rosebrook Details
Mt. Rosebrook
Status:Open
First Season of Operation:2003-04
Lifts:1 chairlift
Terrain:Novice, intermediate, and expert terrain
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While trails had been previously added on the slopes of 3,004 foot Mt. Rosebrook, the summit was not lift served until 2003-2004.

For that season, Bretton Woods' most challenging terrain opened when a new Doppelmayr/CTEC high speed detachable quad was installed. One of the shortest detachable quads in the country (2,455 feet long), it climbs 556 vertical feet, serving expert trails such as Bode's Run (named after local Olympic Gold Medal winner Bode Miller), Chute, and McIntire's Ride. Novice and intermediate routes off the top of the lift are also available.


The Mt. Rosebrook Trail Map (2012)
The Mt. Rosebrook Trail Map (2012)

Rosebrook Summit Express Quad (2013)
Rosebrook Summit Express Quad (2013)

Rosebrook Summit Express Quad (2013)
Rosebrook Summit Express Quad (2013)

High Ridge (2014)
High Ridge (2014)

Mt. Rosebrook as seen from the Mt. Stickney area (2014)
Mt. Rosebrook as seen from the Mt. Stickney area (2014)

Bode's Run (2015)
Bode's Run (2015)

McIntire's Ride (2015)
McIntire's Ride (2015)

Bretton Woods Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Mt. Rosebrook2003-04Open
Mt. Stickney2010-11Open
West Mountain1999-00Open
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Last updated: May 14, 2015

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