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   New Hampshire: Ragged Mountain Resort: Expansions
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Barnyard at Ragged Mountain Resort
Barnyard Details
Barnyard
Status:Open
First Season of Operation:1998-99
Lifts:1 triple
Terrain:1 novice slope
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Upgrading from having two T-Bars for novice skiers, Ragged had installed a double chairlift on the Village Green slope in 1992.

After opening Spear Mountain, the next step was to install a higher capacity lift for novices, replacing the Meadow T-Bar.

A used Borvig-Hall combination triple chairlift was installed for the 1998-99 season, serving a new slope called the Barnyard. The new complex provided a larger, more isolated area for novices.


The Barnyard Triple (2008)
The Barnyard Triple (2008)

The Barnyard Triple (2008)
The Barnyard Triple (2008)

The Barnyard Triple (2008)
The Barnyard Triple (2008)

The 2009 Ragged Mountain trail map showing the Barnyard area
The 2009 Ragged Mountain trail map showing the Barnyard area

The ski-thru barn (2014)
The ski-thru barn (2014)

Ragged Mountain Resort Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Barnyard1998-99Open
Lower MountainProposed
New Canada Road Proposed
Pinnacle PeakUnder Construction
Spear Mountain1996-97Open
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Last updated: April 2, 2014

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