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   New Hampshire: Red Hill Ski Club: Expansions
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Upper Mountain at Red Hill Ski Club
Upper Mountain Details
Upper Mountain
Status:Cancelled
First Season of Operation:1980s
Lifts:1 chairlift
Terrain:
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Not to be confused with the defunct Red Hill Ski Area on the north side of the mountain, the Red Hill Outing Club ski slope and tow opened in the mid-1950s, near downtown Moultonborough.

At one point perhaps in the 1980s, a comparably larger ski facility was proposed at or near the current Red Hill Outing Club slope. One proposal included purchasing a double chairlift used from Waterville Valley. There is no evidence of the proposal moving forward or any trails being cut.

The Red Hill Outing Club continues to operate when natural snowfall allows.


The USGS topographic map of Red Hill Ski Club
The USGS topographic map of Red Hill Ski Club

Looking up the existing ski area (2014)
Looking up the existing ski area (2014)

Looking down from the top of the existing ski area (2014)
Looking down from the top of the existing ski area (2014)

Red Hill Ski Club Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Upper Mountain1980sCancelled
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Last updated: April 25, 2015

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