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   New Hampshire: Waterville Valley Resort: Expansions
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Green Mountain at Waterville Valley Resort
Green Mountain Details
Green Mountain
Status:Cancelled
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An expansion to Green Mountain has long been rumored, though it is not in Waterville's Special Use Permit Boundary.

At least two issues with the present ski area layout could be addressed. First, a new, potentially more expansive base area could be developed. Secondly, there would be additional room to cut easier routes from the upper mountain.

It is not known if or when Green Mountain will be developed.


The USGS topographical map of Green Mountain
The USGS topographical map of Green Mountain

Green Mountain (back, left) in 2009
Green Mountain (back, left) in 2009

Waterville Valley Resort Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Green MountainCancelled
Green Peak2016-17Open
Mt. TecumsehCancelled
South Green PeakProposed
Sunnyside1968-69Open
Village Gondola2010sProposed
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Last updated: March 22, 2014

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