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Lift Served Mountain Biking in New England
Mountain Bikers Lining Up at the Killington Gondola (2015)
Mountain Bikers Lining Up at the Killington Gondola (2015)

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Powder RidgeConnecticutActive
Sunday RiverMaineActive
Berkshire EastMassachusettsActive
BousquetMassachusettsActive
Jiminy PeakMassachusettsActive
AttitashNew HampshireActive
HighlandsNew HampshireActive
Snows MountainNew HampshireActive
Mt. SunapeeNew HampshireActive
KillingtonVermontActive
OkemoVermontActive
Q BurkeVermontActive
Mount SnowVermontActive
SugarbushVermontActive
Bretton WoodsNew HampshireDiscontinued
CranmoreNew HampshireDiscontinued
LoonNew HampshireDiscontinued
Jay PeakVermontDiscontinued
StoweVermontDiscontinued
StrattonVermontDiscontinued
After rising to prominence in the 1980s and 1990s, lift served mountain biking in New England has seen increased growth in the 2010s. While some ski areas only operate their lifts for special events, many are open to the public throughout the warmer months.

Last updated: July 14, 2015
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