What was Loon Mountain back in 1978-79?
Brochure plays on the setting of the areas, located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and how it is was a 4-seasons area.
The Loon story…from our point of view. Outside… and inn!
In the Winter season, Loon was:
– Limited lift-lines policy.
– Summit-to-base snowmaking system.
– Modern snow farming techniques.
– Four passenger high speed Cabin Gondola and three double chairs.
– Runs up to 2 3/4 miles in length.
– 1,850 vertical drop
Loon’s purpose is to provide the visitor with the convenient access to enjoyment of the outdoor recreation in the White Mountains. To its natural advantages, trails, and lifts systems, have been added: a centralized base lodge with cafeteria and lounge, a versatile ski school, one of the better ski and rental shops, child care services, first aid facilities, an apres-ski lounge, summit shack bar, groomed cross-country trails and narrow-gauge railroad to ferry skiers to the lifts from the parking lot. There’s even a full-service 45-room motor inn at the foot of the lifts.
Loon Mountain over 35 years is so much more now. It isn’t the seventies anymore. No longer a single base area, the ski area has expanded with a total vertical of 2,100 feet. The ski resort is served by a total of 12 lifts. From one Gondola to four Quads (three HSQ), 4 other chairlifts (Triple and Double) and 3 beginner lifts.