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New Hampshire 2015-16 Lift Ticket Prices Up 3%
New Hampshire 2015-16 Lift Ticket Prices Up 3%
2015-16 season prices less of an increase than 2014-15.
Thursday, October 29, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
With the ski season just around the corner, nearly every chairlift served ski area in New Hampshire has posted its 2015-16 season rates.

Bretton Woods is once again tops in the state with an $89 adult weekend full day lift ticket price, a $4 increase over 2014-15. The cheapest chairlift area in the state is once again expected to be Campton Mountain, which charged $15 in 2014-15, but has yet to publish 2015-16 rates.

With new management in place, Whaleback was the lone area in the state to cut its top rate, decreasing it from $45 to $43.

Not including Campton, the 2015-16 statewide mean is $67.17 per adult non-holiday weekend full day lift ticket, a 3% increase. The median price is $72.50, a 5% increase. Excluding Campton, the 2014-15 mean was $65.28 (4% increase over 2013-14) and median $69.00 (4% increase over 2013-14).

2013-14 through 2015-16 New Hampshire Lift Ticket Prices
2013-14 through 2015-16 New Hampshire Lift Ticket Prices


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