Waterville Valley to Offer Night Skiing
Lower mountain terrain will be open on Friday, Saturday, and holiday nights this winter.
Tuesday, December 22, 2020,

Waterville Valley

For the first time in nearly a quarter of a century, the town of Waterville Valley will have night skiing.

In a press release issued today, Waterville Valley Resort announced the Exhibition, Lower White Caps, and Pasture trails will be open for night skiing during select times starting with the upcoming holiday period. Projected hours are Fridays 4 to 8 PM and Saturdays 4 to 9 PM, as well as certain holidays. Tickets are initially set at $25.

Exhibition Pomalift

The Exhibition Pomalift will serve the two main slopes, providing a vertical drop of 300 feet. According to the press release, the World Cup trail and Higher Ground terrain park may also be lit.

Waterville Valley previously offered night skiing at Snow's Mountain prior to its mid-1990s closure.

The only other night skiing in the immediate area is at Campton Mountain (2020-21 operations uncertain) and Kanc Rec (not open to the public due to COVID-19 restrictions).

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