Skiing and snowboarding are the tip of the resort iceberg at Bretton Woods
December 19. 2013 6:28PM
A snowmaker at Bretton Woods tests the goods in his first run of the season. (Mark Butterfield/Courtesy)
"With the new high-efficiency snow guns we can make more snow faster but with less energy and less compressed air so it's a win-win for skiing and the environment," said Stephen Nichipor, programs director of Bretton Woods.
Carter Merrill of Franconia leads a group of ski buddies down Bretton Woods’ Big Ben Trail, which boasts new high-efficiency snow guns.KATHLEEN BAGLIO HUMPHREYS
"What sets Bretton apart from other mountains is the variety. It has a lot of great wide open easy well-groomed trails that Bretton is known for but we added a lot in terms of glade skiing.... The improved Stickney Glades took that up a level, plus the new Stickney Cabin and we opened up a lot of the steeper terrain as well," said Nichipor.
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