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Whaleback Mountain
Town: Enfield, New Hampshire
Vertical Drop: 700 feet
Top Lift Served Elevation: 1790 feet
Lifts Include: 1 fixed grip chairlift(s)
Snowmaking: Yes
Night Skiing: Yes
A small ski area located south of Lebanon, Whaleback features many steep trails, as well as gentle first-time-ski terrain.
Average Percent of Terrain Open
December29%    (5 reports)29 Open
January51%    (6 reports)51 Open
February53%    (5 reports)53 Open
March93%    (6 reports)93 Open
Mar. 12, 2019 by rocket21
Packed Powder, Packed Powder
Jan. 22, 2019 by rocket21
Packed Powder, Packed Powder
Jan. 22, 2019 by nordicgal
Packed Powder, Packed Powder
Jan. 4, 2019 by rocket21
Loose Granular, Variable Conditions
Dec. 30, 2018 by newenglandskier13
Frozen Granular, Variable Conditions
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Recent Articles
Multi-Year Lift Installations: The New Norm? - Aug. 4, 2018
Many areas are seeing lift projects turn into multi-year affairs due to red tape.
Management Changes Announced at Whaleback - Jan. 23, 2018
The Upper Valley Snow Sports Foundation has announced the changes are effective immediately.
Lift Construction Season Enters Final Phase - Oct. 29, 2017
Ski areas are hoping to wrap up lift projects before the ski season arrives in a few weeks.
Whaleback Postpones T-Bar Installation - Dec. 7, 2016
The lift is now scheduled to be installed in 2017.
Lift Installation Projects Continue as December Approaches - Nov. 27, 2016
More work remains before New England's two new chairlifts will be ready.
Lift Installation Projects Continue as Ski Season Approaches - Nov. 13, 2016
Significant work remains before New England's two new chairlifts will be ready.
Ski Lift Installations Gearing Up in New England - Aug. 30, 2016
Three chairlifts and two T-Bars could be installed this fall.
Whaleback Moving Forward with Surface Lift Project - Jul. 7, 2016
A used T-Bar installation is proposed for the former Poma lift line.
Whaleback Names Gerd Riess New Mountain Manager - Jun. 1, 2015
General Manager Dick Harris has retired after two seasons.
Smaller New Hampshire Areas Plagued by Equipment Problems - Mar. 23, 2015
Black, Prospect, and Whaleback have all had operational setbacks this month.
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Trail Map
2018-19 Whaleback Trail Map
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