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Rowell Hill as seen from Mt. Kearsarge (2015)
Rowell Hill
Sutton, New Hampshire
Status: Open
First Season:2007-08
Vertical Drop:300 feet
Standing Lifts:Surface lift
Past Lifts:
Left: Rowell Hill as seen from Mt. Kearsarge (2015)
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Located in the shadow of King Ridge, Rowell Hill is a private, family built and operated ski area.

Rowell Hill in 2014
Rowell Hill in 2014

Word of a potential ski area in Sutton emerged in September of 2006, when Freeman Boynton went before the town Zoning Board with updated plans to construct a refurbished surface lift on Rowell Hill. By that point, work had begun on a 300 vertical foot slope.

Boynton and his soon undertook construction of the ski lift as a family project. The lift likely opened for the 2007-08 season.

Snowmaking may have been installed circa 2010.

Due in part to zoning and insurance reasons, the ski area is only open to the owner's family.

Lifts
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Standing Lifts
Installed
The bottom terminal (2014)
T-Bar
Hall
T-Bar
2006-07

Past Lifts
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Last updated: October 23, 2016

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