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   New Hampshire: Cannon Mountain: Expansions
Ski Area Expansions
 
Zoomer Area at Cannon Mountain
Zoomer Area Details
Zoomer Area
Status:Open
First Season of Operation:1962-63
Lifts:1 chairlift
Terrain:Intermediate and expert terrain
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While skiers had traversed across the slope above Echo Lake to the tramway for years, there had only been one small (Banshee) rope tow complex in place.

As part of a major expansion project, the Zoomer complex was built in 1962. Along with the Peabody double, the Zoomer double was the first chairlift in Cannon's history. This 1,800 foot long Roebling double climbed skier's left of the Zoomer slope from near Echo Lake to the Peabody slopes. In addition, a 1,500 foot long T-Bar was installed on the Banshee slope. This T-Bar was only used for a decade or two.


Zoomer as seen on the 1962-63 trail map
Zoomer as seen on the 1962-63 trail map

The bottom terminal of the Zoomer triple chairlift (2003)
The bottom terminal of the Zoomer triple chairlift (2003)

The Zoomer slope (2008)
The Zoomer slope (2008)

Zoomer as seen on the 2009 trail map
Zoomer as seen on the 2009 trail map

The Zoomer complex as seen from Mt. Lafayette (2009)
The Zoomer complex as seen from Mt. Lafayette (2009)

Cannon Mountain Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Mittersill2009-10Open
Mittersill Racing Expansion2014-15Open
Northern Base Area1960sCancelled
Tuckerbrook Area2003-04Open
Zoomer Area1962-63Open
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Last updated: July 23, 2014

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