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   New Hampshire: Cranmore Mountain Resort: Expansions
Ski Area Expansions
 
Lower Mountain Redevelopment at Cranmore Mountain Resort
Lower Mountain Redevelopment Details
Lower Mountain Redevelopment
Status:Open
First Season of Operation:2010-11
Lifts:2 chairlifts
Terrain:Novice terrain
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Upon being sold to the operators of Jiminy Peak, a multi-million dollar improvement was announced, to be funded by CNL Lifestyle Properties, Inc.

A new 2,622 foot long Doppelmayr eco-Quad chairlift was announced for the South Slope area, replacing the South double chairlift. Subsequently, the South double chairlift was moved to near the former North Chair, becoming the C-More Double.

In addition to the lift installations, base area buildings were renovated, the tubing area reworked, and a mountain coaster installed.

The reconfigured lower mountain area debuted for the 2010-11 season.


The South Double (2007)
The South Double (2007)

The South Double (2007)
The South Double (2007)

The 2010 Lower Mountain Redevelopment project map
The 2010 Lower Mountain Redevelopment project map

Construction of the South Quad (2010)
Construction of the South Quad (2010)

Construction of the South Quad (2010)
Construction of the South Quad (2010)

The C-More Double (2014)
The C-More Double (2014)

The South Quad (2014)
The South Quad (2014)

The South Quad (2014)
The South Quad (2014)

Cranmore Mountain Resort Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Black Cap MountainProposed
East Bowl1955-56Open
Lower Mountain Redevelopment2010-11Open
Upper Mountain1939-40Open
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Last updated: June 23, 2014

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