About Wildcat Mountain
Wildcat, nestled in the White Mountain National Forest, is unblemished by trailside development. Surrounded by 773,000 wooded acres, there is a certain mystique here.
Wildcat offers skiers 225 acres of world-class ski terrain towering more than 4,000 feet above sea level.
At Wildcat you'll ski more: the longest vertical drop (2,100 feet), the highest lift-served summit and the greatest lift capacity in the Mt. Washington Valley.
Add that to a trail system for all abilities that follows the natural contours of the mountain, an annual snowfall averaging more than two stories, snowmaking that covers almost 100 percent of the terrain, a grooming fleet that produces award-winning trail conditions and the longest ski season in New Hampshire, and you'll know why Wildcat delivers classic big mountain skiing.
Wildcat's terrain is mostly rolling and suited for family-style skiing, offering skiers of all abilities an amazing choice of runs.