It’s July, it’s hot, and there’s no snow – but our terrain park crew isn’t on summer vacation. They’re building downhill mountain biking trails instead. We’re two months into construction, and we’re making excellent progress toward our goal of building 5 miles of trail by the fall. Those trails will start at the top of […]Read more "Mountain Biking: July Update"
Hello, I know it’s been awhile since my last post but we have been busy getting things ready for the summer! I know you are all anxiously awaiting summer opening day at Loon Mountain. Don’t worry, you only have less than a month to wait! Summer operations officially kicks off Saturday, June 23 so be sure […]Read more "NEW Summer Activities at Loon Mountain"
By Katelyn Krumperman Do you like finding unique gifts for family members and friends? Do you like hand carved wooden products? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you should check out the Artisan’s Gallery at the summit of Loon Mountain off of Bear Claw Extension. Inside the gallery you will find a […]Read more "Artisan’s Gallery Open at Loon Mountain Summit"
By Katelyn Krumperman Patches of sun peek out from the rain clouds and shine down on the tops of the trees. Red, orange, yellow, green, and purple colored leaves illuminate as the sun rays pass over them. Temperatures flucuate from 60 degrees to 50 degrees and cold rain showers pass by; fall has officially arrived […]Read more "The Leaves They Are a-Changin’"
By Katelyn Krumperman Scottish flags waved high in the air, bagpipes echoed off the mountain walls, and thousands of people in colored kilts filled the grounds of Loon Mountain. If I didn’t know any better, I would have thought I was in Scotland, not Lincoln, NH. Once again, it was time for the annual Highland Games. […]Read more "Kilts, Kilts, and More Kilts – 36th Annual Highland Games Recap!"
July 27, 2011 By Katelyn Krumperman Two words that mean trust. Two words that mean in sickness and in health. Two words that mean forever. On July, 15, with the most amazing view set behind them, “I do,” was said between Sean Donahue and Christina Helgerson at Loon Mountain‘s amphitheater. On a beautiful summer day with bluebird skies and […]Read more "I Do … With the Most Amazing View"
Hi again! I have to say, the way to see and learn about the history of Lincoln is to go on our new Segway PT Tours. New this summer, Loon Mountain added a new adventure to the already plethera of summer and fall activities. After a 45 minute training session where you watch a short […]Read more "Saw Lincoln through a whole new light … via a Segway PT Tour"