Ragged Mountain experience?

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    Ragged Mountain experience?

    When I rented my 10 year old daughter’s equipment for the year (just starting) it came with the offer of a $99 season pass for her. Is it worth it? I don’t find too many positive reviews online.




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    I can't speak to any kids programs or lessons, but Ragged itself is awesome for what it is. A smaller vibe ski area in So. NH with phenomenal tree skiing and good mountain ops.

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    I went to Ragged a couple seasons ago on a similar deal and had an excellent time. Smallish but with lots of interesting terrain, very friendly and family-oriented.

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    Ragged's terrific, and you probably won't find many people here who would say otherwise. If you think your daughter will go another 3 or 4 more times before the end of the season, it'll be money well spent.

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    Thanks! We’re looking forward to it.


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    Good terrain for its size, uncrowded. Fast lifts, phenomenal trees when they're in play. $99 you won't miss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newpylong View Post
    Good terrain for its size, uncrowded. Fast lifts, phenomenal trees when they're in play. $99 you won't miss.
    I concur. When our kids were smaller, Ragged was our number one destination for day trips. They have really great memories of that area. They now prefer bigger, steeper terrain, but actually, when the trees are in play, we still really like Ragged. Highly recommend it.
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    Thinking about taking the family up there this weekend. Wanted to stay away from the mega pass resorts. I've never been there so I was wondering with the recent snow 5" and the storm coming in Sat night, will this enough snow to open up more expert terrain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhskier1969 View Post
    Thinking about taking the family up there this weekend. Wanted to stay away from the mega pass resorts. I've never been there so I was wondering with the recent snow 5" and the storm coming in Sat night, will this enough snow to open up more expert terrain?
    Probably not much besides maybe bouncing back to pre-thaw levels. Conditions should be OK though before getting skied off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhskier1969 View Post
    Thinking about taking the family up there this weekend. Wanted to stay away from the mega pass resorts. I've never been there so I was wondering with the recent snow 5" and the storm coming in Sat night, will this enough snow to open up more expert terrain?
    I'll probably be up tomorrow if I bail on cannon and will post here.

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