Omni Resorts and Hotels Buys Bretton Woods

Omni Resorts and Hotels Buys Bretton Woods

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Omni Resorts and Hotels Buys Bretton Woods

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Bretton Woods is now a piece of Omni’s international resort and hotel puzzle.

Founded in 1973, Bretton Woods Ski Area is currently the largest ski area in New Hampshire and offers skiers 464 acres of skiable terrain on 1,500 vertical feet. The deal was announced on Tuesday and as of now the terms and conditions remain undisclosed reports New Hampshire’s Union Leader.

“The property is among the most storied landmarks in the country and fits perfectly into our growing resort portfolio. We look forward to preserving The Omni Mount Washington Resort’s rich history and enhancing its legacy as the originator of the great American destination vacation.”- President of Omni Resorts and Hotels, Mike Deitemeyer

Omni Resorts works in conjunction with Robert Rowling, who owns TRT Holdings. Rowling said in a letter to Mount Washington and Bretton Woods employees that he is “anxious to understand the expansion opportunity and to move forward with those plans.” So far, what Rowling means by ‘expansion’ is still unclear.

Surrounded by the Mount Washington National Forest, Bretton Woods is located in some of the most pristine landscape in all of New England and benefits annually from upslope storm activity of its nearby neighbor and highest peak in New England, Mt. Washington.

Photo Credit: BrettonWoods.com

Photo Credit: BrettonWoods.com

Mountain Stats

  • Vertical Drop- 1,500′
  • Skiable Terrain- 464 acres
  • Annual Snowfall- 200+ inches
  • Trails- 97
  • Lifts- 10
  • Terrain parks- 3
  • Night Skiing- Yes
  • Snowmaking- 92%!

About Bretton Woods

Visit Bretton Woods, New Hampshire’s largest ski area with 464 acres of skiing and snowboarding on 62 trails and 35 glades and three terrain parks! Ten lifts, including four high-speed quads, make your ride up the mountain almost as fun as the ride down. If there’s snow falling, chances are we’ve got it – or we can make it with snow-making on 92% of our trails. And, because you’ll want to stay on our slopes until after dark, we also offer night skiing and riding.

 

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