Summit Meister Hut
Cranmore's Meister Hut is the place to be this summer. Accessible by a quick scenic chairlift ride to the summit, the Meister Hut features spectacular views of the Moat Mountain and Presidential Mountain Range, a new lunch menu, Gifford's Ice Cream and the Valley's only satellite Tuckerman Brewing Tasting Room!
Meister Hut Hours of Operation:
Daily June 15 - Labor Day; Weekends Only Labor Day - Columbus Day
|Hours of Operation
||Monday - Saturday
|June 15 - September 2
||11am - 4pm (food service until 3pm)
||10am - 4pm ( food service until 3pm)
|September 7 - October 14
||Saturday only, 11am - 4pm (food service until 3pm)
||10am - 4pm (food service until 3pm)
PLEASE NOTE: Closed toe shoes required for the chairlift. The last chair up to the summit is at 4:30pm and last ride down to the base area is at 4:45pm
Grab a snack or lunch! This summer's menu includes fresh salads, made to order sandwhiches and favorites from the grill!
C-more's Ice Cream Bar:
Enjoy a cup or cone from a selection of Gifford's Ice Cream. Make it a sundae with hot fudge, whipped cream and candy toppings!
Tuckerman Brewing Tasting Room:
Offering the most Tuckerman Brewing selections on tap in the Valley. Enjoy by the pint or by the flight.
We're even starting things a little earlier on Sunday, with the chairlift opening at 10am and a brunch menu available until 3pm. Brunch packages can be purchased at the Ticket Office for $25 and includes a scenic chairlift ride and an item off of the brunch menu (coffee and tea included with package), or available a la cart.
Summit Hiking Trails:
Starting at the Meister Hut is a 1/2 mile loop around the summit. Suitable for all ages, the trail displays scenic views of the Valley including downtown North Conway, the Conway Scenic Railroad, the Saco River, the Moat Mountains Range, Presidential Mountains including Mount Washington and more.
Looking for a longer trek? Check out the Black Cap Connector Trail. A longer 2 mile traverse to neighboring Black Cap Mountain. Still relatively easy and family friendly, the hike offers stunning 360 degree views of the area once reaching the summit.
Click here for a summit hiking map.
A Friendly Reminder:
Please hike at your own risk, stay on designated path, carry in – carry out, and don’t feed the animals – enjoy!