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Cranmore Awarded Platinum Partner Award by SNOW Operating for Fourth Consecutive Year

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Cranmore Mountain Resort was awarded the Platinum Partner Award by SNOW Operating at last week’s Immersion Camp in New Jersey.  This is the fourth consecutive year Cranmore has been recognized.  SNOW Operating are the providers of the industry-acclaimed Terrain Based Learning and Conversion & Growth programs.  Terrain Based Learning uses shaped snow to provide a more fun first on-snow experience.  Cranmore introduced Terrain Based Learning to their learning programs during the 2014-2015 season. 

Cranmore Donates Rock the Rec Proceeds to the Mount Washington Valley Trails Association

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On August 22rd, Cranmore Mountain Resort hosted the second annual Rock the Rec event, which featured live music from local bands, The Riley Parkhurst Project, Rek’-lis and Shark Martin.  100% of the ticket proceeds were donated to the Mount Washington Valley Trails Association to fund the North Conway Rec Path.  A total amount of $5,289 was donated from Cranmore. An additional $800 was raised through raffle ticket sales. 

Now Building: Phase II of Kearsarge Brook Condominiums at Cranmore

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State and local leaders gathered at the base of Cranmore Mountain Resort today to celebrate the groundbreaking of Phase II of Kearsarge Brook Condominiums at Cranmore. This is the second phase of a $50 million development that will transform the resort into a vibrant mixed-use community with year-round residences and expanded base facilities. When the project is completed, six new buildings and a total of 106 condominiums will have been added to Cranmore's base area. The first two buildings will be residential, while the third and fourth will replace existing base lodges with 45,000 square feet of new lodge space.

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