The mountains included on the pass are Loon Mountain, Cannon Mountain and Waterville Valley Resort on the western side of the White Mountains, Cranmore in the Mount Washington Valley to the east and Bretton Woods nestling roughly half-way between the two areas.
And there’s no need to plan ahead - simply turn up at the mountain you want to ski on any given day and present your Ski Passport at the lift pass window and you are, as they say in New Hampshire, all set! And it doesn’t have to be used at all the different mountains: if you’re enjoying one particular resort so much that you don’t want to leave, then you’re more than welcome to continue using your Ski Passport at that same mountain for the whole of your stay if you prefer. Ski one of them or all of them - the choice is yours!
What’s more, the 5-Mountain Ski Passport does not have to be used on consecutive days, nor is it restricted to a window of use: this unique lift ticket is valid for the number of days purchased at any time through the season. Designed for the longer duration holiday, the Ski Passport is subject to a minimum 5 day purchase, but every 6-day pass automatically comes with a bonus 7th day free of charge, making it extremely good value.
Available exclusively to visitors from outside North America, the 5-Mountain Ski Passport is available to purchase in advance of arriving at the slopes, and can be either pre-booked with a New Hampshire ski holiday arranged through tour operators featuring the destination, or at the reception desk of the selected hotels which are member properties of the New Hampshire Ski Group USA.
For more on the 5-mountian passport see http://www.usaskiholiday.co.uk/ski_passport.asp