Paul Posted March 6, 2018 Share Posted March 6, 2018 After being offline since 2010, Tenney Mountain, NH located just outside the town of Plymouth, has announced that they expect to be reopen for skiing on Thursday. The mountain that had seen its fair share of ups and downs in the past decades, is coming back to life thanks to its current ownership group led by Michael Bouchard, that had purchased the property back in 2014-15. Tenney has been operating their tubing park for a couple of weeks now , served by a platter pull lift. The upcoming opening will be limited to intermediate/expert skiers on natural snow. Tenney Mountain, opened in 1960, as a surface lift area, had a few of closings through the late 80's, early 90's leading up to its final closing in 2010. There has been a lot of work that has been put into bringing back the mountain to life. Repairs to a neglected snowmaking system, land erosion on ski trails, trimming back trails, renovations to the chalet, and bringing the lifts to current standards have been done over the past 4 or so years. It has been a long time coming but finally Tenney is ready for a soft opening for this year and hopefully a full on opening for 2018-19. I wish all the best to the current ownership in bringing this mountain out of her long slumber. You can follow their Facebook Page and see in video, all of the progress and updates that have been posted to this page over the past couple of years. You can also access their website for information at www.skitenney.com You can access this link below on the New England Ski Industry website for some additional details and other links related to Tenney's story. http://www.newenglandskiindustry.com/viewstory.php?storyid=663 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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