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Athletic Facilities

Our 600-acre campus has plenty of room for every athlete to grow and improve. Whether you’re playing lacrosse on our lighted turf field, chasing a puck on our outdoor hockey rink, or biking along miles of on-campus singletrack, you’ll only get better here.

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Robert T. Low Turf Field

Robert T. Lowe Turf Field

Our state-of-the-art, lighted turf field is used for field hockey and soccer in the fall and lacrosse in the spring. Despite our northern climate, the turf allows our athletes to begin spring training in early April.

 

Fiore Rink at Alfond Arena

girls hockey game

The outdoor rink represents our athletic program’s grit and our community's heart. During the winter, spectators cheer our hockey teams in a setting that invites camaraderie and appreciation for the outdoors. The rink also has a removable turf cover that extends our spring and autumn lacrosse, soccer, and field hockey seasons.

Mittersill Race & Training Slopes at Cannon Mountain.
Mittersill

Mittersill Race & Training Slopes at Cannon Mountain is a designated training site for the U.S. Ski Team - and it’s also where our skiers train. This world-class facility includes full-homologated GS and slalom courses, as well as an adjacent T-bar to maximize training time. 

Athletes also benefit from the 9,500-square-foot Mittersill Performance Center, featuring dedicated space for gearing and warming up, fitness and stretching, video analysis, coaches offices, equipment tuning, and storage.


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Campus Trails

Nordic skier racing on Holderness School's trails.

Mountain bikers, Nordic skiers, and cross country runners train and compete on our expansive trail system all year long. This on-campus trail network truly shines in the winter, when skiers enjoy 10 km of groomed competition trails. 

 

Bartsch-Gallop Gymnasium

Bartsch

Bartsch houses locker rooms, team rooms for visiting teams, a climbing wall, weight and cardiovascular training facilities, and an athletic training room. It’s also the home of Gallop Gymnasium, where our basketball teams play.  

 

Tennis Courts

A girls tennis match at Holderness School.

Holderness School maintains eight tennis courts where both the varsity and junior varsity teams practice and compete.

 

Rumney Rocks

Rock climbing at Rumney Rocks, New Hampshire

The Holderness rock climbing team can be found daily at Rumney Rocks a premier sport climbing destination in the United States. With a wide range of routes, Rumney Rocks offers students opportunities to work on the basics or challenge themselves to reach the next level. 

 

Hinman/Walker Field

Football game at Holderness School

Named after two legendary Holderness football coaches, Hinman-Walker Field is located on the Upper Fields behind Bartsch. Surrounded by a steep embankment, this football field is the perfect place to hang out on a fall afternoon and watch the Bulls in action.

 

Air Bag Jump

On-campus air bag jump.

Built into the hillside above the school’s football field, the jump provides a year-round venue for our freeski, snowboarding, and big mountain teams to throw tricks and improve their skills - all while greatly reducing the risk of injury. 

 

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