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Mittersill at Cannon Mountain

Mittersill Race & Training Slopes is a designated training site for the U.S. Ski Team - and it’s where Holderness skiers train and race.

Mittersill Race & Training Slopes and the Mittersill Performance Center are the result of a partnership between Holderness School, Franconia Ski Club, Cannon Mountain and the State of New Hampshire, and the US Ski Team. Over the last six years, these organizations have raised nearly $7,000,000 to add snowmaking, install a new t-bar lift, and regrade two race trails at Mittersill. With the completion of the Mittersill Performance Center, this partnership has transformed ski racing in the Northeast.

A student athlete skis slalom at Mittersill at Cannon Mountain. 
World-Class Training

The Mittersill Race & Training Slopes is comprised of two legendary trails. The Taft Slope has an adjacent T-bar and offers high efficiency slalom and giant slalom training, while Baron’s Run features the speed venue for super G and giant slalom.

 

Holderness Snow Sports Stats

5

Days athletes spend on snow each week.

94

Days athletes spend on snow each season.

25

Steps from the Mittersill Performance Center to T-bar.

5

Minutes it takes to ride T-bar and take one training run at Mittersill.

160

Inches of annual snowfall at Cannon Mountain.

2,180

Vertical Drop of Cannon Mountain

Mittersill Performance Center


This 9,500-square-foot lodge, open to all resort guests, gives Holderness and Franconia Ski Club athletes much-needed space to support alpine ski racing and training. The facility includes ski tuning rooms, coaches’ offices, video review rooms and gear storage areas.