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Mohawk Mountain Ski Area

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In 1947, Skiing Hall of Fame member, Walt Schoenknecht, created Mohawk Mountain Ski Area amidst the rugged beauty of northwestern Connecticut. In 1948 Walt worked with several local engineers to develop the very first snowmaking system ever used at a resort, the basis for the technology used worldwide today. Mohawk...Read more

Mountain Statistics

STATS

elevation and vertical drop of ski resort
Summit: 1,600 ft
Vertical: 650 ft
Base: 960 ft
Number of Trails: 25
Acres: 107 Skiable Acres
Longest Run: 1.25 miles
Snowmaking: 95%
Night Skiing: Yes - 12 trails
Tubing Center: Yes

TERRAIN

difficulty of ski runs black diamond, blue square and green circle by percentrage
25% Expert
29.1666667% Intermediate
45.8333333% Beginner

MOUNTAINS BY STATE

LIFTS

  • 7 total:
  • 0 Gondolas/Trams
  • 0 Hi-Speed Quad/Other
  • 0 Regular Quad
  • 4 Triple
  • 1 Double
  • 2 Surface

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In 1947, Skiing Hall of Fame member, Walt Schoenknecht, created Mohawk Mountain Ski Area amidst the rugged beauty of northwestern Connecticut. In 1948 Walt worked with several local engineers to develop the very first snowmaking system ever used at a resort, the basis for the technology used worldwide today. Mohawk Mountain has remained a family business and a favorite destination for the past 66 years. Mohawk Mountain Ski Area is a private corporation working in partnership with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection at Mohawk State Park. Mohawk State Forest has cross-country trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing at the top of the mountain but are not maintained or connected with the ski area. Access to the state park is obtained off of Rt. 4 in Cornwall.

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