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Bretton Woods Alpine Club

Bretton Woods Alpine Club
14
Feb

Bretton Woods is New Hampshire’s largest ski area with 434 acres of ski and snowboard terrain, 101 trails and glades, as well as four terrain parks. Bretton Woods chose to erect a 50′ x 110′ Sprung structure to house a new stand alone alpine club. The structure features a tan interior tensioned membrane wall, three sun top windows, six sets of double glass doors powder coated to match the Dupont Tedlar Mediterranean Olive exterior membrane. The Johns Manville formaldehyde free insulation package provides an energy efficient interior. The Alpine club is part of a greater membership in the Mount Washington Alpine and Country Club which includes a Golf Course membership.

“With new home ownership at Mount Washington Resort you’ll have your choice of membership in the Mount Washington Alpine & Country Club. Whether you become a Signature member or a Sports member, you and your family will be granted preferred access to the many dining, sports, health and fitness facilities of Mount Washington Resort. You’ll receive priority spa, golf, dining and tennis reservations, preferred pricing on lift tickets and season passes as well as discounts on food beverage and retail purchases. Change where you live and how you live with a home at Mount Washington Resort.”

The Alpine Club features a bar, dinning (warming kitchen) ski and boot tuning, warming and storage. Club membership also includes valet parking and resort concierge services. Membership will be limited. The Alpine club was opened in time for Christmas 2007 and already has 50 members. Bretton Woods had 5000 skiers on the MLK holiday weekend and the club performed in excellent fashion.

Testimonial

“… if you have ever skied over a holiday weekend in New England you will appreciate having a private club.”

“ … this club is the type of thing I’ve come to expect from European Ski Lodges. It’s about time we got this in New Hampshire.”