NCAA Skiing Championships, Dartmouth College

March 8: Wall, Johansson win NCAA slaloms; Utah wins team title

March 7: Utah's Smigun repeats in NCAA women's 15-k; NMU's Cook edges Vermont's Foster in men's 20-k

March 6: Strong giant slalom showing moves Utah to top of team standings at NCAA Skiing Championships

March 5: New Mexico leads after one day of NCAA Skiing Championships


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Alpine Events

Dartmouth Skiway

The Alpine events will be held at the Dartmouth Skiway in Lyme, New Hampshire. Given snowmaking capabilities at the Dartmouth Skiway, there's no need for a back-up plan for all alpine events.

Mountain Statistics

  • Base Elevation: 975 ft / 297 m
  • Summit Elevation: 1943 ft / 592 m
  • Vertical Drop: 968 ft / 295 m
  • Skiable Area: 104 Acres / 42 Hectacres
  • Annual Snowfall: 100 in / 254 cm
  • Snowmaking: 54%
  • Number of Lifts: 3 (1 surface, 1 dbl chair, 1 quad chair)
  • Uphill Lift Capacity: 3300 per hour
  • Number of Trails: 30
  • Longest Run: 6600 ft / 2012 m

Cross Country Events

Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center

The Cross Country events will be held at the Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center which is located near the Storr's Recreation Area in Hanover, NH. In the event of poor snow conditions, Cross Country events may be relocated to the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, VT.

Downloadable cross country course maps

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