Tenney Mountain
Plymouth, NH
1960-2010, (closed a couple of times 1990's-2000's), now closed

I regret to have to add this area to NELSAP. Tenney Mountain in Plymouth, NH is no longer in operation, and the possibility of it reopening is grim, though not impossible.

More information on recent developments at Tenney can be viewed at The Union Leader.

More information on the history of Tenney can be viewed at Jeremy Clark's New England Ski History Website.

This page will be updated again in the future. For now, enjoy a few photos of Tenney below.

The summit Stadeli double chair in 1968. This chair was the only lift to the top, and originally featured a center pole design. They were later replaced with more comfortable Borvig chairs.
This 1986-1987 trail map shows the layout of the mountain. Little has changed since then. The expansion area to the upper right was never finished, though most of the trails were cleared. They have since grown back in.

As a carnivorous plant grower, I was always pleased that some trails were named Venus Fly Trap and Pitcher!

Tenney's trail map in 2004, showing a wide variety of glades and mostly intermediate trails.

If you have photos of Tenney please let us know.

Last updated: Feb 11, 2013

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