Now Hiring Lift Attendants

We are looking for lift attendants available to work Thursday-Sunday for the remainder of the 2019 season, particularly Thursday and/or Friday.   Qualified candidates will ensure the safe and efficient operation of the bike carrier lift. Responsible for the compliance of ANSI B77 standards, New Hampshire Tramway rules and regulations and all Highland Mountain policies and procedures. Must be attentive and accountable for operational and emergency procedures of the lift, the loading and off-loading bikes from chairlift attachment and able to lead a team in a lift evacuation if needed. Applicants will be working in adverse outdoor weather conditions at times. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds repeatedly throughout the shift. Dependability and excellent customer service and communication skills are required. Previous lift operating experience preferred but not mandatory. Must be 16 years or older to apply. Please send your completed application to josh@highlandmountain.com.

2020 Season Passes On Sale Now!

INTRODUCING NEW SEASON PASS PRODUCTS FOR 2020 2020 Season Passes go on sale October 1st! We’re very excited to be rolling out a variety of new Season Pass products this year, so that you can choose the Highland experience that best suits your riding habits. Just here for the lift? Stick to the basic Lift Only Season Pass and keep shredding. Not much of a downhill rider, but want to take advantage of all of our non-lift-accessed terrain? The Yard Card Season Pass will get you into the HTC, dirt jumps, and slopestyle course no problem. Want to do it all? We won’t ask you to limit yourself: the All-Access Season Pass includes all of our lift-accessed and non-lift-accessed facilities, Wednesduro, and any and all winter operations. Purchase your season pass now at a discounted rate and enjoy all of its benefits for the remainder of 2019 and all of…

#EnduroEverest at Highland Mountain

#EnduroEverest at Highland Mountain  On Tuesday, September 17th, Highland Trail Builder and Coach Justin Lagassey mounted his bike with one goal in mind. He’d been plotting and preparing for weeks, and the day was finally here. Over the next twenty-four hours, on the strength of maple syrup and grit, he planned to ride the vertical equivalent of climbing Mount Everest from sea level to summit.  Back in January, Justin had read a story on Pinkbike from Henry Quinney about ‘Everesting’ Skyline Bike Park in Queenstown, New Zealand. (Read that story here.) The idea took hold. How fun would it be to take on that same challenge at Highland, with a few Justin-style twists? So fun! Is he crazy? you might be wondering. Sure. We all are. Next question.  The Rules: Climb 29,029 vertical feet in a single ride No changing No sleeping No shuttles No whining No cheating  The original…

Now Taking Deposits on 2019 Rental Bikes

The Highland Bike Shop is now taking deposits on bikes in our 2019 rental fleet. All bikes are carefully maintained throughout the season by our experienced mechanics, so they’re still running great by the time they move on to their next home. We give every bike a full tune-up prior to sale: brakes are bled, fork is overhauled, and cable and housing are replaced. In many cases we will also install a new saddle, grips, and handlebars. Brake pads are at 50% or better. Tires are used but in good condition. Some protective film has been removed. Whether you’ve been biding your time for the perfect upgrade opportunity or are finally biting the bullet and buying your first bike, these will not disappoint. Interested in learning more? There’s still plenty of time left in the season to rent a bike for the day and see how it feels! Give us…

Road Closure Notice

The bridge on Shaker Road in Northfield will be closed until further notice. If you are traveling to or from Highland via Route 140, please follow the posted detour. Highland will still be easily accessible from Exits 19 and 20. From Exit 20, turn right to follow Route 3 through downtown Tilton, then turn left onto Park Street and left onto Bean Hill Road. From Exit 19, turn right onto Highland Mountain Road then left onto Bean Hill Road. We appreciate your consideration for our neighbors in following the speed limit and obeying posted warnings. See you on the hill!