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Uphill New EnglanD

is building a vibrant uphill community.

One *uphill* pass
12+ mountains 

2024/25 Passes Coming Soon!

Buy Raffle tickets, swag and replacement armbands in our store.

One streamlined uphill pass for ski touring, split boarding, & snowshoeing across new england

PASS HOLDER 
bEnefits

uphill Access to 12+ resorts
Easy check-in
Mobile app w/vert tracking
Fun community
$1,000s
 in gear raffle prizes
exclusive discounts
support access initiatives 

Uphilling at ski resorts is a core part of the alpine touring experience in New England. Whether it is due to poor snowpack, avalanche hazard, or just convenience, there are many reasons to go uphilling at New England's ski resorts.

 

Thankfully, many resorts are open to uphilling, but navigating the multiple passes, liability waivers, use dates, and access regulations can be a headache. And some resorts are hesitant to allow uphillers at all.

Uphill New England, a local non-profit organization*, has created the first ever multi-mountain pass in order to solve these problems and ensure sustainable access at ski resorts. We're building a community of engaged, responsible, and empowered uphill enthusiasts. 

Help support our mission by purchasing a pass!

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WHO WE ARE

Uphill New England is a nonprofit organization*

Our mission is to build a vibrant, responsible, and sustainable culture of uphilling in New England

Reach out to info@uphillnewengland.org for more details.

*UNE is organized and operated as a New Hampshire nonprofit corporation and is in the process of applying to the IRS for nonprofit status pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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