6 miles south of Gorham. Group camping. Open year-round.
Tuckerman Ravine in the News
Search results from Google for Tuckerman Ravine news.
Son of Inferno
The 10th annual pentathalon was held April 18/2010. The last two legs of the race include a hike up to Tuckerman Ravine and a giant slalom course down the headwall to the floor of the ravine (alternative course was set on Hillmans Highway due to ravine conditions).
Deaths on Mt. Washington
131 people have died on Mount Washington since 1849. You'll find them all listed here with cause of death, most due to falls, exhaustion and exposure.
Articles and Trip Reports
Big Ba-aa-d Mt. Washington
Report and mishaps at Tuckerman Ravine from Telemarktips.com.
Tuckerman Tour Guide
A great guide to skiing Tuckerman from Telemarktips.com.
Brad Ray: Making Sense of Snow
US Forest Service ranger, Brad Ray has devoted 40 years to Tuckerman Ravine.
Kamien and Wright
Another in-depth account of their experiences at Tuckerman in May 1994,
photos included (large photos no-longer available).
Tuckerman Ravine 2000
Group photo report from April 15 and May 7, 2000.
David Metsky's Tuckerman Trip Report
Detailed account of David's adventure with loads of photos
taken April 26, 1997.
Photos from Chardog's trip May 20, 2001.
Photos from May 11, 2001 on Hillmans Highway and Lower Snowfields.
Tuckerman Photos 2001 (Pierre Catellier)
Excellent photos from professional photographer, Pierre Catellier.
Specializes in nature photography of the
White Mountains. Included in his online collection are several photos of Mt. Washington and the surrounding mountains.
Columbia Ski Club - Tuckerman Ravine April 2000
Photo gallery and the story behind the pictures.
Topographic maps for the White Mountains as well as the entire US.
Mt. Washington Map and Guide
Large-scale, shaded-relief topographic map of Mount Washington. Order online.
Tuckerman Ravine and Area History
New England Ski Museum
A non-profit membership supported Museum located at the base of Cannon Mountain, NH. Look here for history, videos and books related to Mount Washington and Tuckerman Ravine.
History of Tuckerman Ravine
An indepth look at the history from Jeffrey R. Leich, Director of the New England Ski Museum.
Timeline of New Hampshire Downhill Skiing
Supplied by the New England Ski Museum.
Old Hutsmans Association
Photos and list of hutsman who managed the Tuckerman Ravine shelter (HoJoe's) since it was first build in 1936.
Mount Washington Observatory
Learn more about Mt. Washington, the summit observatory or more
about its famous weather.
The Mountain Washington Cog Railway
The world's first mountain-climbing cog railway. Located on the west face of Mountain Washington.
Tuckerman Brewing Company
After skiing Tuckerman pick up a bottle of Tuckerman Pale Ale from this small brewery in North Conway.
Bartlett Backcountry Adventures
Offers backcountry skiing adventures and instruction in the White Mountains.
White Mountains Info Server
A great source of info for the Mount Washington area including the mountains, AMC huts, shelters, campsites, trip reports and photos. Hosted by David Metsky at Dartmouth College. You can also find a topographical map of Mount Washington here.
Other Neighbouring Ski Areas
Attitash Bear Peak
Community of outdoor enthusiasts with a focus on skiing, hiking and backpacking in the Northeast.
First Track Online
Get board for no-bull ski reports submitted by members
Snow Journal - NELSAP Discussion
Forum for the New England Lost Ski Area Project
A very actice telemark, backcountry, and avalanche awareness board
Check out "Forerunners of Skiing" in the spring 2000 issue
of Freeskier Magazine for an excellent article (with photos) about Toni Matt's spectacular win of the Inferno race held at Tuckerman Ravine back in 1939.