Skiing has been an important part of the DNA of Dublin from its founding. The school built and maintained ski slopes, trails and jumps long before we had a gymnasium. Our location in the heart of the Monadnock region, which is known for its abundant snowfall, allows our athletes easy access to both local and major ski resorts for training and competition.
The Norm “PRO” Wight ski slope, which is squarely in the middle of the upper Dublin campus, features a German Multi Skilift, lighted slope and snow making. This area is perfect for race training progressions and drill space for our recreational and racing student body. Our main training facility is located 20 minutes away at Crotched Mountain in Francestown N.H. Crotched Mountain has 100 skiable acres, 100% fan gun snowmaking and lighting coverage, five lifts and 1000 feet of vertical drop. We also utilize other ski areas for training and racing throughout the region.
Skiing is a lifelong sport that is greatly enhanced by race training and competition. Our Alpine program is designed to allow skiers from varying backgrounds and skill levels to develop their skills while competing in the NEPSAC conference and in high level USSA competitions. Snowsports Director, Sandy Eneguess, a former professional ski racer and level 500 USSA ski coach, has over 20 years of high level coaching experience and extensive ski racing knowledge, experience and enthusiasm. For the serious racers the team also trains at various camps in the offseason. Recent trips include Mammoth Mountain - CA, Laparva - Chile, and Big SNOW - NJ.
Recent Achievements: NEPSAC Class C Girls' Champions 2022, NEPSAC Class C Boys' Champions 2022