Tuckerbrook Family Area

Discover Cannon’s biggest little mountain in the Tuckerbrook area!

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Tuckerbrook is not just for kids!
4 lifts, and 14 trails were designed and built just for families, learning, and for those who want a relaxed skiing or riding experience apart from the “big mountain”

The Tuckerbrook Family Area is a completely separated (while still connected) learning area perfect for beginners and families. Tuckerbrook is unlike many "beginner areas" at other mountains. It is accessed directly from the Peabody base area, which provides full services and access to the entire mountain, yet Tuckerbrook cannot be skied into from above. So while many areas might offer great beginner terrain, often it is part of the main mountain and used as a highway by all skiers to get back to the base. Not the case at Tuckerbrook. See the map below...

From the wide open Brookside slope to the easy trees of Robin’s Nest, there’s plenty of terrain here for just about any skier or rider! During midweek periods, the Tuckerbrook quad chair serves all of the trails and slopes in the area. On weekends, and during holiday periods, the Brookside triple chair and the handle tow run to provide even more options. The Snowsports School is located along the side of the Brookside slope, and has a magic carpet lift for their programs.

If you’re a first timer on the snow, you’ll start at the top of the gentle Brookside slope. There’s lots of room here for your first turns. Brookside is not only designed for learning, it also offers a great view over northern NH, and even into Vermont. If the Brookside chair is running, you can go right back up and enjoy it all over again. If Brookside chair isn’t running, go just a bit further down, and you’ll find the base of the Tuckerbrook chair.