(603) 764-5858Please call between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM
PO Box 9, Hanover, NH 03755
As of September 2016, the Ravine Lodge is closed for reconstruction. We expect to begin taking reservations for Fall 2017 in May.
For information relating to the project and to donate, please visit the project website.
During the construction project, the site is closed to all foot traffic, but parking is still available and you can still access all the trails. Please obey signage and park respectfully, so that construction equipment can enter and leave.
The original Moosilauke Ravine Lodge was raised up in the late 1930s to serve some of the nation’s earliest competitive skiing. Today the Lodge provides a destination for the area and the entire Dartmouth community and the Upper Valley. The Lodge is open to the public for rooms and meals as well as events!
- Reservations are required for dinner and overnight. Call (603) 764-5858 to make your reservation. You must make your reservation no later that the night before the start of your stay. Please call between the hours of 11:00 AM and 5 PM.
- Dinner is at 6:30 PM and is served Family Style. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions when you call to make your reservation.
- Payment in full is required when making your reservation. Please click here for pricing information.
- The lodge is about an hour from Hanover. Here's how you get there.
The Lodge’s friendly and hard-working crew of students and recent alums serves up hot breakfasts and multi-course dinners from the Lodge’s cookbook, family-style in the Lodge’s main room.
The Lodge’s guest rooms and the outlying bunkhouses can sleep groups from two to twelve. Showers and toilets are in the main building and common rooms are heated by massive old fieldstone fireplaces.
The Lodge is a wonderful place to bring budding outdoor enthusiasts on their first adventures — with the promise of a hot shower, a hearty meal, and a cozy bed at day’s end. Over thirty miles of hiking trails connect the Lodge to Mount Moosilauke’s summit and trailheads, ranging from easy woods-walks to boulder-clambering ascents. For those interested in volunteer trail maintenance, a one-night stay at the Lodge is rewarded for every day of trailwork.
Because of its size, location and services, many groups use the Lodge for retreats and conferences. The main room and the conference spaces downstairs are available for student and alumnae/i groups for getaways and reunions, and for academic classes, offices and programs, for retreats, lectures, and conferences. The Lodge crew can also provide meals and snack breaks for groups.
Many weekend evenings see special events hosted at the Lodge, including music, storytelling, dances, or presentations. If you have an idea for a special program, or want to schedule something extra for your group, contact the Lodge Manager. Some examples are: Live Music, Singalongs, Contradances, DOC Film Screenings, etc.
The Lodge isn’t just for the Dartmouth community — local residents, hikers, and visitors to the area are all welcome to stay for a night, a week, or just come up for dinner. The Lodge is a great place to just get away and put your feet up.
We hope you’ll come stay with us soon!
Keep track of happenings at the Lodge on our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter @Famous4FineFood for real time updates from the Mountain!
Two members of the class of 2016 created an Oral History project to honour Moosilauke and the Ravine Lodge. Please visit and contribute your stories of life and adventure at Moosilauke.
The Ravine Lodge staff have made great strides in increasing the amount of local food served at the Lodge in recent years. Here's a map of all the places your food comes from!
Last Updated: 12/20/16