Dartmouth's Moosilauke Ravine Lodge
Moosilauke Ravine Lodge - 2450'
The Ravine Lodge was built in 1938 by
C. Ross McKenney, Woodcraft advisor to the
Dartmouth Outing Club.
It was used as a ski lodge through the
1950's then sat nearly abandoned in the 60's. In the early 1970's, Al
Merrill, the director of Outdoor Programs began revitalizing the Lodge
and running it in the summers for the
The Lodge sleeps 80 in several rooms, lofts, and four
main room can seat up to 100 for dinner.
It is located at the base of Mt Moosilauke
by the start of the Gorge Brook, Snapper, and Asquam Ridge trails.
There is a crew comprised of Dartmouth
students and recent grads that cook, clean, and entertain the guests.
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