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  • Alpine CCC Ski Trails
    Many of New England's most legendary ski trails were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
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    The stories of New England's legendary ski area management figures.
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    Many ski areas have been proposed and partially built, yet never opened.
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    Photos and information about every aerial lift ever installed in New England.
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    Many companies have operated multiple ski areas in New England with varying levels of success.
    Then and Now
    Side by side comparison photos of how New England's ski areas have changed over the years.
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    Year by year history of lift installations, lift ticket prices, and ski area operations.
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    The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain?
    The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain?
    From Thunder Mountain to Berkshire East
    From Thunder Mountain to Berkshire East
    A massive ski area once proposed in Southern Vermont...
    A massive ski area once proposed in Southern Vermont...
    From a small area to a mega resort
    From a small area to a mega resort
    Beer man and owner of one of the largest ski area chains in history
    Beer man and owner of one of the largest ski area chains in history
    A 5,000 acre resort with a tram and monorail?  Almost.
    A 5,000 acre resort with a tram and monorail? Almost.
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