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March 24, 2017
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  •  Updated Okemo, VT

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  •  Updated Suicide 6, VT

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  • Alpine CCC Ski Trails
    Some of Vermont's most legendary ski trails were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
    Timelines
    Vermont ski area expansions - past, present, future.
    Lifts
    A year by year breakdown of ski lift installations, relocations, and removals.
    Maps
    Hundreds of trail maps, past and present.
    Then and Now
    Side by side comparison photos of how Vermont's ski areas have changed over the years.
    Ticket Prices
    Weekend day lift ticket prices by year by ski area.
    Active Ski Areas with Chairlifts
    Area
    Town, Years, Vertical
    Bolton Valley
    Bolton Valley
    1966 • 1,704'
    Bromley
    Peru
    1938 • 1,334'
    Burke
    Burke
    1956 • 2,011'
    Carinthia
    West Dover
    1960 • 1,000'
    Glen Ellen
    Warren
    1963 • 2,600'
    Haystack
    Dover
    1964 • 1,400'
    Jay Peak
    Jay
    1956 • 2,153'
    Killington
    Killington
    1958 • 3,050'
    Mad River Glen
    Waitsfield
    1948 • 2,037'
    Magic Mountain
    Londonderry
    1960 • 1,700'
    Middlebury
    Hancock
    1939 • 1,050'
    Okemo
    Ludlow
    1956 • 2,200'
    Pico
    Killington
    1939 • 1,967'
    Plymouth Notch
    Plymouth
    1965 • 1,300'
    Quechee
    Quechee
    1970 • 650'
    Smugglers' Notch
    Smugglers' Notch
    1950s • 2,610'
    Mount Snow
    Dover
    1954 • 1,700'
    Stowe
    Stowe
    1937 • 2,160'
    Stratton
    Stratton
    1961 • 2,003'
    Sugarbush
    Warren
    1958 • 2,600'
    Suicide Six
    Woodstock
    1937 • 650'
    Active Ski Areas with Surface Lifts Only
    Area
    Town, Years, Vertical
    Ascutney
    Brownsville
    1946 • 170'
    Bellows Falls
    Rockingham
    1950s • 200'
    Chapman Hill
    Williston
    1960 • 170'
    Cochran's
    Richmond
    1961 • 500'
    Cosmic Hill
    Moretown
    1990s • 175'
    Gebbies' Farm
    Greensboro
    1960 • 200'
    Grill Hill
    Norwich
    2016 • 40'
    Hard Ack
    St. Albans
    1960s • 100'
    Harrington Hill
    Strafford
    1960s • 160'
    Hitching Post
    South Royalton
    1950s • 200'
    Living Memorial Park
    Brattleboro
    1938 • 204'
    Lyndon Outing Club
    Lyndonville
    1947 • 433'
    Northeast Slopes
    East Corinth
    1936 • 360'
    Pine Mountain
    Goshen
    1948 • 100'
    Vermont Academy
    Saxtons River
    2000s • 90'
    Vermont Tech
    Randolph
    100'
    Lost/Non-Operational Ski Areas
    Area
    Town, Years, Vertical
    Dutch Hill
    Heartwellville
    1944-1985 • 570'
    Hogback
    Marlboro
    1946-1986 • 500'
    Maple Valley
    Dummerston
    1963-2000 • 1,000'
    Norwich
    Northfield
    1936-1992 • 902'
    Prospect Mountain
    Woodford
    1937-1991 • 675'
    Snow Valley
    Winhall
    1942-1984 • 900'
    Timber Ridge
    Windham
    1963-1991 • 795'
    Mt. Tom
    Woodstock
    1951-1978 • 500'
    Cancelled Ski Areas
    Area
    Town, Decade, Vertical
    Mt. Abraham
    Lincoln
    1940s • 2,500'
    Black Mountain
    Dummerston
    1960s
    Bolton Valley
    Bolton
    1940s
    Dorset Hollow
    Dorset
    1960s • 3,000'
    Eagle Ridge
    Searsburg
    1960s
    Mt. Equinox
    Manchester
    1960s
    F. Duncan Case
    Essex Junction
    1970s
    Glenn Skiff Farm
    Jeffersonville
    1930s
    Wolf's Run Resort
    Bakersfield
    1980s • 500'

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