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New Hampshire Cancelled Ski Areas
Gap Mountain
Troy, New Hampshire
Proposed in the 1960s and 70s
Gap Mountain as seen from Mt. Monadnock (2011) Overview
Originally a small rope tow area that may or may not have ever operated during the middle of the twentieth century, a larger ski development was proposed on Gap Mountain during the 1960s and/or 1970s, leading to a successful land preservation effort.

1949 USGS Topographic Map
1949 USGS Topographic Map


Today
There are still remains from the old rope tow from the original Gap Mountain Tow.

Quotes
" Gap Mtn. now under construction "
Pat Harty, 1949




Resources
  • Gap Mountain - Wikipedia
  • Gap Mountain Tow - New England Lost Ski Areas Project
  • Gap Mountain Tow - teachski.com
  • Harty, Pat. "Stem Turns" The Boston Globe. 16 Dec. 1949.


  • Last updated: December 11, 2012
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