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Whitneys' J-Bar
Black Mountain Resort
New Hampshire
Status Standing  
Type J-Bar  
Brand  
Install Season 1935-36  
New Install?  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 660 feet  
Install Vertical  
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Originally opened as a rope tow with hanging ropes for 1935-36. Shovel handles installed for 1936-37. Rebuilt as J-Bar for 1954-55 season.  

The shovel handle lift circa the 1940s
The shovel handle lift circa the 1940s

The J-Bar in 2004
The J-Bar in 2004

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014



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