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   Massachusetts: Brodie Mountain Ski Area: Expansions
Ski Area Expansions
 
North Face at Brodie Mountain Ski Area
North Face Details
North Face
Status:Cancelled
First Season of Operation:1990s
Lifts:1 chairlift
Terrain:
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While Brodie's rapid growth in the 1960s slowed in subsequent decades, the ski area nonetheless remained quite popular. Heading into the 1990s, nearby areas were generally either expanding or closing.

Initial plans were put in place for an expansion to the north of the Tipperary ski trail. A potential lift line was displayed on Brodie's published brochures. The new lift was rumored to be a triple chairlift.

The expansion area was eventually removed from future trail maps and Brodie instead boosted their trail count by counting upper, lower, and crossover trails. Upon being purchased by Jiminy Peak, there was no further mention of the North Face expansion.


The North Face as seen on the 1992 trail map
The North Face as seen on the 1992 trail map

Brodie Mountain Ski Area Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
North Face1990sCancelled
Summit Area1967-68Abandoned
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Last updated: August 5, 2014

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