Stratton Mountain Resort
Ski Area Expansions
Snow Bowl at Stratton Mountain Resort
Snow Bowl Details
First Season of Operation:
Novice, intermediate, and expert terrain
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A year after nearby Mt. Snow added chairlift service to its
North Face area
, Stratton opened its own north face, the Snow Bowl, in effort to spread out crowds.
30 acres of trails were added for the 1964-65 season, served by a 1,386 vertical foot Heron-Poma chairlift in the new complex.
In 1986, the Snow Bowl double chairlift was replaced by a
new Poma quad chairlift
The Snow Bowl as seen on a late 1960s map
The Snow Bowl (2004)
The top bullwheel of the Snow Bowl Quad (2006)
The Snow Bowl as seen on the 2008 trail map
Stratton Mountain Resort Expansion History
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Last updated: June 6, 2014
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