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New Hampshire Cancelled Ski Areas
Waternomee Glen Ski Area
Benton & Woodstock, New Hampshire
Proposed in the 1970s
Waternomee Glen Ski Area location map Overview
Decades after the Mt. Blue proposal came and went, a corporation named the Waternomee Glen Corp. planned a possible alpine ski area in nearby Jobildunk Ravine, off Mt. Moosilauke. It is not known how far this proposal progressed before ceasing.

1932 Topographic Map of Waternomee Glen
1932 Topographic Map of Waternomee Glen


Today
There are no known remains of the Waternomee Glen Ski Area.

Quotes
" 1970: Two developers form Waternomee Glen Corp., seeking to acquire land from Franconia Paper Co. for possible ski area development in Jobildunk Ravine, but plans fail to materialize. "
The 4000-Footers of the White Mountains: A Guide and History, p. 433




Resources
  • Mt. Blue Ski Area - New England's Cancelled Ski Areas

  • Smith, Steven D. and Mike Dickerman. The 4000-Footers of the White Mountains: A Guide and History. Second edition. Littleton, NH: Bondcliff Books, 2008.


  • Last updated: December 11, 2012
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