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Vermont Cancelled Ski Areas
F. Duncan Case Ski Area
Essex Junction, Vermont
Constructed but never opened, 1970s
Overview
F. Duncan Case constructed a small private rope tow area in the late 1970s. Due to the terrain and lack of interest, it never opened.

The rope tow at the F. Duncan Case Ski Area (2009)
The rope tow at the F. Duncan Case Ski Area (2009)

The rope tow at the F. Duncan Case Ski Area (2009)
The rope tow at the F. Duncan Case Ski Area (2009)

Rope (2009)
Rope (2009)

The bottom of the trail at the F. Duncan Case Ski Area (2009)
The bottom of the trail at the F. Duncan Case Ski Area (2009)

The liftline (2009)
The liftline (2009)


Today
The rope tow from the F. Duncan Case ski area is still in place as of summer 2009.

Quotes
" [A] 300' rope tow, owned by F. Duncan Case, was inspected in Essex Junction in 1971 or 1972. As it turns out, this area never operated. "
New England Lost Ski Areas Project


" [R]emnants of this ski area do exist. I took several pictures this past July. "
Andy Dufresne


Resources
  • F. Duncan Case - New England Lost Ski Areas Project


  • Last updated: December 18, 2012
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