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New England's Alpine CCC Ski Trails
From 1933 until 1942, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) worked on countless outdoors projects. With alpine skiing still in its infancy in the 1930s, the CCC cut numerous trails throughout New England.

While some of these CCC ski trails still exist today, many have either been abandoned or incorporated into alpine ski areas.
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Once one of the busiest areas in New England...now idle
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A 5,000 acre resort with a tram and monorail?  Almost.
A 5,000 acre resort with a tram and monorail? Almost.
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