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Oz at Sunday River
Oz Details
Oz
Status:Open
First Season of Operation:1995-96
Lifts:1 chairlift
Terrain:Novice and expert terrain
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The conclusion of the massive Sunday River build out of the 1980s and 1990s, the Oz complex was formally opened in 1995 (though some skiers would pass through the area on their way to the 1994 Jordan Bowl development).

Though there were novice connector trails at the top and the bottom of the area, Oz was primarily developed as an expert area, including double diamond glades. A new Doppelmayr fixed grip quad, climbing 1,051 vertical feet over a run of only 2,954 feet, was installed to the highest lift served peak at Sunday River.


The Oz area on the 2009 Sunday River trail map
The Oz area on the 2009 Sunday River trail map

Sunday River Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Aurora Peak1991-92Open
Barker Mountain1971-72Open
Jordan Bowl1994-95Open
Locke Mountain1961-62Open
North Peak1985-86Open
Oz1995-96Open
Spruce Peak1986-87Open
Whitecap1987-88Open
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Last updated: April 15, 2014

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