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   Vermont: Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain: Expansions
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South Witches at Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain
South Witches Details
South Witches
Status:Cancelled
First Season of Operation:1980s
Lifts:1 chairlift
Terrain:
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Two years after the Witches complex opened, a map of a proposed connection between Mt. Snow and Haystack was generated. In addition to the Deerfield Ridge Link to Mt. Snow, another new pod was displayed on the Haystack side.

Located to the south of the Witches area, the proposed complex was to have its own lift with a larger vertical drop than the Witches Triple. Serviced by the lift were to be a half dozen new trails.

It is unknown how far this proposal went, but the trails were never cut, nor was the lift likely ordered.


A proposed southern part of the Witches complex in a 1989 plan
A proposed southern part of the Witches complex in a 1989 plan

Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Deerfield Ridge1980sCancelled
Hermitage Connection2012-13Open
South Witches1980sCancelled
The Witches1987-88Open
Upper Mountain1965-66Open
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Last updated: April 23, 2014

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