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   Vermont: Timber Ridge: Expansions
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North Glacier Bowl at Timber Ridge
North Glacier Bowl Details
North Glacier Bowl
Status:Cancelled
First Season of Operation:1983-84
Lifts:1 lift
Terrain:
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Along with the development of the Southbrook area, plans were made to build a complex to the north of the main chairlift. The new lift would have covered 650 to 850 vertical feet over a 3,000 foot run, ending above the existing ski area summit. Three trails and a glade would have been cut.

While the development was planned for the 1983-84 season, construction never started, as the Southbrook expansion was halted. Timber Ridge would soon be purchased by Magic Mountain. Soon thereafter, connector trails were cut between the two areas, running through the top portion of the proposed North Glacier complex.


North Glacier Bowl in the 1982 Timber Ridge trail map
North Glacier Bowl in the 1982 Timber Ridge trail map

Timber Ridge Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Magic Connection1987-88Abandoned
North Glacier Bowl1983-84Cancelled
Southbrook1982-83Abandoned
Upper Mountain1972-73Abandoned
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Last updated: April 24, 2014

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