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Vermont Cancelled Ski Areas
Glenn Skiff Farm
Jeffersonville, Vermont
Constructed but never opened, 1930s
Overview
The Glenn Skiff Farm ski area was constructed in 1935, with a slope served by a ropetow. Due to a lack of snow in the winter of 1935-36, the area did not open. The rope tow was removed thereafter.

Today
There are no known remains of the Glenn Skiff Farm ski area.

Quotes
" So it looks like this area was ready to go but never opened. This tow eventually became the first rope tow at the Stowe ski area, helping it propel into stardom. "
New England Lost Ski Areas Project




Resources
  • Glenn Skiff Farm - New England Lost Ski Areas Project


  • Last updated: December 18, 2012
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