Timberline Peak at Bolton Valley
In conjunction further real estate development, Bolton Valley decided to grow the facility southward in its first significant on-mountain expansion since the 1960s.
|Timberline Peak Details|
|First Season of Operation:||1987-88|
|Terrain:||Novice, intermediate, and expert terrain|
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Located nearly 600 feet below the main base area, the new development was advertised as part of a $5.3 million expansion to the main base area (including a new restaurant and 65 rooms). The lower base elevation allowed Bolton Valley to significantly increase its vertical drop figure from 1,100 to 1,625 feet.
The complex was initially composed of 5 trails and a new Doppelmayr fixed grip quad chairlift spanning 940 vertical feet.
In addition to permitting delays (running up $300,000 in additional costs), the project ran into construction delays, possibly resulting in it not opening until the later portion of the 1986-87 season. The complex reportedly closed soon thereafter due to a chairlift fire, but reopened for the 1987-88 season.
The Timberside complex was expanded again in 1989 with 9 more acres of terrain.
The Timberline Quad (2002)
The Timberline Lodge (2002)
The 2010 Bolton Valley trail map showing the Timberline area
The Timberline base area (2015)
Last updated: June 23, 2015
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