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Vermont's early ski industry

With a covered bridge, white-spired church, weathered barns, and ski trails down the

mountainside, Stowe is everybody's image of Vermont. At the foot of Mt. Mansfield and in the heart of the state's snow belt, it's also the town that most personifies the glory days of Vermont's early ski industry, a heritage that's explored here in the Vermont Ski Museum. Although avid skiers had climbed the mountain long before that, and a rope tow was installed in 1937, things really took off in 1940 when the first chairlift was opened. Read more: http://www.planetware.com/tourist-attractions/vermont-usvt.htm
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