There is a great recent thread How many ski areas have you been to?. I came up with 57 using the Facebook app and then realized afterwards that I had missed 5. Reason? They are gone.
I have seen other posts about lost ski areas, but I am wondering how many of us still remember them?
Brodie Mountain: My first day ever of skiing was, I believe, in 1976. I spent the day on the rope tow and J bar, taught by my big brothers. What I remember most is the antique fire truck that shuttled skiiers from the parking lot.
Hogback: The first area I ever skied in Vermont. Not big nor difficult but a lovely location.
Power Ridge: Also known as Powder Bump, a very small are in central Connecticut. Many night skiing trips with my high-school ski club. Closed in 2007
Haystack: I had one of my best ski days in high school here simply because it was snowing all day, and the conditions were just magical.
Mt Tom: My first day was on Brodie, but I learned on this Mountain. A lot of good memories, though I do not miss those old metal plate on the bottom the boot bindings that I used to rent.
Anyone else have a lost mountain to remember?