During the course of an ecological survey of a new conservation property in New Ipswich, New Hampshire, I encountered an old ski area on Whittemore Hill (1375' ASL; 360' of vertical, but compressed/steep). There are remnants of a rope tow and trails on the mountain, some wicked steep with nice drops. The donor told me that to the best of her recollection, it was last in operation over 60 years ago. I was unable to find any published reference. The 50-acre parcel called the Susan Bon Preserve and is privately owned and protected as forever wild as of late 2013 (it will never again be skied or logged). There is no public access at this time, but access could probably be arranged. I'm looking for any information about this site. The preserve harbors a particularly interesting floristic community and I am trying to better understand the land use history that created the site's plant mosaic.