According to the 1947-1948 Skier's Guide to New England, Round Meadow Hill had a 750' lighted tow in 1947. This tow served a large, wide slope of 800', with an average grade of 18 degrees, vertical drop of 250', and northeast exposure. It needed 6" of snow to ski, and was novice to intermediate. There was also a Round Meadow Pond for skating, as well as a shelter, parking, and lodge. No other details are known.
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