New Boston, NH
The New Boston Skiway opened in the late 1930's with a 1000 foot rope tow. By 1938, the area had added a second tow, giving a combined length of 1800'. This was a fairly large area, with 200 acres, runs up to 3000 feet, and a vertical drop of 300 feet. The area was located 1 mile north of town.
There is a chance this area was reopened years later as Pin Ball Hill Ski Area, since both had similar directions.
|1938-1939, 1940-1941||two connecting ski tows of 1800 foot combined length||200 acres of open slopes, runs up to 3000 feet||vertical drop 300 feet, located 1 mile north of village on way to Francestown, run by Plymouth Ski Club||NH Winter Map, Skier's Guide to New England|
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