Before 1947-Around 1950
Oak Hill operated near the center of Temple Village. It was open from just after World War II to around 1950. It was a typical small area, with an open slope and two trails. A warming hut and lunch bar provided services to cold and hungry skiers.
Here's a shot of the rope tow, postcard courtesy Laurie P. Note how it was simply a farmers field with maybe 150' drop.
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Oak Hill by the year:
|1947-1948||700 feet tow||open slopes, trails||located near Temple Village||NH Winter Map|
|1948-1949||800 foot tow||open slope, two trails||Warming Hut, lunch bar||NH Winter Map|
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Last updated: Jan 2 2006