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News Roundup: Another LST

  • Mi Teleférico announces it will transport its hundred millionth commuter in early December, three and a half years after opening La Paz’s first urban gondola.  Eight gondolas now operate with two more forming the Orange Line set to 
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Before Technology, Bull Moose Came to the Aid of the Lost

This article was first published on Aug. 2, 2004 in the New Hampshire Union Leader.

WATERVILLE VALLEY – In the midst of the mountainside search for two Massachusetts teenagers missing earlier this month, a startling, if not preternatural, sound erupted from the dense forest off Tripoli Road. 864 more words

North Country History

News Roundup: Fly Day

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Because the hike wasn't long enough....

Another day. Another hiking adventure. This time to Goodrich Rock up near Waterville Valley. This looked to be a good Sunday hike with some fun and interesting boulders ( who doesn’t love exploring around these huge rocks!). 265 more words

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WATCH: Summer Explosives Work @ Waterville Valley's Green Peak

“Blasting the solid granite ledges on Green Peak Trails means trail grading is making huge headway and will make trails easier to groom and give us plenty of “natural features” like giant boulders to play with this winter!” 208 more words

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News Roundup: T-Bar Rebirth

  • Gould Academy is fundraising to put a T-Bar up Monday Mourning at Sunday River but hasn’t signed a contract yet, I’m told. The race training lift could become New England’s sixth new T-Bar in three years.
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News Roundup: Removed

  • Reopening of Steamboat’s refurbished gondola has been delayed one more week to July 21st.
  • Pats Peak starts work on the new Peak chair, a CTEC from Ascutney, VT with Skytrac upgrades and a loading carpet.
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