Dunham's Mtn. Farm Ski Slope
Waterville, ME
Late 1930's - Early 1940's

This ski area boasted the longest rope tow in the state in 1939, and at 1700 feet, that's a long tow!  There was night skiing and an overnight hut for skiers.

(Skier's Guide to New England)
Open Slope
3/5 mile long, 300 feet wide, 400 foot vertical drop
32 degree slope
Expert to intermediate.  Slalom course and novice terrain available.
Longest tow in the state, 1700 feet long, lighted for night use.
Ski hut has overnight facilities.  Toboggan chute.

(Complete Skier's Guide)
Nothing different from 1939, except for some non specific improvements.

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