Hobbs Hill
Harrison, ME
Late 1930's -?

This small ski area on Hobbs Hill had a rope tow, tobogganing, and a shelter.  Delmore has a few memories of this location:

"I remember that it was there and it wasn't very successful. It never had a lodge, just an old farmhouse that may have sold a few hamburgers and hotdogs there. The last time I remember being up in that area when it was open was when I was fifteen (1940)."

(Skier's Guide to New England)

Located 1 mile from village, 60 acres of open slopes
500 foot rope tow
North exposure - South West
Ample space for toboganning and parking
Plowed road, shelter, all classes of skiing

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