Middlebury College Snow Bowl

Middlebury College Snow Bowl

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Middlebury College Snow Bowl

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The Middlebury College Snow Bowl is a ski area in Hancock, Vermont, east of Middlebury in the Green Mountains. The site has been owned and operated by Middlebury College since its first trails were cut in 1934.

History

The third-oldest ski area in Vermont, the Snow Bowl has hosted intercollegiate competitions since the 1930s. The original lodge--a traditional log cabin--was built in 1938 and remains the oldest standing base lodge in the nation. A modern lodge, Neil Starr Shelter, was completed in 1962 and completely renovated and expanded in 2004. Along with the Dartmouth Skiway, the Snow Bowl is one of two remaining college-owned ski areas in the eastern United States.

The Mountain

Located on the north slope of Worth Mountain, the Snow Bowl rises near Middlebury Gap on land willed to Middlebury College by Joseph Battell. The property is surrounded by the Joseph Battell Wilderness, land once owned by the College now part of the Green Mountain National Forest. Averaging annually,...
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