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Stinson Mountain Ski Trail
State: NH
The Stinson Mountain Ski Trail was cut to the south of the Stinson Mountain hiking trail in 1934. The ski trail was likely abandoned after about a decade or two of use.

Stinson Mountain Ski Trail Details
Also Known As:
Location: White Mountains
Peak: Stinson Mountain
Opened: 1934
Closed:
Reason Closed:
Guidebook Descriptions:
1938 New Hampshire: A Guide To The Granite State
Stinson Mt. Trail. W. side Stinson Mt. 3.4m. from Rumney Depot (State 25) via Rumney. Length 2.3 m. Max. grade about 18. Lower part of trail suitable for nvoices, upper half for intermediate and expert skiers. Open slopes with a vertical decline of 1000 ft. at W. base of mountain.

1940 AMC White Mountain Guide
Stinson Mtn. Ski Trail (WMNF) extends E (R) from a point on the Stinson Lake Road 3.4 m. from Rumney Depot, to the summit of the mountain, and is 2 3/8 m. long. 
Images:
1940 AMC map of Stinson Mountain
1940 AMC map of Stinson Mountain



Links:
  • Stinson Mountain - New England's Alpine CCC Ski Trails - NewEnglandSkiHistory.com
  • Last updated 2011-08-18
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