“Dear Potato King,” began Steve Bradley to Sel Hannah in a March 1946 letter to the Franconia New Hampshire potato farmer and ski trail designer; “we were talking of trails, particularly at Cannon…. May I suggest an experimental idea. It really hasn’t been given a try anywhere, though lots of… Read more“The Early History of Glades”
Welcome to the New England Ski Museum. Our mission is to collect, conserve, and exhibit elements of ski history for research, education and inspiration.
The Ski History of Bartlett, New Hampshire
Not long ago, Attitash in Bartlett celebrated its 45th anniversary. While many of its early themes–the Red Carpet ski area, limited ticket sales, and the world’s first cog monorail ski lift–are largely forgotten, today the resort thrives as one of the mainstays of Mount Washington Valley skiing. Bartlett has a… Read more“The Ski History of Bartlett, New Hampshire”