What do a fan-type snow gun , Lange-Flo, and the Hanson ski boot have in common?
Who made the lift blankets used on the Mount Mansfield single chair and eventually also on the Mansfield double?
What is the name of the dentist who invented a critical piece of skiing equipment?
Since “shopping” season is in full swing even if ski season isn’t, this week’s trivia question deals with a Stowe-based product: What product provides the Stowe link between Jean Claude Killy and The Grateful Dead?
What ski area was the first to install a commercial snowmaking system? (No, it wasn’t Killington.) And just to generate some local participation, when was the first snowmaking installed at Stowe?
Foster Chandler, legendary former Director of Marketing for Killington, provided the correct answer to last week’s trivia question: “Killington opened December 13, 1958 with 2 Pomalifts on Snowdon Mountain, while construction continued on 2 other Pomalifts during the winter. Four… Continue Reading →