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  • unknown (1949
      Heavy snows in the fall of 1947 prevented the completion of the Single Chair for the 1948 ski season. The single was completed for the 1949 season.
  • unknown (1949
      Sandy McIlvane, as General Stark, and lift operator George Neill, help Jean Peatman, the reigning Miss Vermont, off the Single Chair on Mad River’s opening day.
  • Wright, Wesley (UVM, 1997-02
      Photos taken by the author at the 1997 Jeep King of the Hill downhill ski race held at Sugarbush, Vermont. Lots of former world cup and Olympic racers chasing faded glory for clueless American audiences.
  • Wright, Wesley (2003-07-11
      Suzy Chaffee strikes a classic freestyle pose at Spruce Peak, Stowe Vermont
  • wright, wesley (2003-10-31
      skiing the summit
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      The famous mud on the McCullough Turnpike (now Route 17) was a hinderance to Mad River’s growth.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      The constant freeze-thaw cycles encouraged the early Turner Lodge owners to collaborate in helping skiers get to the mountain.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Ski instructors, Don Powers and Trodd Fortna, clowning around during the 1950s
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River Ski School Director, Bud Phillips, along with his daughter Krietta. He led Mad River’s Ski School from 1948 until the mid 1960s
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Jean Guy Brunel takes on Mad River’s legendary steeps during the 1961 Kandahar Race
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Ed Eaton, the Kandahar Race Commissioner, gets the joke as Vermont Governor, Phil Hoff presents a prize to veteran Tony Hyde at the 1966 Kandahar Race
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Long-time Mad River Glen General Manager, Ken Quackenbush, checking lift tickets in 1954. Tim Williams, a current Mad River Ski School instructor, is in the background along with his sister. His parents are in the foreground
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River ski patroller, Bill Carnwright, showing his skiing prowess for a State of Vermont photo shoot
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River Glen patrollers imbibing in a little of the famous Mad River Glen conviviality. From left to right; Howard Martin, Duane Fredette, Royce Peabody, Allen Clark and Howard Carr
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River’s Ski Patrol Leaded, Howard Carr, made the cover of the Skiing Magazine in 1962
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Former Mad River Glen owner Betsy Pratt skiing in the early 1980s. This photo was used for several years in various marketing materials.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River’s Austrian ski instructor contingent skiing the Chute in 1971. From foreground to background; Rudi Mair, Franz Kluckner, Rudy Juen
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Since the start Mad River Glen has been a haven for families seeking an unspoiled outdoor experience.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Kids of all ages have earned their skiing stripes on the legendary terrain on Mad River’s General Stark Mountain
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      The Amateur Ski Club, founded by Roland Palmedo, one of the 5 ski clubs with on-mountain lodges. The ski clubs have always been at the core of the Mad River Glen community.

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