This small poster is a comprehensive map of lift-served skiing in Vermont—including everything from big resorts to municipal ski hills. Uncolored icons represent private ski resorts. Personal, backyard ski tows (and Vermont has a few) do not appear on the map. We salute their efforts and respect their privacy. It should come as no surprise that ski tows are so popular here—America's very first ski tow was constructed in Woodstock in 1934. Icons marking each ski area are suitable for pins or coloring so you can track where you've skied.
-11" x 14" digital print on heavyweight satin photo paper
(also available in 18" x 24")
-Framed versions are mounted on foam board (without glass) and ready for pinning. Click here for additional mounting & framing info
-Unframed posters are shipped rolled.
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Arrived quickly, good packaging. I framed it and gave it to my husband for Christmas and he loved it!
We framed it and it now hangs in our living room!
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