The Story of Sugarloaf

The Story of Sugarloaf

Author: John Christie

Publisher: Down East Books

ISBN: 9781461745273

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 152

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This is the dramatic story of the development and history of Sugarloaf ski resort from its beginnings as a hand-cleared path to an international ski and golfing resort of world renown. Many colorful people of international prominence are profiled, including Emile Allais, Jean Claude Killy, Billy Kidd, and Les Otten.
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