Domain: hyak.net

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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
The Cle Elum ski area was said to have been conducting a freak tournament for some years. It included events like obstacle races and races in costume, ...
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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
*Ski Acres, east of Snoqualmie Pass, is newly developed. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer will operate a free ski school for youngsters there. ...
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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
(renamedMilwaukee Road Ski Bowl from 1946-1951 so it wouldn't be confused ... resort re-opened after the war in 1946 and was renamed The Milwaukee Ski Bowl ...
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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
American Ski Annual -1950 "Skiing Activities in the Pacific Northwest" New developments include: *Ski Acres, east of Snoqualmie Pass, is newly developed. ...
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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
Mt Pilchuck from a distance. (picture sent from Kurt Wold) ... Clearing below was lower chair area. Mt Pilchuck Ski Area - 1959 ...
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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
The Mt Pilchuck Ski Club was given permission by the State Parks Dept. to create a ski area for winter use. In 1953 they closed the area that had been ...
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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
More Complete Pilchuck Story. Alpenglow Pilchuck Ski Information ... Mt Pilchuck from a distance. (picture sent from Kurt Wold) ...
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Lost Ski Areas of Washington
Nov 2, 2007 ... This site brought to you by the folks at. Hyak Ski and Snowboard. The Lost Ski Areas of WA site online since 1999 ...
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Milwaukee Ski Bowl description from the Wa. St. Sportsmen's Guide ...
Description of the Milwaukee Ski Bowl from the 1949 Washington State Sportsmen's Guide. The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad runs and ...
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Hyak Ski, Snowboard, Nordic
1/20/2004: Some light snow has fallen with a bit of rain in the past week and tempratures have been running in the 30-36 degree range packing down the snow. ...
 
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