Massachusetts, United States
Nashoba Valley Ski Area is a small ski area in Westford, Massachusetts. Operating continuously since its opening in 1964, it has 17 trails including a variety of terrain. There is also a terrain park with jumps, boxes and rails, as well as a small beginner terrain park with rails. The area also features a tubing park with 16 runs served by 4 Poma handle tows, this is on the same property, but has a separate entrance on Route 119 in Littleton, Massachusetts
The area is served by 4 chairlifts, two conveyor lifts, and 3 rope tows. Currently the top is only accessible by the chairlifts, but used to be served by a rope tow powered by an old school bus and a T-Bar. All intermediate and advanced terrain is accessible from any chairlift.
The beginner area, which has the easiest trails goes only about a quarter of the way up the hill, it is served by 3 rope tows and two Sun-Kid conveyor belt lifts.
Chief Triple is a Borvig triple chair.
Wardance Triple is a CTEC triple chair, this was built to replace the original rope tow to the top.
Snowdance Double is a Hall double chair.
Sundance Triple is a CTEC triple chair.
Papoose is a Sun-Kid conveyor belt lift which replaces a Gasoline powered rope tow of the same name, which ran about 6 feet to the east of the present lift.
Pow Wow is a rope tow, built out of an old dump truck, the rope runs between the double tires, and over old car wheel rims mounted on old telephone poles. The lift was originally powered by the truck's diesel engine, but was later converted to run on an electric motor. This lift has two ropes that run parallel over both truck wheels, and is considered as two separate lifts, however both ropes are powered by the same motor, so they start and stop at the same times.
Peace Pipe is a rope tow built in a similar fashion to the Pow Wow tow, except that it has only one rope.
Lil'Hawk is a Sun-Kid conveyor belt lift, which was originally built at the base of the lift line for the "Tomahawk T-Bar", but was later moved to a location between the bottom terminals of the Snowdance Double and the Sundance Triple.
Nashoba Valley Ski Area
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