Today this 1968 tourism production filmed for the New Hampshire Department of Economic Development is a time capsule of Granite State winter recreation, with its major focus on skiing. Among the short vignettes of dogsled competition, ski-bobs, après ski and early Ski-Doo racing, longer segments of classic footage show New Hampshire ski areas from oldest--the Nansen ski jump in Berlin and Cannon Mountain--to the newest, Loon Mountain and Waterville Valley. Portraits of Herbert Schneider, Paul Pfosi, Paul and Paula Valar, Penny Pitou and Egon Zimmerman alternate with scenes of tight-kneed wedeln and a head-scratching shot of Pfosi rappelling on skis to start his run in Tuckerman Ravine. Relive the skiing Sixties as seen through the lens of Roger Brown and Summit Films.
1968, color, 28 minutes.
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