Sault Ski club, Sault Ste. Marie: New J Bar 700/300/800. Tel. Karl Martitisch, Sault Ste. Marie, Algoma 3-4414.
Search Mount Valley, 28 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie: New T bar 1,200/800/800 lifts skiers up to six new trails. Tel. Karl Martitisch, Sault Ste. Marie, Algoma 3-4414.
Fort William Ski Club, Fort William: Poma double chair lift 1,450/320/950. Tel. Chamber of Commerce, Fort William, Mayfair 2-9643.
EAST AND WEST
Following are some of the top resorts in the East and West which have added new facilities.
Arapahoe Basin, Dillon, Colo.: Poma double chair lift 3,200/710/850 opens intermediate trails; new lodge for 150 skiers due to open in February, includes ski shop and dormitories. Tel. Joe Jankowski, via Idaho Springs, Arapahoe Basin 2.
Aspen Highlands, Aspen, Colo: Single chair lift 330/40/180 in front of lodge, for beginners; parking lot enlarged to 1,000 car capacity. Tel. Whipple V. N. Jones, Aspen, Walnut 5-7032.
Black Mt., Jackson, N.H.: Mueller T bar 1,150/250/800; two trails, each 2,640/250, and 3-acre open slope. Tel. Holland Whitney, Jackson, Evergreen 3-4490.
Heavenly Valley, South Tahoe, Calif.: Heron double chair lift 4,150/750/750 takes skier up to 9,000 feet; extensive clearing of trees to widen trails leading from top of new lift; warming hut and lodge enlarged, sundecks added; warming shelter at top of new lift; parking lot increased to 2,000. Tel. Chris Kuriasa, South Tahoe, Kimball 4-3548.
Hunter Mt., Hunter, N.Y.: Poma-Savio double chair lift 5,300/1,600/950 serves two expert trails, 2,640/550 and 3,960/550, two intermediate trails 3,960/600 plus two other intermediate trails 2,640/450; novice slope with rope tow; lodge expanded; access road to base of lift paved. Tel. Jim Hammerstein, Hunter 4651.