MONT TREMBLANT, Que.: a 2,859-foot Constam T-bar with vertical rise of 690 feet, capacity 900 per hour.
LAUREL RIDGE, Pa.: a new combination T-bar and chair lift. Length is 2,000, rise 700 feet, capacity 800 skiers per hour. Cost to the builders: $55,000.
LAKE PLACID, N. Y.: a Pomalift at Scott's Cobble 1,335 feet long with 300-foot rise and capacity of 800 per hour. Another Pomalift at Fawn Ridge.
BROMLEY, Vt.: a Pomalift 2,190 feet long with 400-foot rise and capacity of 900 per hour replaced rope tow in East Meadow. Rest rooms at halfway point. Ski shop and checking room facilities doubled.
OKEMO, Vt.: near Ludlow, two Pomalifts, one above other. Lower lift, 1,800 feet long. Upper lift, longest Pomalift in country, measures 6,200 feet. Total rise: 1,800 feet.
MT. SNOW, Vt.: a 3,800-foot double chair on top half of mountain with rise of 1,000 feet and capacity of 1,180 per hour opens four two-mile runs. Improvements worth $90,000 put into access road.
HOGBACK, Vt.: a 1,700-foot Pomalift with 300-foot vertical rise and 1,000 per hour capacity. Two new trails—Great White Way, Molly Stark—also opened.
INTERVALE, N.H.: an 1,800-foot Pomalift. Also a new 400 by 400-foot area cleared at top, and baby-sitting service is now available.
MT. CRANMORE, N.H.: a 2,300-foot double chair with 600-foot rise and 800 per hour capacity on East Slope, serves new Hannes Schneider memorial trail and 25-acre practice slope. Rope tow on South Slope also being replaced by 1,800-foot Poma with 350-foot rise, 800 per hour capacity.
MT. PLEASANT, Me.: near Bridgeton, Maine's first chair lift—a double chair 4,250 feet long with 1,200-foot vertical rise.