Powder Ridge



Middlefield, CT
In February 2012, Middlefield approved a $1 million bid from Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park, based in Portland, Connecticut, to buy Powder Ridge.[9] In July 2012, the two parties signed an agreement for Brownstone to buy the ski area for $700,000, to be paid in $100,000 annual increments.[10] Brownstone also agreed to invest $2 million into Powder Ridge to restore the ski area, though the company estimated it would cost an additional $1.5 million to bring the facilities to current standards.[10] The sale closed on 13 September, and Brownstone plans to open the ski area for the 2013–2014 season.
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Summit Elevation: 756′

Vertical Drop: 500′

Acreage: 75
Number of Trails: 19 

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Number of Lifts: 7

(2 Triples, 2 Doubles, 3 Surface Lifts)

Night Skiing: Yes

(16 Trails)

Terrain Parks: 4

(3 Parks, 1 Half Pipe)

Tubing: Yes

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