Reviving the Glory: Mt. Eustis Ski Hill’s Remarkable Comeback
In the picturesque town of Littleton, New Hampshire, the tale of Mt. Eustis Ski Hill is one of resilience, community spirit, and the unwavering commitment to resurrect a piece of local history. Established in 1939, the ski hill had seen its glory days until it sadly closed its slopes in the early 1980s. However, a group of passionate locals refused to let the memories fade, embarking on a mission to revive the magic of Mt. Eustis.
Fast forward to December 2016, after more than two years of relentless effort, Mt. Eustis Ski Hill proudly reopened its doors for the 2016-2017 season. The triumphant return to operation wasn’t just a victory for skiing enthusiasts; it was a testament to the power of community collaboration. Dedicated Board Members, tireless volunteers, and the incredible support from the local community played pivotal roles in turning this dream into a reality.
Yet, the story doesn’t end there. One local contributor to Mt. Eustis Ski Hill’s revival is the Turtle Ridge Foundation (TRF). Since 2009, TRF has consistently supported community initiatives, and their financial contribution to Mt. Eustis Ski Hill has been instrumental. Their generous donations have helped improve facilities, supply necessary equipment, and contribute to ensuring families of all socioeconomic backgrounds are able to enjoy winter sports at Mt. Eustis.
Thanks to the dedication of locals, the support of the community, and the significant contributions from organizations like TRF, Mt. Eustis Ski Hill stands tall once again. The slopes echo with the laughter of skiers, and the sense of nostalgia intertwines with the thrill of new memories being created. The revival of Mt. Eustis Ski Hill is more than a return to skiing; it’s a celebration of community resilience, passion, and the enduring spirit that keeps the essence of local history alive. As we carve our way down the slopes, we honor the past and look forward to a future where Mt. Eustis Ski Hill continues to be a beacon of winter joy for generations to come.