• Old school
    By Jeb Wallace-Brodeur
     | February 16,2013
     
    Jeb Wallace-Brodeur / Staff Photo

    Tim Salomaa, who grew up a few houses down the road from Northeast Slopes, throws a daffy off a jump dubbed "Tarzan" on Wednesday.

    A small ski area in East Corinth has been keeping the ski experience low-key and affordable since 1936. Northeast Slopes offers skiing and riding on 360 vertical feet serviced by surface lifts. The most anyone will pay for a lift ticket is $15. Clockwise from above: Tim Salomaa, who grew up a few houses down the road, throws a daffy off a jump dubbed “Tarzan” on Wednesday. Peter Phelps, of Corinth, helps his daughter Braylee, 4, ride the rope tow. Volunteer Jen Brooks, of Corinth, works the snack counter. Volunteer Kris Marshia, of Newbury, loads children on the T-bar. Celia Faherty, 3, of East Orange, sits on a ski rack outside the Northeast Slopes base lodge. The area is open weekends and Wednesday afternoons.







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