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Author follows Adirondack trails of ski areas that once flourished but are since closed

Ed Taylor Jr., pictured above with his wife, Jo, was the founder and owner of Alpine Meadows in South Corinth from 1946 to 1964. Alpine Meadows closed in 1991. (Courtesy of Linda Jo Taylor Stevens)
Ed Taylor Jr., pictured above with his wife, Jo, was the founder and owner of Alpine Meadows in South Corinth from 1946 to 1964. Alpine Meadows closed in 1991. (Courtesy of Linda Jo Taylor Stevens)
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For Jeremy Davis, skiing is more than a heart-pumping zig-zag down a snow-covered mountain. He gets a thrill from exploring Northeast ski areas that no longer exist. For 14 years, Davis has been using the Internet to hunt for photos and memories of ski areas that closed years ago. He travels to those places, uncovering trails hidden in the woods, abandoned, rusted machinery and lodges that have been shut down for decades. His most recent ...


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