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Brochures & Trail Maps

If you have any Big Valley / Hahn Mt. brochures or trail maps, please contact me.

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'83-'84 Hahn Mt. Brochure. Click for larger images. Images courtesy of Linda Peters.

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'82-'83 Hahn Mt. Brochure. Click for larger images. Images courtesy of Ed Conaway.

My recollection is that the brochures became more simplistic over time. And the newer brochures had deleted all the trails that were generally unused during the Hahn Mt. era. So I'm certain that the undated brochure below is older than those shown above. Except for the new Rooster Run, the brochure below is more indicative of how the ski area appeared back in the Big Valley days. The brochure is probably from the '81-'82 or '80-'81 season.

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Undated Hahn Mt. Brochure. Click for larger images. Images courtesy of Ed Conaway.

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A two-side price card from the '80-'81 season. Images courtesy of Ed Conaway.

Shown below is an undated Big Valley Brochure. Note that none of the slopes and trails are named. Note that trail 8 (future Appalachian) is listed as "Most Difficult" while trail 7 (future Foxy Lane) is listed as "More Difficult". These designations were reversed during the Hahn era. I believe Hahn regraded the top of Appalachian such that it became the easiest way down from the top. Foxy Lane lacked lights and snow making as was essentially abandoned. The name "Big Valley" was assigned to trail 3 which was the ski area's most challenging way down from the top. The appendage labeled trail 2 was not maintained and grew in.

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Undated Big Valley Brochure. Click for larger images.