Skiing Old Trails of the New Deal in Vermont, New Hampshire and the Berkshires

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From 1933 until 1942, the Civilian Conservation Corps, a signature program of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, deployed almost 3 million unemployed men across the nation to plant trees, hew trails and build roads, bridges and park structures. Today a handful of these old trails of the New Deal are still tucked throughout the hills of Vermont, New Hampshire and the Berkshires and (sort of) open to the more adventures skiers.  Read the full story at NYTimes.com.

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  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Skiing Old Trails of the New Deal in Vermont, New Hampshire and the Berkshires
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Skiing Old Trails of the New Deal in Vermont, New Hampshire and the Berkshires
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Skiing Old Trails of the New Deal in Vermont, New Hampshire and the Berkshires
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