Vermont Ski Resort To Auction Off Old Trail Signs

by Chandler
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If you’re looking to own a piece of Vermont ski history, Okemo Mountain Resort will be auctioning off numerous trail signs. Okemo, which just celebrated its 68th birthday, will be auctioning off trail signs from back when it was owned by the Mueller family.

These include a bunch of fan-favorite trails, including Upper World Cup, Nor’Easter, Muellers’ Run, and Double Diamond. I really dig these signs, as they are the same type that are over at my home mountain: Mount Sunapee, so don’t be surprised if you’re bidding against me for one of these.

The proceeds of the auction will go towards the EpicPromise Employee Foundation, which is a “public charity designed to provide our team with pathways to stability and access.”

The auction will begin on February 16th at 12 pm EST and ends on February 17th at 12:00 pm EST. Whoever places the highest bid on an item wins it. If you win one of the signs, you’ll need to pick it up at Okemo on February 24th from 9 am – 3 pm.

Click here to check out the signs that will be available.

Image Credits: Okemo Mountain Resort

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