Early Skiing on Snoqualmie Pass (Sports) (English Edition) por John W. Lundin

Early Skiing on Snoqualmie Pass (Sports) (English Edition) por John W. Lundin

Titulo del libro: Early Skiing on Snoqualmie Pass (Sports) (English Edition)

Autor: John W. Lundin

Número de páginas: 243 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: October 16, 2017

Editor: The History Press

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John W. Lundin con Early Skiing on Snoqualmie Pass (Sports) (English Edition)

Relive the exciting early days of skiing when Snoqualmie Pass was the epicenter of the sport. Ski jumping tournaments attracted world-class competitors to Cle Elum, Beaver Lake on the Summit and the Milwaukee Ski Bowl. The Mountaineers' twenty-mile race from Snoqualmie to Stampede Pass, dubbed "the world's longest and hardest race," was a pinnacle of cross-country skiing. Alpine skiing began in private ski clubs and expanded in 1934 with the country's first municipal ski area, known as the Seattle Municipal Ski Park. And the sport peaked when the Milwaukee Ski Bowl at Hyak opened in 1938. With train access, a modern ski lodge, an overhead cable lift and free ski lessons from the Seattle Times, the Ski Bowl revolutionized local skiing. Lawyer and local ski historian John W. Lundin follows the historic tracks through the genesis of American skiing.