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Posted: Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:55 am
by adm1n
Braddock Heights Ski Way started out as just “Ski Way,” graduating to a longer name in 1966. This ski area near Washington, DC had an approximately 300 foot vertical. Braddock Heights Ski Way only received around 20 inches of snowfall per year, but had 100% snow making capabilities. The area had one t-bar and two rope tows.

An obscure area just next door to Braddock Heights, and believed to be a part of the ski area, was called Strudel Run. Strudel Run also boasted its own t-bar.

If you have any information or photos about this ski area, post here or drop us an email at [email protected]. This portion of the messageboard was implemented so that those who have skied or played at any of the closed ski areas can share their experiences and discuss "old times". Understand that the content shared may not be 100% accurate.