Randolph, Vermont

FARR'S HILL

Harold J. Farr was a Vermont resident who operated a rope tow near his barn, located on Elm Street in Randolph, VT. Mr. Farr allowed local children and family to use the tow and the land for skiing and sledding.

The tow was closed in 1966 as a new ski area named Pinnacle Skiways was developed in Randolph, which closed in 1974. In 2018, Perry and Lynn Armstrong took over ownership of the property with plans to restore Farr's Hill reputation as a 501 (c)(3) recreational center for locals to come and play.

Farr's Hill is located at

24 Elm St. Randolph, VT 05060.

 

Take Elm St. at the junction of Route 12 and Route 66 in Randolph. The hill is located just past Greenhouse Ave. 

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Farr's Hill
History
Farr's Hill Kids
Farr's Hill Rope Tow
Farr's Hill Barn

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