Genesee Mountain Ski Jump
Dates of Operation: 1921-mid 1930's & mid 1950's
Average Snowfall: 75"
Lifts: none
History: Genesee Mountain was a stop on the national ski jumping
circuit from 1921-1927.  Its location was very close to major cities, but
snow can be very unpredictable at that elevation.  This site at its prime
had four ski jumps.  During the mid 1950's the University of Denver used
the area for ski jump training.
Area Pictures:
The area after a good storm*
The area in the 1920's*
A skier goes off the jump*
Houses now fill up the area
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*From A History of Colorado Skiing by Abbott Fay