Since Ralph DesLauriers opened up Bolton Valley in 1966, he has faced a lot of obstacles. He has chronicled many of them in the video series “Story Time with Ralph.” In the latest episode, he discusses the challenges they originally faced with their access road. The road leading up to the resort is steep and curvy, and many cars in their early years only had two-wheel drive. In response, the resort bought “pusher trucks” that helped struggling guests up to the resort. The video is below, and you can watch the rest of Ralph’s stories here.
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