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History: Little shredders

’Tis the season for group ski lessons and children’s programs. Pictured is a group of young children wearing Kinderheim Playschool bibs being helped into ski equipment at Snowmass. A caption reads, “Kinderheim at Snowmass is an experience that adults have long since lost the opportunity to appreciate. A unique program for children that takes advantage of all that Snowmass has to offer. The children play outdoors almost every day, skiing on ‘Fanny Hill,’ sledding, building snowmen, hiking and taking sleigh rides. Kinderheim is located adjacent the Village Square at the Snowmass Inn.” Photo taken circa 1974.

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