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A ski hill within a rural Pennsylvania state park is set to undergo a revival and expansion. Officials have successfully secured a concessionaire to manage the operations. Denton Hill State Park, situated in Ulysses Township, Potter County, was established in 1951 and eventually developed its own quaint lodge and ski lifts, featuring 22 designated trails. Among them was the famed "Avalanche" trail, rumored to boast the steepest slope in the Eastern region. Spanning 700 acres, this park, conveniently located between Galeton and Coudersport along the picturesque Route 6 in the revered region known as "God's Country," held the distinction of being one of the few properties under the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources that offered authentic downhill skiing until its closure in 2014.

Unlike most ski resorts, Denton Hill State Park was publicly owned. Last year, the DCNR initiated a vigorous search for a new operator, and recently announced that Denton Go, LLC—a group of three local individuals well-versed in business and experienced in "mountain recreation"—will embark on a 35-year lease to reestablish and enhance the ski operations.

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