The Most Useless Pods in New England
I couldn't resist riverc0il's suggestion to start this thread. A few ground rules.
1. The area at which the pod is suggested must be at least 500' vertical.
2. Rope tows do not count unless the nominator can demonstrate it as unusual in some way.
3. The pod can't be the only lift at the area.
4. If two lifts serve the same pod, the second is for crowds and shouldn't be designated as useless (e.g. the double on Snowshed that was just removed)
The initial nomination for this lift is the High Country at Waterville Valley although the dissenters see it as an opportunity for early season skiing and the ability for WV to call themselves 2K vertical.
Some would suggest the Section of the Killington Gondola from Rte. 4 to Northbrook and the Sunrise Chair in it s present state to be valid candidates. Killington's real estate owners would disagree with thath and the people who advertise only New England area with over 3K vertical want at least the full gondola.
What else do you have?