Potanipo Hill

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Potanipo Hill
Potanipo Hill Andres Institute 2007.jpg
November 2007 view from near the top of the old ski area, now Andres Institute of Art
Highest point
Elevation613 ft (187 m)
Coordinates42°43′38″N 71°40′21″W / 42.72722°N 71.67250°W / 42.72722; -71.67250Coordinates: 42°43′38″N 71°40′21″W / 42.72722°N 71.67250°W / 42.72722; -71.67250
Geography
LocationBrookline, New Hampshire

Potanipo Hill is a 613-foot-high (187 m) peak located in the town of Brookline in southern New Hampshire, United States.

The hill became home to one of the first lift-served ski areas in New England when Brookline Ski Area opened on its eastern face. The area later grew to become a larger regional operation known as Big Bear and later Musket Mountain. The ski area closed in 1984.[1]

Paul Andres purchased a large tract of land on the mountain, including most of the former ski area, and began developing a large art facility. Now open to the public, Andres Institute of Art features dozens of works designed by artists from around the world.

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  1. ^ "Brookline Ski Area". newenglandskihistory.com. 2014-01-15. Retrieved 2014-04-12.

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