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No, Nose Dive Bypass is an old trail, it's also found on the 1943 AJM
Mausolff map.  My guess is that what you are referfing to is some
version of Rim Rock.  Perry Merrill originally started from Taft
Lodge.

--Matt K.

On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 4:16 PM, Barboza, Henry <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Wow, on the 66/67 Stowe trail map, there's a trail that runs skiers left
>  off of Nosedive called Perry Merril.  The top part of that trail back
>  then must now be what we know as ByPass, and much of it has long since
>  grown in.  Only the lower part of the trail is where the current Perry
>  Merril is today.  It's interesting how quickly the mountain can reclaim
>  a trail and competely change it's character.
>

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