Babes, Sun, Snow and Skiing, 1940s Ski Poster
This poster was initially called Girl’s Gone Skiing, but we wanted it to sort next to the Babes and Jumper poster as they are from the same ski area and time frame.
A great image from the early days of skiing Mount Lassen, Lassen Volcanic National Park, in Northern CA. At that time, the 1940’s and 50’s the Lassen Ski Park consisted of a single “T-Bar” surface lift. The northeast side of Lassen Peak provides probably the finest skiing in the Park.
Lassen Peak is best in spring conditions, as you can see this was true in the past as well. So all those wanting to ski this great mountain beyond the T-Bar had to hike up, to enjoy the skiing. It is hard to say if these four girls got so aerobic from the hiking up and skiing, that they took their shirts off to cool down or if they were just trying to get a tan, but it is for certain that they have had a great day skiing.
This poster is a reproduction of famous photograph. Size 20 x 30 inches. This image is also available as high quality Giclee Photos in the Sizes 8 x 10 and 11 x 14 inches. Click Photo Title to view:
Babes, Sun, Snow and Skiing, 1940s Ski Photo (2 Sizes)