1960s: Trails cut on the north-facing ridge overlooking the Blackwater River.
1970: Installation of a 1400-foot t-bar lift set the facility apart as unique to other private ski areas.
Proctor Ski Area becomes one of most reliable ski jumps
and early-season Nordic loops due to enhanced snowmaking capabilities.
2007: New t-bar installed, additional lighting and snowmaking allow top-to-bottom racing and training.
2010: FIS homologation of two Alpine racing trails creates premier Alpine racing facility.
2013: Installation of electric powered compressors, 21 HKD SV10 Impulse Tower Guns, a Turbocristal Fan gun, and addition of 42 GE PF400 Power Flood Lights both reduce emissions by 140 tons of CO2 and increase quality of skiing.
2014: Nordic Trail enhancements include snowmaking on FIS homologated 1.4 km sprint and 2.5 race loop open at the Bill Paine '51 Nordic Center.
2016: Five element terrain park installed to serve Proctor's Freeride program.