William Maclay Architects, creators of the master plan for the Organic Farm, have designed the Class of 1974 Bunkhouse at the Ravine Lodge. Timberhomes LLC is building the bunkhouse. The class will present it at their 40-year reunion next year. The construction site is visible north of the Lodge in this recent Google aerial:
The Ravine Lodge really seems to be evolving into a little village, less a singular outpost than a summer camp.
The Rauner Library Blog has a nicely-illustrated set of posts on the first Freshman Trip in 1935, Trips during WWII, and Trips in the present. The program is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
Robin Meyers created a time-lapse video of scenes at the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge, focusing on a feed and square dance (via Dartmouth College Planning).
Cary Bernstein of the Class of 1984 led a group of five architect classmates in designing the new Class of ’84 Crew Cabin at Moosilauke. David Hooke ’84 led the volunteer construction (Dartmouth Now). Photos from the college Flickr stream show the cabin standing next to the Ravine Lodge itself, set back a bit behind the trees. Note the rustic coat hooks.
The Dartmouth has a story on Eli Burakian 2000 and the publication of his book of photographs, Moosilauke: Portrait of a Mountain.
Lots more on the mountain is available at MtMoosilauke.com.
[Update 11.10.2012: Link to mtmoosilauke.com broken, removed.]