Who says centre pole double chairs don't get installed these days???

in NELSAP Forum Posts: 881
What is the make?
When was it installed?
Where was it installed?

:D :D :D

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  • Posts: 1,862
    Looks like a Doppelmayr to me
    - Sam
  • Posts: 881
    It is a Dopp! Now, tell me when and where it was installed!

    Brownie points if you can tell me what's unique about this particular lift!
  • newmannewman advanced
    Posts: 179
    The pole looks like its in the back of the seat. So to me, it would not affect loading and riding like the Hall at Bousquet does.
  • edited May 25 Posts: 881
    There's s something unique about this lift's history, not its actual design.
  • NJSkiNJSki advanced
    edited May 25 Posts: 264

    It does look like The Hideout's Ski Hill in Pennsylvania, but I don't think their lift was that old that it needed replacing.


  • NJSkiNJSki advanced
    edited May 25 Posts: 264
    NJSki said:

    It does look like The Hideout's Ski Hill in Pennsylvania, but I don't think their lift was that old that it needed replacing.




  • JMaulJMaul advanced
    Posts: 219
    You ski because even if you don't do it well, it's still a blast....
  • Posts: 881
    We have a winner! This is the old Little Cloud chairlift from Snowbird now happily turning at Hunt Hollow, a private ski club in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York.
  • ciscokidciscokid expert
    Posts: 1,247
    Hope the half century old center pole Riblet doubles can hold our carcasses in the UP. What's the payload on them old rusted dogs?⛷⛷

    Headlines two big and talk skiers overweight die from a chair that falls off an old lift at the upper peninsula ski area of Brule
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