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    mapnut said:

    Someone reported recently that Lost Valley has a T-bar they plan to install on that narrow chute left of Chair #1. It doesn't look that way on the map, but all 3 lifts will have the same vertical (about 240 feet).

    By the way, the mountains in the background are totally fictitious.



    Not a T-bar; they have the triple from Sunday River which they plan to install where the T-bar used to be.


    And you should have seen the mountain that their older trail map had in the background:

    https://skimap.org/data/449/1265/1360103717.pdf

    :D :D :D
    - Sam
  • rickbolgerrickbolger expert
    edited December 5 Posts: 1,146
    mapnut said:

    By the way, the mountains in the background are totally fictitious.


    Not if you account for artistic license!   This is a west/southwest view, with a long lens.  Accepted practice in any  marketing department.  


    image ;)
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  • ski_itski_it expert
    edited December 5 Posts: 1,795

    mapnut said:

    By the way, the mountains in the background are totally fictitious.


    Not if you account for artistic license!   This is a west/southwest view, with a long lens.  Accepted practice in any  marketing department.  


    ;)
    But, but they're in a lost valley. How do you see out of it?
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  • newmannewman advanced
    Posts: 227
    Can you even see over the cliff across the street from the top?
  • ski_itski_it expert
    Posts: 1,795
    newman said:

    Can you even see over the cliff across the street from the top?

    I don't recall that you could. But I've only been twice.
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  • mapnutmapnut expert
    Posts: 850

    Surely the Lewiston/Auburn skyline towers above such low hills?


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