Pat's Peak 6/20/018

At what ski area is this toppled lattice tower?image
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- Sam

Comments

  • Brodie?

    Nope
    - Sam
  • Cortina Valley NY? (heard they had a tower toppled by lightning)
  • Timber Ridge, VT?
    Mount Whittier, NH?
  • No correct guesses yet
    - Sam
  • Moose Mt?

    No
    - Sam
  • Highmount NY?
  • Lattice chair, with night skiing....hmmm

  • No mention of area being NELSAP. No mention of why the tower is "toppled".

    I'll say it's from the old Peak Double at Pat's Peak and it's laying in their boneyard.
    You ski because even if you don't do it well, it's still a blast....
  • JMaul said:

    No mention of area being NELSAP. No mention of why the tower is "toppled".

    I'll say it's from the old Peak Double at Pat's Peak and it's laying in their boneyard.

    You would be correct. Report and many pictures to follow.
    - Sam
  • I took a walk around Pats Peak on my way back to Massachusetts yesterday. Hiking and mountain biking are both allowed in the summer, as long as you do not disturb any function going on or work taking place on the mountain. It looks like they have a pretty fun mountain bike course set up there. It's too bad that the Peak Double is gone, but the new lift looks very nice.

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    - Sam
  • Did you notice if they grouted under the new towers yet? Surprised me when I saw they had like a 1-3" gap between the concrete and the steel pad. I had always envisioned that they sat flush on the concrete but instead the bolts have the entire load.
    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
  • > @ski_it said:
    > Did you notice if they grouted under the new towers yet? Surprised me when I saw they had like a 1-3" gap between the concrete and the steel pad. I had always envisioned that they sat flush on the concrete but instead the bolts have the entire load.

    I did not notice
    - Sam
  • Gotta love the pics of that Hall j-bar! Those are an ever-rarer lift species.

    RIP Song Mountain j-bar. :'(

    IBRAKE
  • Gotta love the pics of that Hall j-bar! Those are an ever-rarer lift species.



    RIP Song Mountain j-bar. :'(



    IBRAKE

    I knew you'd like those
    - Sam
  • Except it is only used for tubing
    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
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