10th Mountain – Lutsen Mountains, MN

This used Riblet triple replaced a Hall T-Bar in 2008.
The tension terminal has been modified to eliminate the counterweight.
Breakover towers with added lifting frames.
View down the line.
Lower lift line.
Bottom terminal and towers 1-2.
Lower station in the base village.
Lift overview.
The line seen from Mystery Mountain.
Near the summit.
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3 thoughts on “10th Mountain – Lutsen Mountains, MN

  1. reaperskier April 5, 2019 / 5:04 am

    Those are some weird looking riblet chairs.

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  2. Cameron Halmrast April 6, 2019 / 2:38 pm

    It should be noted that this is the former Naked Lady from Snowmass and it indeed a unique Riblet lift.

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  3. Brandon Marquardt April 14, 2019 / 3:02 pm

    Riblet 5000 Series, only a few were built. This was made into a very small lift for how large all the machinery is. At Snowmass it was 7,190 feet long.

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