- Bridger Bowl is sending Virginia City up to Teton Pass.
- Oakland Zoo’s California Trail gondola
opened Mondaywill open soon.
- China Peak will replace Chair 2 with a Yan quad from Steamboat this summer.
- The Subway in the Sky celebrates three years.
- Alyeska is removing its oldest, longest and tallest lift with no replacement immediately planned.
- Eldora’s new six-place has a name: Eldo Express.
- Cranmore is moving the bottom terminal of the South Quad to make room for a real estate project.
- Intrawest shareholder sues to stop Aspen Skiing Co. and KSL purchase.
- Vail-Stowe deal closes.
- Vail Resorts says in its third quarter results that Epic Pass sales are up 10 percent over last year. The company typically announces new capital projects just after Epic Pass sales conclude in late November.
- The Indiana State Fair is getting a chairlift.
- Beartooth Basin’s two platters open for summer turns for the first time since 2014.
- Urban gondolas are changing the world.
- Leitner Ropeways finishes its newest urban gondola in Mexico.
Looks like the South Quad move is today.
What manufacturer was that of lift 2 at China? Sorta looks like a Miner Denver tower but not 100% sure. You need to get up to China Peak and do your magic, Pete.
Riblet double, I think a 1982. China Peak is on my list!
Is the list classified, or can you share others?
I have spreadsheets for every resort but generally only post them when I get pictures of the lifts.
How about that ski hill in Afton? What is is called? Kodiak? What do they have?
What state are we talking about?
Wyoming. Afton/Star Valley area.
I don’t know of any ski areas in Star Valley but there’s Pine Creek near Cokeville and White Pine near Pinedale. Both have CTEC fixed-grips.
Huh. Maybe Pine Creek was the one I was thinking of. Thanks.