Instagram Tuesday: Dropping

Every Tuesday, I feature my favorite Instagram photos from around the lift world.

Today was pretty sweet! #liftmaintenance #keypeople

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9 thoughts on “Instagram Tuesday: Dropping

  1. New England Chairlifts + Skiing May 29, 2018 / 6:26 pm

    Will Zephyr be Relocated? It Likley will, it still has some life left. It could probably replace old chairs like the Sunnyside, Challenger, or maybe Eagle Wind.

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    • Peter Landsman May 29, 2018 / 6:51 pm

      All signs point to the scrapyard along with seven other high-speed quads that are being removed this spring.

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      • Doppelmayr FTW May 29, 2018 / 6:58 pm

        Seven being removed or seven being scrapped?

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      • Peter Landsman May 29, 2018 / 7:01 pm

        Ten are being removed and all but two of those are likely to be scrapped.

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      • Doppelmayr FTW May 29, 2018 / 7:19 pm

        That seems like a pretty high number. Vail has been scrapping their old chain drives for a few years but i didnt realize this many high speeds were going to be scrapped. very interesting.

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      • Peter Landsman May 29, 2018 / 7:24 pm

        Even if Vail waits until next year to replace Game Creek, more high-speed chairlifts will be removed this year than any other in history. Eclipsing even 1996 when seven Yans were torn out.

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  2. David howe May 29, 2018 / 10:38 pm

    Any idea where the two high speed lifts that aren’t being scrapped will end up?

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    • Andy May 30, 2018 / 5:33 am

      The two high speed lifts being relocated this summer are: Ramcharger at Big Sky is moving to become Shedhorn Express at Big Sky, and Emerald Express at Whistler Blackcomb is moving to become Catskinner Express at Whistler Blackcomb,

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  3. Robert Withey May 30, 2018 / 6:59 am

    Wizard and Solar have been already cut up by an excavator with a shear. Took all of about 2 hours per terminal to reduce them to small pieces. Mid station looks quite odd now.

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