8 – Loveland, CO

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Lower station with drive and tension.
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Side view of the lower station.
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Lower station and lift line.
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Leaving the bottom.
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Riding up.
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View back down the line.
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Yan ‘Y’ towers.
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Top station with fixed bullwheel.
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Upper lift line.
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Middle part of the line.
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Lower lift line.
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View up the line from tower 2.
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View back towards the base area.

5 thoughts on “8 – Loveland, CO

  1. xlr8r February 3, 2018 / 7:47 pm

    Do any other lifts have this chair design, as it appears to be unique for Poma. The chairs are shaped with the sides angled in like Doppelmayr chairs instead of vertical like the rest of Poma chairs of this era.

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    • Henry T November 15, 2020 / 10:05 pm

      Leitner Chairs?

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      • pbropetech November 16, 2020 / 8:37 am

        No, those date from before Poma and Leitner merged. I don’t recall exactly when they got them, but it was definitely before ’02 as it had them when I moved to CO. Think I remember the guys there saying it was in the late 90s.

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  2. Matthew April 18, 2021 / 3:35 pm

    Why is the lift marked as a Yan if there are Poma parts with it

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    • Utah Powder Skier April 18, 2021 / 7:04 pm

      Terminals, towers, and tower heads are Yan. Only the chairs are Poma.

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