Apache Bowl #6 – Ski Apache, NM

Of the four Doppelmayr lifts at Ski Apache as of 2018, each one has a different drive terminal model. Apache Bowl utilizes an Alpen Star.
The top terminal of the previous Riblet triple was in a building that burned down, taking the lift with it.
Looking up at the top drive/tension terminal.
View down the lift line.
Lower part of the lift.
Looking up at tower 3.
T1.
Side view of the fixed bottom terminal.
Loading area.
Lift overview.
CTEC style shack.

6 thoughts on “Apache Bowl #6 – Ski Apache, NM

  1. Duncan September 25, 2018 / 11:52 am

    What’s the difference between Alpen-star and Uni-star?

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    • noahberg April 19, 2021 / 6:27 am

      the window designs, that’s pretty much it though

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      • Utah Powder Skier April 19, 2021 / 8:01 am

        There’s more than just a window difference between the Unistar and the Alpenstar. The tension system on the Alpenstar resembles the Skytrac Monarch. The Unistar essentially replaced the Northstar II with a new enclosure. The Unistar is only a fixed drive while the Alpenstar is a combined drive/tension. The Unistar is still in production as the Uni-G fixed drive without tensioning.

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  2. maxwellthesnowsurfer8238b2ca78 November 21, 2019 / 11:34 pm

    Why are the seat pads falling off?

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    • Sam Altavilla November 22, 2019 / 5:22 am

      Those aren’t seat pads. It is the factory-provided protective plastic wrap used on the chairs before the lift is used.

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  3. julestheshiba February 21, 2021 / 9:35 pm

    so this lift’s drive burnt down but this was separate from the fire that burnt down the other lifts. Wow that is bad luck

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