Avalanche – Seven Springs, PA

This Doppelmayr quad replaced a CTEC triple in 2021.
The new lift follows a new alignment and the project included snowmaking enhancements.
Loading area and return bullwheel.
Bottom station overview.
Lower part of the lift line.
The first few towers.
Looking up the steepest part of the line.
Towers and chairs along the line.
View down.
Looking down the line.
The final part of the line is nearly flat.
Breakover towers.
The last tower – number 7.
Fixed top drive terminal.
Unloading area and operator house.
The view from the top.
Doppelmayr Connect controls.
Downhill end of the top station.
A tower head.
Another view of the lift line.
Lower lift line.
Tension station.
Side view of the bottom.
Lift overview.

2 thoughts on “Avalanche – Seven Springs, PA

  1. Alex Kennedy October 18, 2021 / 2:08 pm

    Does Doppelmayr still produce the Eco drive?


    • liftnerd January 20, 2023 / 6:20 am

      Not regularly. I’m not sure if they would do it or not if a ski area or amusement park requested it.


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