Barnstormer – Hermitage Club, VT

This heated seat, bubble six-pack replaced a Poma triple shortly after Haystack became the private Hermitage Club.
The chairs are stored inside when not in use.
Retractable bubble closing rail.
Top terminal and breakover towers.
View down the top section of the line.
Depression towers.
More towers.
Upper line overview.
Middle section.
Lower part of the line.
Bottom drive terminal and T1/2.
Side view of the Uni-G drive.
90-degree loading and cabin storage building.
Lift overview.

6 thoughts on “Barnstormer – Hermitage Club, VT

  1. themav May 3, 2019 / 1:25 pm

    And this lift is one of the reasons Hermitage Club failed…

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    • bobby smith January 4, 2020 / 6:43 am

      Nope. This was purchased by several members completely separate from the Hermatage Club.

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  2. Benjamin Edwards January 19, 2020 / 7:19 pm

    Can you add some pictures of the chairs?

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    • Tijsen January 22, 2020 / 7:27 pm

      Now the bubbles are stored I believe but the bubbles are gray and the seats are alternating blue and black.

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      • Teddy's Lift World January 23, 2020 / 4:46 am

        Yep. Grey bubbles with blue and black seats. I rode this lift back in 2018 on President’s Weekend. This was about a week before they went under and you could definitely tell. One of the main issues with this lift is wind. There’s a spot about halfway up the line where the carriers are very exposed. When I went this lift was running at about 700-800 ft/min which was clearly an effort to save costs. Witches wasn’t even opened on a holiday weekend even though there was sufficient snow cover and Hayfever only ran for about 30 minutes (I did catch a ride on it).

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    • Utah Powder January 23, 2020 / 8:30 am

      Here are some I found online

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