Beavers – Arapahoe Basin, CO

The Beavers lift opened hundreds of acres of new terrain in 2018. It was opened without lift access a year prior.
The lift is a Leitner-Poma Alpha quad.
View down a steep section of the lift line.
Tower 5.
View up at tower 4.
The lower terminal and tower 1.
Loading area and return bullwheel.
Riding up the line.
Depression assemblies.
View back down the lift line.
The top part of tower 11.
Breakover towers 14 and 15.
Alpha drive-tension terminal up top.
Unloading area.
Drive bullwheel and motor room.
Tower 15.
Upper section of the line.
Looking up at the above tree line section.
Tower 4.
Top terminal and last two towers seen from below.
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4 thoughts on “Beavers – Arapahoe Basin, CO

  1. Tyler February 26, 2019 / 11:54 am

    Has L-P built a fixed grip with the Leitner chairs yet? Or is this the last use of the Omega chairs on a new lift?

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    • Collin Parsons February 26, 2019 / 12:36 pm

      Fixed grips always get Omega chairs but the Leitner style chairs are available for detachables. They are too heavy for lifties to bump so that’s why they only appear on detachables. This year, Hunter is the only mountain to get Omega chairs on a detachable. Last year everyone got Leitner style chairs.

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      • Donald M. Reif April 2, 2019 / 4:30 pm

        You’d practically need a carpet or something in order to load LPA chairs on a fixed grip, hypothetically.

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  2. Lucas April 10, 2019 / 3:56 pm

    In another photo of this lift which I linked below, there seems to be a ladder platform to the right of the bull wheel. If click on the link. Anyone know what this is for?

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