Brighton, UT

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15 thoughts on “Brighton, UT

  1. Carson June 20, 2017 / 12:00 pm

    Does anyone know if Evergreen sold or if Millicent sold?

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    • Jeff Lynne July 13, 2017 / 5:44 pm

      Millicent is at Crystal Mountain, WA’s boneyard.

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    • Ryan May 25, 2020 / 12:06 am

      I thought Millicent went to 49 Degrees for use as spare parts for the Yan double they got from Copper.

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      • Ben Eminger June 3, 2020 / 9:14 pm

        Millicent is in 49N’s Boneyard, it’s been mainly pillaged for parts, most of the towers have been either turned into terrain park features or set up as winch cat anchors. We never got the chairs, a few crossarms and dozens of sheaves were used. The rest is in the boneyard, so in a sense, Millicent lives on.

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  2. Carson July 13, 2017 / 3:57 pm

    Is there a boneyard here at Brighton?

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  3. Carson July 14, 2017 / 11:29 am

    What about evergreen?

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  4. carson February 11, 2020 / 3:22 pm

    were did the snake creek lift go to?

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  5. Skier April 16, 2020 / 2:15 am

    Peter The Snake Creek triple was a CTEC lift, not a Riblet

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    • Peter Landsman April 16, 2020 / 10:34 am

      Are you sure about that? It is not listed in CTEC’s installation history. I believe it went to Granite Peak, Wisconsin and there are no CTECs there.

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      • Skier April 16, 2020 / 11:07 am

        I’m pretty sure. I don’t have pictures or anything so it’s just based on memory but I distinctly remember the lower terminal being of the A-Frame Thiokol/CTEC type with the square bail chairs before CTEC switched to the rounder style chairs.

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  6. Utah Powder Skier April 16, 2020 / 6:19 pm

    When exactly did CTEC start making their chairs that that they used through the 80s and 90s? If Snake Creek is an 84 CTEC with Thiokol bail chairs, it would have been one of the last ones with the Thiokol chairs because they were making the later model CTEC chairs by then.

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    • Somebody April 16, 2020 / 6:32 pm

      Plunge at Telluride was ’85 and had the newer chairs.

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    • Ryan June 8, 2020 / 6:54 pm

      About 1984. Some of the 84 CTECs were the Thiokol style, and a few were the newer bail style.

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