British Columbia

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  1. Thomas Payne October 27, 2017 / 9:13 pm

    Peter, are you planning to take pictures of Mt. Washington on Vancouver Island, during the #LiftBlogBCRoadTrip? The lifts there seem really interesting. Perhaps you could also visit Mt. Cain, BC and Shames Mountain, BC. Do you have a preliminary BC road trip itinerary?

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    • Peter Landsman October 27, 2017 / 9:40 pm

      Hi Thomas,
      I’m in Seattle visiting family (that’s where I am from originally) and just went up to Cypress for a day this week. I am hoping to ski and take lift photos this winter at Apex, Big White, Kimberley, Red, Silver Star and Whitewater. There are so many smaller areas in BC that I would love to get to and Mt. Washington is high on that list. I was just looking at their map yesterday and it appears the Green chair and Platter have been removed.

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      • Thomas Payne October 27, 2017 / 9:50 pm

        Yeah, the Boomerang Chair is really badass.

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      • Andrew November 29, 2017 / 5:14 pm

        Big White posts most of the information you need to fill out the spreadsheet on their website. There are still a couple things you would have to get but it could save you some time.

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        • Peter Landsman November 29, 2017 / 8:00 pm

          Better yet, I plan to get to Big White this winter for photos and the spreadsheet. Stay tuned.

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  2. Rod November 30, 2017 / 8:43 am

    If you are in that area you ought to visit Mt Baldy, try for a Thursday as it is closed T-W, another throwback area, two fixed grip chairs and the original 1968 daylodge.

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  3. Milan February 1, 2019 / 1:10 pm

    If you ever go to Mt Washington, There is 2 more ski resorts on vancouver island. Mt cain is the last Co-Op ski resort left in bc with 2 T-bars. Another ski resort is actually home to 3 abandoned GMD Mueller lifts. 2 T-bars and 1 CP double.

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  4. MilanYVR September 17, 2019 / 7:11 am

    Do any of you know if the 2 Expo 86 gondolas were relocated?

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  5. gavin January 13, 2020 / 10:06 pm

    Peter you should go to some of the resorts in Northern BC like Purden, Troll, Hudson Bay Mtn, and Murray Ridge

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  6. Andy March 17, 2020 / 7:01 pm

    Public Health State of Emergency declared in the Province of British Columbia, which forced the remaining ski areas that had not already closed due to Covid-19, to wind up operations for the season

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  7. Andy March 17, 2020 / 7:18 pm

    The remaining ski areas that had not already closed due to Covid-19, have now been forced to wind up their operations for the season due to Public Health State of Emergency being declared in the Province of British Columbia,

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  8. Somebody April 26, 2020 / 2:15 pm

    One of the best sites with old BC lift pictures is http://skiingbc.info/, lots of pictures from the mid 2000s on there.

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  9. milanyvr May 9, 2020 / 11:23 pm

    With BC’s reopening plan, I do believe some resorts can open, despite the late season. High altitude resorts such as Revelstoke, Whitewater, sun peaks, heck even Seymour and Cypress, could open there summit chairs, with social distancing measures, such as one person per chair. Whistler is also another high altitude resort, however, you have to take a gondola, or bus to access the blackcomb glacier, 2 examples of non social distancing.

    On the other hand, I believe none of BC’s lift based summer attractions will open, with Sea to Sky being a posible exception. Grouse and hells gate’s trams have no way of social distancing, unless you have 4 people sitting in the corners. Looking back, i’m surprised grouse stayed open after neighbouring cypress, as when they decided to limit the tram from 101 to 60, a massive line pooled around the parking lot like it was Christmas.

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    • Somebody May 10, 2020 / 1:40 pm

      You need to ride the gondola at Revy to get up top.

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      • milanyvr May 12, 2020 / 6:22 pm

        Yea but you can limit to families only in the gondola.

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