Buckeye – Ski Cooper, CO

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Lower tension station with counterweight.
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Bottom station in the base area.
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Tower 2.
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View up the line with carriers removed for the summer.
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Unloading at tower 7.
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Upper lift line.
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Second unload area at tower 12.
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Doppelmayr top drive.
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Drive motor, drive shaft and gearbox from above.
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Lift overview.

5 thoughts on “Buckeye – Ski Cooper, CO

  1. John October 29, 2017 / 3:13 pm

    This is the former Piney Basin t-bar. It was relocated in 1983 and converted to a platter in ’94 or ’95.

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  2. Northeast Chairlifts March 20, 2018 / 4:10 pm

    Doppelmayr for sure.

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    • Utah Powder Skier February 4, 2021 / 6:01 pm

      The drive is for sure a Doppelmayr, but those towers are definitely not. This lift appears to be a late 60s Constam. The tension terminal looks a lot like other late 60s model Constam terminals I’ve seen, along with a similarity in the towers.

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      • Utah Powder Skier April 28, 2021 / 12:27 pm

        I would guess that this lift is the former Constam T-bar from Snowbasin that ran where the current Littlecat runs. The towers and tension terminal match and the length isn’t that far off. The lift at Snowbasin was removed after only 9 years of operation with a lot of life left.

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