Buttercup – Mt. Hood Meadows, OR

Buttercup is the first Skytrac lift built in the state of Oregon and tied for the first with a hydraulically-raised terminal.
The lower terminal also features a carpet.
View straight up the lift.
Riding up the short line.
Skytrac Monarch station up top.
The last two towers.
First two towers.
Side view of the return station.
Quad chairs.
View up from underneath the line.
Riding out of the bottom terminal.
The approach to the top station is actually downhill.
Unloading area.
Drive station.
Side view of the top terminal.
The bottom station seen from above.
Overview of the whole lift.

2 thoughts on “Buttercup – Mt. Hood Meadows, OR

  1. Max Hart April 29, 2019 / 11:22 am

    Why would one want a height adjustable terminal, and then put a loading carpet underneath it? Am I missing something here? Doesn’t the carpet totally defeat the purpose of having hight adjustment?


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