Canyon Express 16 – Mammoth Mountain, CA

Yan detachable with Doppelmayr equipment and Mammoth-supplied enclosure.
Turnaround.
Lift Engineering teardrop chairs with Doppelmayr grips and hangers.
Tower 14.
The breakover.
Middle part of the line.
Tower 2.
Drive station.
Side view of the top terminal.
Doppelmayr Worldbook entry.
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6 thoughts on “Canyon Express 16 – Mammoth Mountain, CA

  1. Kaden K August 11, 2019 / 6:38 pm

    is it just me or does the line guage on Yan high speed lifts seem smaller than leitner-poma and doppelmayr?

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    • Donald Reif August 11, 2019 / 7:35 pm

      I don’t see any of that on Carpenter at Deer Valley (which was converted from a Yan, though unlike most of the Doppelmayr and Poma conversions, Garaventa CTEC completely replaced the terminals on Carpenter to do the conversion).

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  2. Oliver Goh November 11, 2019 / 1:15 pm

    Why is the line speed on this lift 900 while the other converted Yan is 1000?

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    • Thomas Jett November 11, 2019 / 1:18 pm

      That may be a mistake on Peter’s part. In my experience, 1 also has has a reduced line speed.

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      • Peter Landsman November 11, 2019 / 7:12 pm

        So I looked at the Yan records and 1 can actually only go 850 while 16 is 900. They were built different years.

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        • Kirk November 11, 2019 / 7:46 pm

          900 fpm because, the spacing is at 90′ with 6 a second interval.

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