Chair 2 – Trollhaugen, WI

Trollhaugen built this Partek quad in house for the 2021-2022 season.
A Hall double used to run in this alignment.
Galvanized towers and chairs along the line.
Towers 6, 7 and the top terminal.
View down the line.
Looking up the line.
The lone hold down tower and lower lift line.
Uphill end of the drive station.
Lift overview.
Loading area.
View up the lift line.
Drive terminal side view.
Unloading area overview.

6 thoughts on “Chair 2 – Trollhaugen, WI

  1. Sam Shirley February 3, 2022 / 12:13 pm

    Interesting guides on the lifting frames for the wiring to the brittle bars. I don’t think I’ve seen that before.


    • pbropetech May 7, 2022 / 8:12 pm

      Looks like small pieces of conduit welded to the gantries. Seems to work.


      • liftnerd January 17, 2023 / 2:45 pm

        The Hurricane and Turbulence chairs at Pat’s Peak, NH have those wire guides. Some old Doppelmayrs have those, too.


  2. Mi_skier May 6, 2022 / 9:40 pm

    did they really spend the money on this just to not use it while the 45 year old center pole quad next to it still runs daily? looks like it was closed from the photos, and I really can’t understand why such a small hill would build a new lift like this for a backup/reliever.


    • Mark March 22, 2023 / 3:17 pm

      They needed the capacity.


  3. Mark March 22, 2023 / 3:19 pm

    Note that this lift uses a hydraulic cylinder for tensioning the cable, instead of a counterweight. You can just see it in the rear view of the loading station, at the center of the overhead framework.


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