Cupid Express – Granite Peak, WI

This Leitner-Poma detachable replace a Riblet fixed grip lift on the east side of Granite Peak.
LPA drive terminal.
Tower 9 and the top terminal.
View down the line towards Wausau.
Tower 7.
Lower part of the lift line.
Steep upper part of the line.
Return terminal and tower 1.
The entire lift line.
Lift overview.
Loading area and maintenance rail.
Side view of the bottom terminal.

2 thoughts on “Cupid Express – Granite Peak, WI

  1. Robloxcreeperbyme September 29, 2020 / 5:21 pm

    while Leitner poma invented the lpa chair since 2013, granite stuck with the omega chairs and omega hanger arms to match the dasher lift.

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    • Donald Reif February 18, 2022 / 9:49 pm

      The LPA chair design made its debut in North America on six-packs, first in bubble form with the Bluebird Express in 2011, then in non-bubble form with the Kensho SuperChair and Orchard Express in 2013.The quad variant of the LPA chair didn’t debut in North America until 2015 with the Legends Express and High Alpine.

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