Cupsuptic – Saddleback, ME

This Doppelmayr T-Bar replaced a Hall version in the exact same alignment.
Cupsuptic is tucked into the trees and can run on windy days when other lifts are inoperable.
The last two towers and unloading area.
Upper station overview.
View down from the summit.
Middle part of the lift line with Saddleback Lake in the background.
Tower 4.
The comm line for this lift is buried.
All of the towers were manufactured in Austria.
View up the line.
Lower station overview.
Bottom terminal with drive and tensioning.
The bottom shack and lift line.

 

3 thoughts on “Cupsuptic – Saddleback, ME

  1. Sam Shirley February 19, 2022 / 3:35 pm

    FYI, the lake in the background is Saddleback Lake, not Rangeley Lake.

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  2. TN March 11, 2022 / 11:04 am

    Towers made in salt lake. Sheaves from Austria.

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  3. carletongebhardt August 12, 2022 / 2:22 pm

    When the lift is open there is no skiing on the trail, but when it’s closed they do open it as a trail.

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