Gondola – Snow King Mountain, WY

In 2021, Snow King Mountain replaced the Summit double with a gondola and moved the base of the Cougar chair uphill.
This is the first Leitner-Poma lift at Snow King.
Capacity on the gondola is relatively low at 1,000 people per hour.
The lower terminal sits in a city park next to a playground and ballfield.
View up the steep upper lift line.
Cabins on the line.
Upper part of the line.
A Sigma Diamond 8 cabin.
Tower with combination assemblies.
Lower part of the lift line.
View down the middle part of the line.
The first 7 towers.
The top terminal will eventually feature indoor cabin parking.
Unloading area at the summit.
Terminal underskin.
LPA drive terminal.
This lift has a huge breakover with 4 towers combined into one structure with 64 sheaves.
Towers 9-12 utilizing only two tubes.
Drive terminal end.
Control pedestal.
The top terminal with parking facility under construction.
Side view of the breakover.
Temporary top operator house by Skytrac.
Another view of the summit station.
Looking up at the top tower.
View down from the summit.
Looking up towards the top terminal.
View down at tower 8.
The highest numbered cabin – 24.
LPA grip.
Cabins passing above the town of Jackson.
Ski racks.
Tower 8.
Another view down the lift line.
The final 5 towers.
Cabins 12 and 15.
Another view of the Sigma cabins.
Base area.
Lower terminal and tower 1.
View up the line.
Side view of the return terminal.
Return station overview.
Loading area.
At any given time 18 of the lift’s 24 cabins are out on the line.

4 thoughts on “Gondola – Snow King Mountain, WY

  1. vons3 November 27, 2021 / 4:31 pm

    Snow King may want to get patrol to trim the anchor bolts on the old Summit double foundations soon, could become quite a hazard as the old CTEC foundation bolts stick out like 14in.


  2. Carson November 27, 2021 / 8:54 pm

    Does anyone know what happened to the observation deck? 43.463352, -110.762536


    • Charles von Stade III November 28, 2021 / 10:53 pm

      The deck was removed as the terminal sits right up hill of it, the old deck foundations are visible in the pictures of the multry tower and top terminal along with old foundations of the double chair.


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