Grand Canyon Express – Arizona Snowbowl, AZ

The Grand Canyon Express was the second of three lifts built in three years by new ownership at Arizona Snowbowl.
Leitner-Poma LPA terminal with wood siding.
Tower 2.
Chair spacing is wide with a design capacity of only 1800 skiers per hour.
Three part tower 8.
Combination assemblies.
LPA grip.
Arriving at the drive station.
Top terminal overview.
The terminal under skins are also wood.
View down the middle part of the line.
Another section of the line.
View up the lift.
Tower 2.
T1.
Side view of the bottom station.
Looking up from the base area.
Control pedestal at the return.
Leaving the bottom terminal.
View back down the lift line.
The unloading area and drive station.
Lift overview.
Riding up.
Upper part of the lift line.
Nearing the summit.
View back down the line.
Breakover towers.

6 thoughts on “Grand Canyon Express – Arizona Snowbowl, AZ

  1. atc1701 February 6, 2019 / 3:23 pm

    As much as I’m not a fan of LP designs, the LPA terminal looks great in black. Shame it’s not built more like this.

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    • AirbusA380DIA November 19, 2019 / 3:26 pm

      Even as a Leitner-Poma fan, this color choice really does put other LPAs to shame.

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      • Trail Master August 15, 2021 / 8:48 pm

        The resort chooses the color of the top and the siding color.

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  2. LIFTMANIA June 29, 2022 / 7:02 am

    This lift is great and all but it really doesn’t need to be six

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    • Utah Powder Skeir June 29, 2022 / 1:48 pm

      Going off the numbers in the spreadsheet, this lift has the same capacity as any other triple. Keep in mind, the size of a carrier does not determine the capacity of a lift.

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    • Riblet Erector Set July 6, 2022 / 3:36 pm

      How do you figure? This lift is jam packed on any weekend during high season and on powder days.

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