High Meadow Express – Park City, UT

The High Meadow Express anchors a re-imagined beginner area called High Meadow Park.
View down the lift line.
All of these towers are new despite the fact that a CTEC fixed quad used to run here.
Tower 1 and the drive terminal.
Taco, hanger and DT-104 grip.
Arriving at the top.
Unloading area.
Downhill side of the top terminal.
Towers 7 and 8.
Lift overview.
Loading area and EpicMix reader.
View down the lift line.
Side view of the return terminal.
Lower terminal next to Saddleback Express.
View up the lift line.
Lower terminal seen from Red Pine Lodge.
The top station seen from Orange Bubble Express.

5 thoughts on “High Meadow Express – Park City, UT

  1. Collin Parsons March 1, 2019 / 10:33 am

    Any idea why this lift has DT grips? Vail has in the past religiously gotten the AG grips ever since the UNI-G was available. Emerald at Whistler Blackcomb and this lift are the only exceptions I believe.


    • Donald M. Reif March 4, 2019 / 5:33 pm

      I imagine it’s for consistency since the other Doppelmayr lifts built on the Canyons side in recent years use DT grips (Orange Bubble and Iron Mountain).


  2. Donald M. Reif March 4, 2019 / 8:30 pm

    Actually, so do many of the Doppelmayr lifts on the Park City side as well (First Time and Crescent). Meaning the only AG grips in Park City are on King Con and the Quicksilver Interconnect.


  3. MattMc March 3, 2021 / 9:03 am

    Can you get from the top of High Meadow Express over to Echo run, or Orange Bubble Express?


    • Utah Powder Skier March 3, 2021 / 9:07 am

      No, High Meadow ends quite a bit lower that the top of Echo. Saddleback will get you to there though.


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