- Bald Mountain
- Blizzard Mountain
- Bogus Basin
- Cottonwood Butte
- Kelly Canyon
- Little Ski Hill
- Lookout Pass
- Lost Trail
- Magic Mountain
- Pebble Creek
- Pomerelle Mountain
- Silver Mountain
- Soldier Mountain
- Sun Valley – Bald Mountain
- Sun Valley – Dollar Mountain
- Western Idaho Fair
This is about the Huckleberry Lift At lost trail, Why did they replace the chairs and what manufacturer are they? They say CTEC but don’t look like CTEC chairs.
I believe some of this lift came from Mt. Snow. The chairs do not look like Hall, however. The hangers and tacos are CTEC. They were probably added because the originals were the wrong size for the Hall lift or too many of them failed NDT (non-destructive testing.) If anyone can identify the manufacturer of the chairs, that would help narrow down where they came from.
They look an awful lot like Chairs form this Lift (Hjorth Bros) https://liftblog.com/skiers-kelly-canyon-id/ That were maybe modified by CTEC when the Lift was built (lost trail) in 1999.
Peter, have you heard of North-South Ski Area near Moscow, ID? It’s a lost ski area that closed in the 90s, but apparently their old Riblet double is still up.
A coworker just mentioned it to me today.
North South Ski bowl closed in the mid 90s I believe. Today, the lodge has been transformed into a private retreat and conference center. The old Riblet double is still standing, though it is in rough condition. I have found 2 websites that have slightly different photos of the old lift.
The chairs on Huckleberry look like the bubble chairs at Mt. Snow, but without the bubble. They were manufactured by Rudkin Wiley.
Does anyone know what happen to the lift at Taylor mountain or does anyone have the location of were it was?
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I guess I answered my own question All the lifts were removed in 2011 nothing but a parking lot remains of the resort