Jubilee – Ski Discovery, MT

CTEC bottom tension terminal.
Riding up.
Top terminal and motor room.
Looking down the line.
Lower lift line.
Upper lift line.
Bottom station.

13 thoughts on “Jubilee – Ski Discovery, MT

  1. ACAAllertor April 25, 2017 / 6:41 pm

    Why do some chairs have bars and some don’t?


    • ACAAllertor April 25, 2017 / 6:45 pm

      The same case happens on the Silver Chief Lift.


  2. Sam A. February 5, 2019 / 7:02 am

    Peter, I believe this a Yan-CTEC lift. I do not think this was listed on the spreadsheet.


  3. Ben Eminger October 6, 2019 / 2:19 pm

    Is this the old Teller/Ruby lift from Keystone?


    • V12Tommy October 10, 2019 / 9:32 pm

      The towers and terminal came from Park City (not sure which lift), and the chairs came from Steamboat, according to an article in the local paper after install.


      • Donald Reif January 3, 2020 / 10:58 am

        The chairs would likely have come from one of Steamboat’s Yan triples that have had their chairs replaced with Doppelmayr chairs, like Christie III, South Peak and/or Four Points.

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      • vons3 February 15, 2020 / 4:13 pm

        The Tower heads may have come from Park City, many of the tower tubes were reused from the previous M-D double chair, I remember seeing pictures of the crew cutting the old equipment off and welding new top plates them.


  4. Utah Powder Skier October 26, 2020 / 3:55 pm

    Why were many Miner-Denver lifts retrofitted or removed? As I recall, they haven’t had any major accidents and parts for them should easy because they’re designs are very similar to Poma and Telecar


    • pbropetech November 24, 2021 / 4:07 pm

      Parts are actually pretty difficult. Just because the designs are similar doesn’t mean you can just swap things from another manufacturer. For starters, Poma is built to metric dimensions and M-D uses ASE/inch. M-D also went out of business long ago.

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  5. Tyler October 27, 2020 / 9:20 am

    I don’t think any of this comes from Park City (or either Deer Valley or the Canyons at the time). Lifting frames look like new Doppelmayr retrofits on top of Yan crossarms. The bottom terminal is a new-build would have been a new CTEC design with Yan depression sheaves. If it was installed in 2011 there’s nothing that was removed from Park City around that time that could have provided any of these parts.


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