King Con Express – Park City, UT

Top terminal and last two towers.
Uni-G drive station.
View down the line.
Upper lift line.
Lower lift line.
Garaventa CTEC tower with extension and new crossarm.
Return terminal.
Unload area.
Top station from above.
Another view of the top.
Side view of the base.
Loading area with Chairkit carpet.

10 thoughts on “King Con Express – Park City, UT

  1. apf4 April 21, 2020 / 10:23 am

    This is one of the two lifts with a conveyor loading system at Park City. The other is 3 Kings. (Fixed Triple) Both Doppelmayr.


    • Bob November 22, 2022 / 4:36 pm

      Both of those have ‘King’ in their name. Coincidence? *I don’t think so*


  2. Loic April 29, 2020 / 2:50 pm

    Any idea why this six pack has such a narrow gauge?


    • Max Hart April 29, 2020 / 4:17 pm

      It’s not the 6.1 meter gauge, but it is the North American standard.


      • Loic April 29, 2020 / 9:16 pm

        Ah ok thanks, that’s interesting! Afaik there’s no UNI-G six-pack here in Europe which doesn’t use the 6.1m gauge. I’m guessing that’s also why 6.1 m tower heads need to be imported by Doppelmayr USA?


        • apf4 April 29, 2020 / 11:11 pm

          Yes, I think your corrrect.


  3. skitheeast February 17, 2021 / 11:19 am

    Park City might want to look into building another lift out of King Con’s base. If anything ever happens to King Con, all of the skiers in the area are stuck at the bottom with nowhere to go. I am not even sure where it would/should go.


  4. Donald Reif February 17, 2021 / 12:16 pm

    I think it would be a high speed quad running from the bottom of King Con to the Summit House, functioning as the reliever lift for Silverlode.

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  5. afski722 February 17, 2021 / 2:09 pm

    There are tons of places where riding a single-dependency lift is the only way out of the terrain pod. Doubtful they would build a lift in the King Con area specifically for this reason.

    This is do different than High Noon Express at Vail, Rose Bowl at Beaver Creek, Wayback at Keystone (techincally is a flat egress/road out), Montezuma at A-Basin, Beavers at A-Basin (technically has an egress but its EX terrain), and may other lifts at many other resorts.


  6. Ty November 22, 2022 / 6:56 pm

    Those terminals are stunning, especially when you see them after the riding through the hideous and loud terminals on the red pine gondola


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