Lenawee Express – Arapahoe Basin, CO

This lift replaced a Leitner-Poma triple in 2022, becoming the mountain’s first six pack.
Bottom drive terminal.
90 degree loading with queuing gates.
Upper part of the lift line.
Tower 15 and the top terminal under cover.
View down at combo tower 10.
The first few towers.
Looking up the line at tower 4.
Lower station and tower 1.
Drive terminal situated on manmade fill.
View up from the maze area.
Bottom station overview.
View riding up the line.
Six place LPA carrier.
Looking back down the line.
Nearing the summit.
Arriving at the return station.
Unloading area.
Top station overview.
Side view of the upper station.
Lift line seen from the summit.
The final three towers and unload station.
Side view of the drive terminal.

8 thoughts on “Lenawee Express – Arapahoe Basin, CO

  1. Donald Reif December 23, 2022 / 4:33 pm

    I love that shade of forest green on the terminals.

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    • Ty December 23, 2022 / 10:20 pm

      I didnt think i’d see the day that I found an LPA terminal to look attractive or modern, but this colour scheme makes this LPA terminal look on par with what Doppelmayr offers. Bravo to whoever chose this colour scheme, because it looks great


      • Donald Reif December 24, 2022 / 6:43 am

        By contrast, most LPA terminals tend to leave that top part gray or beige, and the colored part of the terminal is limited.

        Gray (in cases like Copper’s LPAs, Vail’s LPAs, the Kensho SuperChair, etc.):

        Or beige (in the case of Breck’s LPAs):

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        • Max Hart December 24, 2022 / 5:56 pm

          The black-on-black on Base to Base’s angle station looks pretty sharp too.

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  2. jcartergibb December 23, 2022 / 9:29 pm

    wow!! very cool thank you for the update!


  3. Joey January 30, 2023 / 10:44 am

    Wow! You got every angle of this beast! Looks amazing!


  4. Duncan February 1, 2023 / 7:12 pm

    Is there anything left for A-Basin to do at this point? I get the sense that the resort is going to be pretty static for quite a while now.


    • ShangRei Garrett February 1, 2023 / 8:39 pm

      I would assume they’re pretty much done; my completely unfounded prediction is that their next move will be making Zuma detachable, probably in like 15 years.


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