Lift 2 – Taos, NM Poma built four fixed grip quads at Taos between 1989 and 1995 to add capacity and replace older lifts. This was the last and shortest of the four constructed. Big breakover up top. Lift line overview. Half tower 1A. Lift overview. Alpha bottom drive unit. View down from the summit. Middle part of the lift line. Lower section. Tower 1 and the drive terminal. View back down the line. Arriving at the summit. This is the highest lift-served point on the mountain when Kachina Peak is closed. Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
Lift 2 feels odd not having footrests when the other fixed grip quads have them, even Lift 8 (which this lift works in tandem with).
It is unusual that there’s a safety bar without footrests. Most of us NM skiers don’t put down the safety bar anyways, regardless of whether there’s a footrest or not.
You can see the old Lift 6 lift line in pictures 1, 3, and 6