Lookout – Stowe, VT

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Lower lift line.
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View up the lift.
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Looking down from near the summit.
This Riblet is so big the standard two leg terminal model had to be lengthened with two more legs.
Breakover near the summit.
The top terminal seen from below.
Lift line overview.
Loading area.
Counterweight.
Side view of the bottom station.
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6 thoughts on “Lookout – Stowe, VT

  1. northeastchairlifts May 26, 2017 / 8:33 pm

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  2. Max Hart January 30, 2019 / 5:21 am

    Bad news for Lookout Fans:

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      • Max Hart January 30, 2019 / 10:41 am

        Not sure, but now every passholder has a reason to make a big stink about it. That’s not a bad thing for anyone who wants Lookout replaced to that Fourrunner doesn’t always get slammed.

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        • Teddy's Lift World January 30, 2019 / 11:15 am

          I love lookout. I hope that it never gets replaced. Stowe is completely responsible for this because the backup engine was broken and couldn’t be started. It’s Stowe’s responsibility to make that every lift has a working backup.

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      • skitheeast January 30, 2019 / 5:32 pm

        Honestly, they should have removed it back when they put in the new FourRunner in 2011 and just put a 6/8 person chair in instead. With the increase in crowds since then, they should ideally replace FourRunner with SixRunner or EightRunner and move the new quad to replace Mountain or move it to Sunapee and replace North Peak. However, it is more realistic to remove this and Mountain and then just put a D4C where Mountain is.

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