MacGully – Boyne Highlands, MI

This lift services as a backup to the Heather Express.
Counterweight behind the bottom terminal.
View up from the base area.
Loading at tower 1.
The top terminal area has two different unloads. One for skiers and another for foot passengers.
Drive terminal.
Skier unloading area.
Top terminal overview.
View down from the summit.
Middle lift line in the namesake gully.
Upper lift line.
Lower line.
The first few towers.

3 thoughts on “MacGully – Boyne Highlands, MI

  1. afski722 January 31, 2020 / 11:26 pm

    This lift is run in the summer & fall months for uphill access and downloading. For summer operations, the safety bars & bike carriers are installed and they use the platform on top of the upper terminal vault drive for loading/unloading

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  2. Utah Powder Skier October 30, 2020 / 12:03 pm

    Why does this lift, a 1963 Riblet, have post 1965 Riblet towers? Was the post 1965 tower design used to accommodate for the extra weight of a triple chair before it was used on all Riblet lifts throughout the 1970s and early 1980s?

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    • Vintage Chairlifts October 30, 2020 / 7:48 pm

      This one isn’t a 1963 Riblet. This one was mid 60s.

      The 1963 triples are now Interconnect and Valley.

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