Mt. Norquay, AB

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3 thoughts on “Mt. Norquay, AB

  1. skier72 December 13, 2019 / 10:43 am

    You are forgetting the unique Poma pulse double chondola that used to run up the north american route. Also, before the pulse chondola, they had a single chairlift (poma?).



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    • skier72 December 5, 2020 / 4:48 pm

      I found tons more old historic photos of Norquay that show the single chair, the Poma double (and gondola), the old Cascade chair, the stoney squaw t-bar, and the tandem Poma platter lifts:

      Single Chair:




      Poma Double chair (and gondola)






      Cascade Chair, Stoney Squaw T-Bar, and tandem Poma platter lifts

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    • Utah Lost Ski Area Project March 12, 2022 / 3:26 pm

      The single chair is most likely a Constam due to the chair and tower design. Installation records list a “2C/Gondola” under the name “Banff Chairlift Corp” in 1966, it could only be the old North American double.

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