Peru Express – Keystone, CO

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Bottom return station next to the Mountain House.
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Early ’90s Doppelmayr tower.
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Upper lift line.
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Combo assemblies on tower 13.
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Top drive station.
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Parking rail and maintenance bay.
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Breakover towers.
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Drive station from below.
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Top station from below.
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Drive station departure side.
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Upper lift line.
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Middle lift line.
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Steep lower lift line.
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Bottom station from above.
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Lower terminal and lift line.
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2 thoughts on “Peru Express – Keystone, CO

  1. Donald M. Reif February 22, 2019 / 8:48 am

    The Peru Express originally had 142 chairs from 1990 to 2013. In 2013, the chair count was reduced to 135. In that same year, the old Montezuma Express lost 17 of its chairs. The 24 chairs taken off the Peru Express and Montezuma Express were relocated to the Outback Express lift to increase that lift’s uphill capacity.

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  2. Donald Reif September 19, 2019 / 10:18 am

    When the lift had 142 chairs:

    After the chair numbers were trimmed. The chair reduction is not really noticeable, and there’s not much of an increase in the gap between chairs.

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