Pineault Quad – Camp Fortune, QC

This rare Leitner lift services the main beginner slope along with a Hall triple.
Side view of the knockoff Alpha station.
Loading area.
Tower 2.
View up the line.
Looking down the line.
Tower 6.
Unloading area.
View from the top.
Return terminal labelled as tower 8.
Lift overview.

3 thoughts on “Pineault Quad – Camp Fortune, QC

  1. Tyler Baroody December 9, 2022 / 2:09 pm

    The return looks like a Blue Mountain (BM)

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    • Ty December 9, 2022 / 5:35 pm

      Well Poma came up with the Alpha drive terminal, that was copied by Leitner with the difference being Leitner Alphas have a concave and convex glass enclosure, while Poma Alphas have two convex glass enclosures, and then Leitners Poma Alpha ripoff was then was copied by BM lifts.

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  2. Ty December 18, 2022 / 2:44 pm

    Anybody know why they replaced the bull wheel support structure on the top terminal. In a now deleted tweet from Camp Fortune, they photographed the entire terminal structure dismantled, and rebuilt it as the lift is currently running. Seems very odd they would have to do that for a modern lift built in 1998

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