Purgatory Village Express #1 – Purgatory, CO

Doppelmayr Worldbook entry.
Durango and Mammoth Mountain were the North American launch customers for the Uni-G terminal in 2000.
View up the line from Purgatory Village.
Combo assemblies on tower 3.
Doppelmayr European-style tower head.
View down the first pitch.
Middle part of the lift line.
Riding up the line.
Upper lift line.
Arriving at the drive.
Top station side view.
Top station seen from below.
The upper part of the line.
Another view of the lift line.
Lower lift line.
Six-passenger EJ chairs.
Maintenance/parking rail up top.
Uni-G terminal underskin.
Tower 3.
The early Uni-G is a bit different than the ultimate version with fiberglass end caps.
Return terminal from above.

5 thoughts on “Purgatory Village Express #1 – Purgatory, CO

  1. Raj Thorp March 1, 2020 / 9:57 am

    Interesting that the Uni-G was launched on a six pack instead of a quad. Usually, they launch new products as the standard

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    • Snow Boys March 1, 2020 / 11:16 am

      Is the gauge an 8 person gondola on this lift?

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      • Max Hart March 1, 2020 / 4:13 pm

        6.1 meter line gauge.

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  2. Ben Eminger February 17, 2021 / 1:38 pm

    Today this lift is down with a spacing issue, which is the 2nd time I know of this season that it has gone down, anyone know if an overhaul is planned or if it’s had one already? It runs summer and winter which accumulates to some pretty high hours.

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  3. BC Skier Guy September 16, 2021 / 9:43 pm

    The 4th to last picture is also a good example of subtle changes overtime to the UNI-G enclosure design. Look at the underskin, the t-beam on the front mast is exposed, which does not happen in newer terminals. The shape of the underskin under the bullwheel (the bulged out part) is also different

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