Ramshead – Boyne Mountain, MI

This is the only upper mountain lift at Boyne that doesn’t start at the bottom of the mountain level.
Top drive station.
View down the lift line.
Close tower spacing.
Middle lift line.
Tensioning system.
Loading area at tower 2.
Top breakover towers.
View back down the line.
Bottom station overview.

3 thoughts on “Ramshead – Boyne Mountain, MI

  1. Max Hart February 1, 2020 / 6:37 am

    Leave it to Riblet to use 24 towers on a 2100 foot lift.

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    • Doppelmayr FTW February 1, 2020 / 7:50 am

      Everett Kircher was afraid of heights so he had a 15 foot off the ground rule for all his early lifts. Hence all the towers

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      • Donald Reif February 1, 2020 / 11:08 am

        Even once those height rules were relaxed, Riblet lifts still often had a lot of closely spaced towers. Lift A comes to mind:

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