Rocky Mountain SuperChair – Breckenridge, CO

Lower terminal adjacent to the Colorado SuperChair at the base of Peak 8.
Return station loading area.
Leaving the base.
View up the line.
Looking back down.
Nearing the top.
Unload zone and operator house.
Side view of the drive.
Terminal underskin.
View down the lift line.
Lower lift line view.
Another look at the line.

5 thoughts on “Rocky Mountain SuperChair – Breckenridge, CO

  1. Charlie May 21, 2018 / 7:30 am

    This lift could be a detach 6


  2. alex June 3, 2018 / 9:59 pm

    What I would like to see if for Breckenridge to move the base of the Rocky Mountain Super Chair up to confluence of Little Johnny, Duke’s Run, Northstar, and the Peak 7 Road. Then extend the chair to the top of Horseshoe Bowl to replace the T-Bar. That would open up so great round trip, fall line skiing.

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    • GreatEight January 16, 2019 / 11:54 am

      Independence is always so busy, I think the need 4000P/H there and should install a bubble-8. Then move the existing Independence to Rocky Mountain and extend in up to the top of Horseshoe bowl. Rocky could replace 6 chair starting beside the existing E chair base.


  3. Collin Parsons January 16, 2019 / 12:33 pm

    This lift was built as setup for the Peak 7 expansion. I don’t see any reason to replace it with something higher capacity. Independence now gets slammed with all the people going in and out of Peak 6, so that could become a bubble-8 at some point.


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