Sandy – Saddleback, ME

This is the first Partek lift for Saddleback after numerous Doppelmayr projects.
The lift line is very similar to a former Hopkins double.
Side view of the bottom terminal in Saddleback green.
Partek galvanized tower.
Arriving at the top station.
Green snowflake bullwheel.
View from the summit.
Side view of the return station.
Middle part of the lift line.
Loading area and motor room.

3 thoughts on “Sandy – Saddleback, ME

  1. PartekFan December 29, 2022 / 4:59 pm

    Nice to see a new Partek. When was their last new build?

    Is it me or are those sheaves a beefier design?

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    • Sam Shirley December 30, 2022 / 5:34 am

      They built two new lifts last year, one at Mount Southington, and one at Trollhaugen.

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    • liftnerd December 31, 2022 / 12:08 pm

      Those sheaves were seen on Leitner lifts in the 1970s. Did Leitner give Borvig all the designs that they didn’t need anymore?

      Honestly, I hope that Saddleback gets its fixed-grips from Partek from now on. They could use the business. According to their Wikipedia page, they have been installing only one or two a year for their entire history. Go Partek!

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