Screaming Eagle – Grouse Mountain, BC

Top station integrated into an old building.
Tower 13 with night lighting.
Riding up the line.
Another view of the lift line.
Loading area and Poma Omega terminal.
The lift can be run at fixed-grip speed with a mid-load station at tower 8.
Poma half depress tower.
The breakover.
Arriving at the drive.
Unload ramp.
Midway loading not in use.
Split tower 7.
First few towers,
Poma Omega chair and grip.
Another view of the drive station.
Top station overview.
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4 thoughts on “Screaming Eagle – Grouse Mountain, BC

  1. Milan S May 21, 2019 / 6:19 pm

    You know what, I hate this lift. Every time you go up to grouse on a busy day, you can expect 1 hour line ups on this lift. Grouse makes a ton of money so i dont get why they replace this thing with a 6 seater.

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    • Donald Reif May 21, 2019 / 7:37 pm

      I think all they really need to do is add more chairs to bump the lift up to 2,800 pph.

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      • MilanYVR August 7, 2019 / 10:46 pm

        Not at all. It needs to be a 6. This is the main chairlift for grouse. everyone goes to grouse just because they dont have to drive and lines can get worse then whistlers. I also think putting extensive upgrades on the chairlift would be a giant waste of money. The lift is decently old for a detach, and has seen better days. If you dont believe me about the lines, come to grouse and you will find out.

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        • Kaden K (nedakalTNT) August 11, 2019 / 7:41 pm

          No it’s not. it’s made in 2000. That’s actually relatively new. They are at least going to get 10 more years, maybe more on this lift, and more chairs would help a lot. It doesn’t need to be six yet.

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