Sommet Edelweiss, QC

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3 thoughts on “Sommet Edelweiss, QC

  1. kiroro September 4, 2022 / 2:02 pm


  2. David Wilson February 19, 2023 / 3:48 pm

    There’s definitely some older chairlifts missing from the spreadsheet. As mentioned above, the Heron and Yan chairs were removed in the mid-2000s (I’m pretty sure it was 2004, but I’m not 100% sure). They are also likely named after their manufacturers (though uncommon in Quebec, the Heron chair greatly resembles another former Heron lift in Quebec at Owl’s Head: ).

    Also, there’s no mention of the tubing chairlift, which was a triple chairlift that also carried the tubes with it. There are some pretty good pictures of it at . At one point, the tube park switched to using a magic carpet instead, but the chairlift appears to still be there on satellite imagery (I haven’t been to Edelweiss since before the Poma chair was replaced).

    Also, I found a couple images of the former platter lift. I had no idea there used to be a detachable platter lift at Edelweiss; where’d you get its stats?


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