Summit – Whitewater, BC

This Leitner-Poma quad chair replaced a Riblet double in 2017.
Breakover towers.
Top station Alpha model.
Splice tower near the summit.
The lower section of the line is very steep.
View up the line.
The fixed bottom station is the Leitner-Poma Z model.
Lift overview.
Return bullwheel.
Arriving at the drive.
Top station overview.
Drive and tensioning are located at the summit.
Upper section of the line.
Lower lift line.
Loading area.
View up from the base.
Middle section of the line.
View back down from T4.
High section near the summit.
Line overview.
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3 thoughts on “Summit – Whitewater, BC

  1. Ryan June 23, 2019 / 7:00 pm

    That’s a pretty cool looking bottom station.

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    • AvocadoAndy June 24, 2019 / 10:02 am

      That’s the Poma “Z-Return.” They’ve been using them for a pretty long time actually. Arapahoe Basin uses it as well.

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      • Donald Reif June 24, 2019 / 3:02 pm

        They’ve been around since the early 1990s (Winter Park’s Endeavor being one of the earliest, built in 1993).

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