Sunbowl Express – Mt. Sunapee, NH

This equipment was relocated from Okemo, another Triple Peaks mountain.
Loading area and Poma terminal.
Looking up the lift line.
Lower terminal overview.
Return station pedestal controls.
The return terminal.
View down from near the summit.
Lower half of the line.
Towers 1-3.

11 thoughts on “Sunbowl Express – Mt. Sunapee, NH

    • Max Hart October 21, 2019 / 7:45 pm

      You can see Stratton and Killington too, among others.

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    • conradmward October 21, 2019 / 8:10 pm

      I should have clarified, but I think the picture was probably taken from the Sunapee Express, or if not then the ground.


      • Tom October 22, 2019 / 5:30 am

        You can see Mt. Snow as well. I don’t recall if you can see Haystack.


    • brad December 12, 2019 / 2:49 pm

      fun fact, this lift came from okemo after it was replaced with the bubble


      • Tom White November 3, 2020 / 5:56 am

        This lift came from Okemo a year or two before Jackson Gore summit lift became a bubble. The FGQ which it replaced also came from Okemo. The “bubbling” of the Okemo was only adding bubbles to existing carriers or adding new carriers with bubbles. They removed a few chairs to the total because of the added weight of the bubbles.


      • Chairlift World March 6, 2023 / 5:41 pm

        The previous Sunbowl, a Poma quad with a REALLY COOL bottom terminal, also came from Okemo as well! South Face actually.


        • liftnerd May 7, 2023 / 8:51 am

          Do you know of any other examples of that nifty return?


  1. skitheeast November 2, 2020 / 9:07 pm

    Stats this lift is missing on the Mt. Sunapee sheet: capacity is 2400, vertical rise is 1058, length is 4292, and line speed is 1000.


  2. SunapeeInsider February 10, 2022 / 12:27 pm

    This lift was Okemo’s first detach which replaced the red poma. It was installed there in 1992 and crossed the river about 8 years ago, IIRC. It celebrates its 30th birthday this year.


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