T-Bar – Badger Mountain, WA

This T-Bar was installed in the early 2000s at a ski area run by the Waterville Lions Club.
The top terminal has a counterweight for tensioning.
Breakover towers 5 and 6.
The lift line is short but steep.
Tower 4.
The lower part of the lift is an agricultural field in the summer.
Drive terminal.
View up the face.
Lift overview.
There are no buildings associated with this lift, just an outdoor control panel.
Fixed drive.
Wooden T.
Hold down tower with an old rope tow in the background.
The top two towers.

2 thoughts on “T-Bar – Badger Mountain, WA

  1. Will March 2, 2020 / 9:52 pm

    This mountain seems very cool, definitely on my bucket list. Too bad it didn’t open this year.

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