T-Bar – Hanson Hills, MI

This Poma T-Bar operates at a community-owned ski hill in Northern Michigan.
The lift line has four towers.
The first tower only supports the light side.
Split tower.
The second tower has three half crossarms.
Breakover towers at the summit.
Tower 3.
The lift actually travels downhill for a bit after riders unload.
Towers 3 and 4 at the unloading area.
The top terminal.
Counterweight for tensioning.
Side view of the drive equipment.
Lift overview.
Steep part of the lift line.

One thought on “T-Bar – Hanson Hills, MI

  1. liftnerd February 4, 2023 / 6:51 am

    Now this is a strange one. Traditional Poma T-bar support sheaves with early depression sheaves, still used on detachable platters today. Lovely machine.


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