Gould Academy – Sunday River, Maine

Gould Academy partnered with Sunday River to build this T-Bar servicing the Monday Mourning race training slope.
The drive/tension terminal next to the Locke Mountain triple.
Side view of the bottom station.
Tower 1.
Not far from the bottom, the track crosses under the Locke Mountain triple.
Two lifts sharing one tower.
Just above the crossover.
Another view of the shared tower.
Looking down the lower T-Bar line.
Upper T-Bar track.
A Doppelmayr tower head.
View down at tower 5.
Looking up at T5.
A brand new T.
Nearing the summit.
Looking down towards the Barker base area.
The lift line.
Tower 8.
Unloading area.
The top bullwheel well above the unload.
Fixed return bullwheel.
Top station overview.
Another view of the upper bullwheel.
There are eight sheaves integrated into the upper terminal.
Lift line crossing Locke Mountain.

3 thoughts on “Gould Academy – Sunday River, Maine

  1. Max Hart October 20, 2019 / 3:15 pm

    Peter could you tell how to the lift interacted with the top section of Crossbow?


    • New England Chairlifts & Skiing October 21, 2019 / 7:14 pm

      If you look in one of the pictures, there’s still a trail sign for crossbow.


  2. milanyvr October 21, 2019 / 3:51 pm

    I love that new Lift operator house Dopp built. I think its also on the new Manning Park chair.


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