Télésiège – Pin Rouge, QC

This lift is the second longest fixed grip chairlift in Canada, spanning more than 6,300 feet.
The first of 24 towers.
The lift has a number of half towers along the line.
Base area.
Work chair.
View up at tower 6.
View up the middle part of the line.
Another half tower.
Although the alingment is long, it is not particularly steep.
View nearing the summit.
The final pitch.
Fixed top station.
Looking down from the unload.
Side view of the top terminal.
Lift line overview.
Tower with ’90s style lifting frame.
Lower part of the line.
The one steep section of the whole lift.
Drive station.
Lift overview.


One thought on “Télésiège – Pin Rouge, QC

  1. liftnerd December 28, 2022 / 4:48 pm

    That is a unique work chair. Eagle Cliff Triple at Cannon Mountain (NH) has one of those nifty work chairs. Are they easier to use than putting an entire carrier on the lift? Are they always red? How long does it take to put it on a chair versus putting a traditional work carrier on the line? Is that one left on the line full time? Do many ski areas leave their work carriers on the line full time?


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