Timber Creek Express #7 – Kirkwood, CA

Doppelmayr Uni-GS return station.
Terminal with work chair.
The bottom is height-adjustable so tower 1 is attached.
Another view of the base.
Lift line view.
Terminal and lift shack.
Chairs off line for summer maintenance.
Doppelmayr Worldbook entry.
Doppelmayr Uni-GS return terminal.
This station is height adjustable.
View down from the top.
Middle part of the lift line.
Side view of the top station.

3 thoughts on “Timber Creek Express #7 – Kirkwood, CA

  1. powderforever July 7, 2019 / 1:55 pm

    Why does this lift not have footrests?


    • Donald Reif July 8, 2019 / 9:52 am

      Every resort has different preferences over which lifts get footrests.

      In general, I’ve taken to noticing that the number of high speed quads with footrests can vary from state to state. For instance, in Colorado, almost every high speed quad and six pack has footrests and there are only eight that don’t (the ones that don’t are the Gemini Express, Eskimo Express and Prospector Express at Winter Park, the Elkhead Express and Christie Peak Express at Steamboat, the Kokomo Express at Copper Mountain, Coney Glade at Snowmass, and Charity Jane Express at Wolf Creek). In California, things are slightly more mixed so there’s many instances of resorts where some high speed quads have footrests and others don’t. (At Northstar, for instance, Village Express and Martis Camp have footrests but none of their other detachables do)


    • Matvey P January 17, 2022 / 12:12 am

      It’s only 4 min long. No need.


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