Tombstone Express – Park City, UT

Bottom loading area with gates.
View down the lower part of the line.
Upper lift line.
Looking down from the summit.
Arrival side of the top station.
Unloading ramp.
Another view of the bottom station.
Top drive terminal.
View down the very long lift line.
Upper section of the lift.
Tower 12.
Mellow lower line.
The bottom terminal in a new red paint scheme.

9 thoughts on “Tombstone Express – Park City, UT

    • Peter Landsman June 24, 2017 / 6:23 am

      No. Doppelmayr USA has greatly simplified its offerings in recent years. For detachables, choices are UNI-G or D-Line. There are Standard, Viper and tunnel versions of the Uni-G and two different D-Line enclosure shapes.


      • Jeff Lynne June 24, 2017 / 10:43 pm

        When is D-Line coming to North America? Also, do you think that LPA will ever design a new fixed grip terminal? The Alpha seems to be getting stale.


        • Peter Landsman June 25, 2017 / 5:39 am

          D-Line is for sale if someone wants to buy at a premium. It will not replace the current models, at least in the short term.

          I think we are seeing the replacement for the Alpha is the Skytrac Monarch. If you look at Europe, Leitner built only detachables and surface lifts last year. That may be the path Leitner-Poma takes while leaving the fixed-grip business to its subsidiary in Salt Lake. The only Alpha this year appears to be going to Whitewater.


  1. Jonathan January 13, 2018 / 8:09 pm

    Why did they replace the old Poma lift? It was in service for 9 years. Was it relocated?


  2. Tyler February 23, 2019 / 5:45 pm

    This reuses tower tubes from the Poma HSQ. Now I believe there are only 3 Poma lifts in Utah (Red Pine gondola here, Supreme at Alta, and Eagle Point)


    • Donald M. Reif March 6, 2019 / 10:09 am

      This results in an interesting irony where the Tombstone Express is a Doppelmayr high speed six pack with the tower tubes of a Poma chairlift, while the Sunshine Express is a Poma high speed quad with the reused tower tubes of a Doppelmayr chairlift.


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