Utah Olympic Park, UT

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4 thoughts on “Utah Olympic Park, UT

  1. themav April 16, 2019 / 8:36 pm

    Some of the information in the table is flipped.

    The capacity, Vertical rise, Length, HP, ride time, and midstation note should be flipped. The name, manufacturer, and operating years are correct.

    Nordic is the longer one.

    Fun fact: Way back in the day before Park City became a zoo in the summer, they used to let you ride both of these chairlifts for free. Now it costs $15 for a round trip ride, and the lines can get backed up because everyone wants to get to the top.

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  2. Myles Svec August 30, 2020 / 9:08 pm

    What will be the lift line of the fourth lift that’s going in?

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    • Randy August 31, 2020 / 10:33 am

      If you click the link on the “add 4th chair” the story pulls up a map. It’s all the teal blue shaded area on the right.

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  3. Alex Kennedy March 8, 2021 / 11:24 pm

    They run the quad extremely slow because they are short on lifties and don’t have anyone to bump it. It’s also a pretty unreliable lift as I’ve been stuck on it for extended periods twice. I really wish they could run it faster but I don’t think it will be happening.

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