Village Gondola – Mammoth Mountain, CA

The bottom station anchors the Village at Mammoth.
Unique Uni-G rustic terminal styling.
Tower 1.
Second floor lower station.
Uni-G XL.
European-style towers.
View up the line.
Loading area.
Rare CWA Conus 115 cabins.
Drive station at Canyon Lodge.
Side view of the drive.
Drive station seen from above.
Trees were left along the entire line.
Top terminal plaza.
Drive station and parking building.
Last two towers.
Cabin and towers.
Canyon Lodge station.
Towers 14 and 15.
Terminal and cabin parking facility.
Loading area.
Operator house.
Transfer rail.
Return terminal turnaround.
Tall splice tower.
15-passenger cabins.
Double combination assemblies.
Rare double DT grip.
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4 thoughts on “Village Gondola – Mammoth Mountain, CA

  1. Cooper December 31, 2017 / 9:45 am

    Surprised this lift isn’t a Bicable. 15 passenger gondolas I’ve seen have a second track rope on it. That is one big grip for one big lift!

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  2. mzg December 11, 2018 / 7:46 pm

    Peter, correct me if I’m wrong, I’ve never been to Mammoth, but is there any way they actually for 15 in those cabins. They look awfully small to fit that many people

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    • Maxwell Uguccioni January 28, 2019 / 6:29 pm

      Not everyone can sit down.

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  3. Maxwell May 14, 2019 / 8:55 pm

    The double grips are called the DT-215.

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