Wasatch Peaks Ranch, UT

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23 thoughts on “Wasatch Peaks Ranch, UT

  1. kiroro March 5, 2022 / 5:31 pm

    when will you get these?


  2. kadenisthegamer March 16, 2022 / 2:34 pm

    How do people get access to ski here? Is it a membership?


  3. Henry T May 21, 2022 / 9:03 pm

    Interesting how they are going for a fixed grip triple now for their new lift instead of a bubble quad


    • Ryan May 21, 2022 / 11:42 pm

      I think it’s great! Not everything needs to be high speed. Or have bubbles.


  4. Chairlift mania June 8, 2022 / 7:34 pm

    Dang! Starting out strong with two high speed quad bubble chairs!


  5. Aidan Reilly October 6, 2022 / 9:00 pm

    618 is an extremely long lift with some very steep sections. Almost 9000 feet long and holds 200 bubble chairs rivaling the Flyer over at Copper. Chairs have Leather seats, custom logos, seat heating and bubbles. Word is they cost up to $20K per chair. #11 is very steep as it goes up to the top of Jacob’s Ridge. #11 also didn’t open until the last day of the season and was only open for scenic rides and tours. The lift that is being built, #2 will start right next to the bottom of 618 and run lookers right where it will meet with other proposed lifts. 618 has 30 towers while 11 has 17.


    • Aidan Reilly October 6, 2022 / 9:18 pm

      Holds almost up to 200 chairs*


  6. kiroro October 6, 2022 / 11:53 pm

    any pictures of the bubble chairlift?


  7. Aidan Reilly November 6, 2022 / 12:48 pm

    Chair 11 recently got a parking rail.


  8. kiroro January 10, 2023 / 11:21 am

    Any Pictures of the new triple chair?


    • Chairlift World January 10, 2023 / 5:17 pm

      What I do know is that it’s similar to Loveland’s new Lift 6, which was built that same year.


    • Aidan Reilly January 10, 2023 / 5:32 pm

      Not that I’ve found. Just a standard LPA fixed grip with an Alpha terminal. Starts at the bottom of 618 and runs up A.O.K. to the right of. Super short lift.


  9. Aidan Reilly January 11, 2023 / 9:51 pm

    On the terminal sidings for chair 1, the lifts name is 618. For chair 3 its 11. These refer to old train lines and engines within the Wasatch and Utah. 618 was an old engine, and 11 was named after another engine which was referred to as “Tooele Valley 11”. However, on their mountain report, the names “618” and “11” are no longer listed. Chair 1/618 is now listed at the Diamond Peak lift, and Chair 3/11 is listed as the Jacobs Ridge lift.


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