Two New Chairlifts For Mammoth Mountain


Two New Chairlifts For Mammoth Mountain

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Two New Chairlifts For Mammoth Mountain

J2SkiNews posted Apr-2022

Two of the main lifts at Mammoth Mountain in California are being upgraded, with work getting underway this summer, although the replacement lifts wont be operational until winter 23/24.

Canyon Express (Chair 16) at Canyon Lodge and Broadway Express (Chair 1) at Main Lodge will be upgraded to high-speed six-pack chairlifts.

The new lifts are part of a $344 million spend by the Alterra Group across its resorts and is one five large scale projects also including work at Steamboat in Colorado and Palisades Tahoe in California, Deer Valley Resort in Utah and Crystal Mountain in Washington.
"This historic investment is clear evidence of our commitment …towards the long-term future of our mountains," said Rusty Gregory, CEO, Alterra Mountain Company. "More than ever, we continue to infuse meaningful capital into projects that will transform our base areas while significantly improving our physical and digital on-mountain offerings to ensure that our guests experience the best of the mountains."
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posted 29-Oct

Nice, but the backside needs a new lift more. Chair 14 should be upgraded for capacity and extended so people can ski down the frontside. Getting out of the backside on 13 takes too much time.
Mark Shoemaker

Topic last updated on 29-October-2022 at 12:37

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