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Wednesday, December 28, 2022, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com

2022-23 lift installatons


Mount Snow - Heavy Metal Triple - Yan Triple
Heavy Metal Triple
The Heavy Metal Double was converted to a triple during the off-season. The lift provides a secondary way out of the Carinthia base area.

Mount Snow - Sundance - Doppelmayr High Speed Six
Sundance Express
The new Sundance Express debuted on December 11, providing high-speed service out of the Sundance base area, as well as improved access to connect to the Sunbrook complex.

Mount Snow - Sunbrook - Doppelmayr High Speed Quad
Sunbrook Express
The new Sunbrook Express debuted on December 26, providing high-speed access to the intermediate Sunbrook complex.

Stowe - Sunrise - Doppelmayr High Speed Six
Sunbrook Express
The new Sunrise Express debuted on December 22, becoming the second high-speed chairlift on the Mt. Mansfield side of the ski area.

Attitash - Progression - Doppelmayr Fixed Grip Quad
Progression Quad
The Progression Quad debuted on December 2.

Loon - Seven Brothers - Doppelmayr High Speed Quad
Seven Brothers
Seven Brothers
The new Seven Brothers Express debuted on December 17, improving lift service from the gondola base area. The lift was formerly located in the West Basin complex.

Waterville Valley - Tecumseh - MND High Speed Six
Tecumseh Express
Tecumseh Express
The new Tecumseh Express debuted on December 10. The top terminal sustained wind damage from Winter Storm Elliott, but the lift has subsequently reopened.

Sunday River - Jordan 8 - Doppelmayr High Speed Eight
Jordan 8
The new Jordan 8 lift debuted on December 26.

Lifts Still Under Construction
Catamount Quad
Catamount recently provided an update on its two new lifts, the Catamount Quad and Glades Triple. According to a Facebook post, "we’re just days away from enjoying these lifts." The Catamount Quad, a refurbished Garaventa-CTEC, will serve lower mountain terrain, while the Glades Triple, a refurbished Poma, will serve the main mountain.

Sandy Quad
Saddleback appears to be putting the finishing touches on its Sandy Quad. The new Partek will serve lower mountain terrain.

The multi-year Black Line Quad installation at Magic has come to a standstill, as the mountain will need to install a new haul rope in order to pass inspection. According to a recent update from the ski area, its lift contractor is no longer responding to inquiries, so there is no timetable for completion.



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