Saddleback Purchases Camden Snow Bowl T-Bar
T-Bar could be installed at Saddleback next year.
Thursday, November 6, 2014,

According to a post on Camden Snow Bowl's Facebook page, the Big T-Bar has been sold to Saddleback. The bulk of the lift is being transported to Saddleback this fall, with the top terminal to follow next year.

Originally installed new by Hall in 1966, the Big T-Bar was removed in 2014 as Camden Snow Bowl commenced work on the Ragged Mountain Redevelopment. The T-Bar will be replaced with a triple chairlift purchased from Shawnee Peak, giving Camden top to bottom chairlift service for the first time. Additional 2014 Snow Bowl projects include relocating a double chairlift to replace the Little T-Bar, overhauling the snowmaking system, and additional trail clearing.

It is not known if the T-Bar will replace existing lift infrastructure at Saddleback, or if it will be part of a terrain expansion. Saddleback previous purchased a Hall T-Bar from the Balsams for parts. Saddleback management is still discussing options for the Camden T-Bar.

Tip: Sam Shirley

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