Loon to Replace Gondola Cabins
Existing gondola cabins are being auctioned to season pass holders.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018,

Loon Gondola

Loon Mountain will be replacing its gondola cabins this off season, according to a message sent to season passholders.

Loon season passholders have been given the first opportunity to buy the cabins this month. Cabins are generally priced at $1,250, and do not include the hanger or rack, making for easier transportation.

New four passenger gondola cabins will be installed this off season. The Doppelmayr lift was installed new in 1988.

Loon is the third New England area to upgrade its gondola cabins in recent years. Stratton replaced the cabins on its 1988 Poma gondola in 2014 and Killington is set to replace the cabins on its 1997 Poma K1 gondola this off season.

Located in Lincoln, Loon Mountain is the most popular ski resort in New Hampshire in terms of visitation. Boyne USA Resorts purchased the area this spring after leasing it from CNL Lifestyle Properties and Ski Resort Holdings since 2007.

Tip: ZM

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