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Lift Details

King Pine Quad

Originally manufactured and installed by Borvig in 1988, the King Pine Quad is a four-passenger, monocable, fixed-grip lift, located on the easternmost side of the mountain. A new Doppelmayr Tristar Terminal replaced the origonal bottom load terminal during the summer of 2015. The existing towers and chairs remained in place to service the 3,400 foot long the lift. The new terminal features a 400 horsepower motor with the capacity to run at a speed of 450 feet per minute, and transport 2,100 skiers per hour.  


Whiffletree SuperQuad

The Whiffletree chair is a four-passenger, monocable, high speed detachable quad built in the summer of 1997. Whiffletree was designed, manufactured and installed by C-TEC. This lift is 5,100 feet long with a vertical rise of 1,100 feet. With a 600 horsepower motor, the lift runs at an average speed of 1,000 feet per minute. The Whiffletree Superquad serves intermediate and beginner terrain, and is located on the east side of the mountain.  


Snubber

Snubber is a three-passenger, monocable fixed-grip chair, manufactured by Borvig and installed in 1985. Snubber is 5,475 feet long with a vertical rise of 423 feet. This chair moves at a speed of 450 feet per minute and the chairs are 58.5 feet apart. Snubber has 196 chairs, a 200 horsepower motor, and has a capacity of 1,800 skiers per hour. The Snubber triple chair is primarily a condo-access lift, and serves beginner terrain.   


Skidway

Skidway is a two-passenger, monocable, fixed-grip chair, manufactured by Borvig and installed in 1988. Skidway is 1,000 feet long with a vertical rise of 149 feet. With 46 chairs, this lift has a capacity of 1,000 skiers per hour. Skidway is a beginner lift, servicing learning terrain on the Landing. 


Sawduster

Sawduster is a two-passenger, monocable, fixed grip chair manufactured by Stadeli in 1970. Sawduster is 1,316 feet long with a 130 foot vertical rise. This chair moves at a speed of 350 feet per minute and the chairs are 66.7 feet apart. There are 45 chairs on this lift each weighing 150lbs. With a 50 horsepower motor, this chair has a capacity of 630 skiers per hour. Sawduster is a beginner lift, and services the Sugarloaf's learn-to-ski area. This lift is located just behind the Sugarloaf Inn.


Double Runner East

Double Runner East (DRC East) is a two-passenger, monocable fixed grip chair designed by and manufactured by Borvig in 1974. DRC East is 3,161 feet long with a vertical rise of 617 feet. This chair moves at a speed of up to 420 feet per minute, with 139 chairs spaced 45 feet apart; each chair on this lift weighs 140lbs. Double Runner East has a 125 horsepower motor with a capacity of 1,200 skiers per hour. The Double Runner is located on the Boardwalk trail, servicing beginner terrain and providing access to the Skyline lift.


Double Runner West

Double Runner West (DRC West) is a two-passenger, monocable, fixed grip chair installed in 1973 by Borvig. DRC West shares towers with DRC East, and is 4,430 feet long with a vertical rise of 1,014 feet. This chair moves at a speed of up to 420 feet per minute with 190 chairs that are spaced 45 feet apart. With a 200 horsepower engine, DRC West has a capacity of 1,200 skiers per hour. DRC West services both intermediate and beginner terrain.  


Bateau

The Bateau T-Bar is a two-passenger, monocable, fixed grip t-bar installed in 1956. It is commonly know by its original name, "Number 3 T Bar." This lift was manufactured by Constam and designed by Leitner. The carrier type is a springbox T-bar manufactured by Dopplemayr. The Bateau T-bar is 3,030 feet long and has a vertical of 973 feet. This lift has a capacity of 740 skiers per hour. The Bataeu T-bar runs from the top of the Double Runner West chair to The top of Spillway. This lift services Expert, Advanced, and Intermediate terrain.  


Sugarloaf SuperQuad

The Sugarloaf SuperQuad is a four-passenger, monocable, high speed detachable lift manufactured and installed by C-TEC in 1994. The Sugarloaf SuperQuad is 6,800 feet long with a vertical rise of 1,800 feet. This lift moves at speeds of  up to 1040 feet per minute. With a 900 horsepower motor, The Sugarloaf SuperQuad has a capacity for 2,800 skiers per hour. The Sugarloaf Superquad was Sugarloafs first high-speed detachable quad. This lift accesses Expert, Advanced and Intermediate terrain. 


Bucksaw

Removed this summer, the Bucksaw chair was a two-passenger, monocable, fixed grip lift, designed and manufactured by Stadeli. Installed in 1969, Bucksaw was Sugarloaf's first chairlift. 


West Mountain

The West Mountain chairlift is a two-passenger, monocable, fixed grip lift manufactured by Borvig and installed in 1984. West Mountain is 6,986 feet long and has a vertical rise of 1,275 feet. This lift moves at 500 feet per minute with 280 chairs that are spaced 50 feet apart. With a 250 horsepower motor, The West Mountain Chair has a capacity of 1,200 skiers per hour. The West Mountain Chairlift serves Beginner and Intermediate terrain, and provides transportation to West Mountain homeowners.  


Skyline

Skyline, Sugarloaf's most recently installed lift, is a four-passenger, monocable, fixed-grip quad manufactured and installed by Doppelmayr in 2011. Skyline is 3,746 feet long with a vertical rise of 1,457 feet. The lift runs at approximately 500 feet per minute, with 127 chairs, spaced 64 feet apart. Powered by a 400 horsepower electric motor, with a 400 horsepower Cummins diesel backup, Skyline has a capacity of 1,800 skiers per hour. 


Timberline Quad

A four-passenger monocable fixed grip quad originally built and installed by Borvig in 1988 and relocated to its current position in 1997, Timberline is 3,900 feet long with a vertical rise of 980 feet. Powered by a 400 horsepower motor, the Timberline chair moves at a speed of 450 feet per minute; with a total of 151 chairs this lift has a capacity of 1,900 skiers per hour. The Timberline Quad provides access to Sugarloaf's summit.