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Green Chair
Magic Mountain Ski Area
Vermont
Status Construction  
Type Chairlift - Double - Fixed  
Brand Borvig  
Install Season 2017-18  
New Install?  
Ancestors Betwixed Double, Stratton, VT
Cost   
Install Length  
Install Vertical  
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Construction started on this lift, likely the former Stratton Betwixed Double, in 2003, following the former Sun Corner Triple lift line. Initial work included concrete footings and some towers. Incremental construction has took place in subsequent years, including work on the base and summit terminals. Construction resumed in 2017.  

Installation of the Green Chair in 2003
Installation of the Green Chair in 2003

The incomplete Green Chair in 2004
The incomplete Green Chair in 2004

The incomplete Green Chair in 2006
The incomplete Green Chair in 2006

The incomplete Green Chair in 2006
The incomplete Green Chair in 2006

The incomplete Green Chair in 2006
The incomplete Green Chair in 2006

The incomplete Green Chair in 2006
The incomplete Green Chair in 2006

The incomplete Green Chair in 2006
The incomplete Green Chair in 2006

The incomplete Green Chair in 2006
The incomplete Green Chair in 2006

The incomplete Green Chair in 2006
The incomplete Green Chair in 2006

The incomplete Green Chair in 2010
The incomplete Green Chair in 2010

The incomplete Green Chair in 2010
The incomplete Green Chair in 2010

The bottom terminal (2010)
The bottom terminal (2010)

The lift line (2010)
The lift line (2010)

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)



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