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Avalanche Double
Mt. Southington
Connecticut
Status Converted  
Type Chairlift - Double - Fixed  
Brand Hall-Partek  
Install Season 1969-70  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 2,069 feet  
Install Vertical 357 feet 
Final Season Standing 2020-21  
Descendants Avalanche Double, Mt. Southington, CT
Notes Original Hall modified by Partek circa 2011. Hall towers, chairs, and top terminal replaced with Partek components in 2021.  

The lift line circa the 1970s
The lift line circa the 1970s

The lift line circa the 1970s
The lift line circa the 1970s

The bottom terminal (2014)
The bottom terminal (2014)

The bottom terminal (2014)
The bottom terminal (2014)

The bottom terminal (2014)
The bottom terminal (2014)

A grip (2014)
A grip (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The top terminal (2014)
The top terminal (2014)

The bottom terminal (2014)
The bottom terminal (2014)

The lift line (October 2021)
The lift line (October 2021)

A tower before removal (October 2021)
A tower before removal (October 2021)



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