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High Country T-Bar
Waterville Valley Resort
New Hampshire
Status Standing  
Type T-Bar  
Brand LST  
Install Season 2018-19  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 1,670 feet  
Install Vertical 397 feet 
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Bottom drive and tension. 88.5 HP, 688 FPM. Construction commenced in 2017. Lift opened on February 16, 2019.  

The lift line (July 2017)
The lift line (July 2017)

The lift line (September 2017)
The lift line (September 2017)

The top terminal location (September 2017)
The top terminal location (September 2017)

Forms (October 2017)
Forms (October 2017)

A footing (October 2017)
A footing (October 2017)

The top terminal footing (October 2017)
The top terminal footing (October 2017)

Top terminal form (October 2017)
Top terminal form (October 2017)

The base terminal footing (March 2018)
The base terminal footing (March 2018)

The base terminal pedestal (April 2018)
The base terminal pedestal (April 2018)

Towers (April 2018)
Towers (April 2018)

The future base terminal (May 2018)
The future base terminal (May 2018)

Bullwheels (May 2018)
Bullwheels (May 2018)

Towers (May 2018)
Towers (May 2018)

Sheave trains (May 2018)
Sheave trains (May 2018)

The top terminal footing (May 2018)
The top terminal footing (May 2018)

The base terminal (August 2018)
The base terminal (August 2018)

The base terminal (August 2018)
The base terminal (August 2018)

The base terminal (August 2018)
The base terminal (August 2018)

The base terminal (August 2018)
The base terminal (August 2018)

The base terminal (August 2018)
The base terminal (August 2018)

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