SUN MOUNTAIN (DOPPELMAYR) - This HS quad replaced the original #1 Riblet double
SUN CHAIR/ALPINE CHAIR (HALL) - A Hall double double chair. The chair on skier's right was originally went to the summit
with a 3/4 station, but now goes only 3/4 up. This is the Sun Chair and was installed in 1974. The chair on skiers left goes 1/2 way
up and is the Alpine chair, This portion was built in 1984.
PLAZA DOUBLE (RIBLET) - A classic Riblet built in 1965. This lift originally had center pole chairs. The new chairs were hung
around 1997, they may have come from Okemo's old Summit double.
BLUE RIBBON (POMA) - This Poma quad was added in 1988 to serve the the east side terrain. For a few years
it ran alongside the Stargazer double (Riblet) which was occasionally run when lines formed at Blue Ribbon. As it
was not needed The Stargazer was eventually removed leaving Blue Ribbon serving the East Side terrain.
EAST MEADOW DOUBLE (HALL) - The East Meadow Double was built 1974 to be a double double, however the second
side was never built. The chair is pictured with several modified chairs designed to carry Devil Carts in summer.
LORD'S PRAYER T-BAR (HALL) - This T-bar was purchased used and installed in 1997 to replace the Lord's Prayer J-bar.
NUMBER ONE - A Riblet double built in 1958 which ran base to summit. It was removed in 1997 and replaced
by the Sun Mountain Express quad. Original owner Fred Pabst prefered J-Bar's but admitted his "skiers prefered
the double." We currently have one of the chairs from this lift in our collection pictured below. The chair was originaly
equiped with footrests that would swing around automatically when the safty bar was lowered. The bars on the chairs
were later modified with conventional footrests and new bar counter weights.
LORD'S PRAYER J-BAR - The Lord's Prayer J-bar served the Lord's Prayer J-bar served the Lord's Prayer area until it was replaced by a used Hall T- Bar. The last picture shows the J-Bar being removed.
STARGAZER DOUBLE (RIBLET) - Built in 1965 and removed in the mid-1990's this lift serviced the east side terrain.
On this chair in 1987 the Chairlift Preservation Society began. The picture shows all that remained of this chair as of
2001. This chair was rendered unnecessary a few years after the Blue Ribbon quad was installed next to it.