CHAIR ONE (YAN) - A Yan triple built in 1981 serves expert terrain from the main base.
CHAIR TWO (YAN) - Originaly a Yan triple bilt in 1984 with plastic Yan logo chairs. The chairs were replaced
in the summer of 2007 with traditional Yan slat back chairs. These chairs were purchased from Keystone where they
hung from the R & S lifts. Chair 2 was shortened by half in 2015 to improve skier flow out of the base. The upper half
was replaced with the Ptarmagin lift which runs a slightly different alignment. Chair two shares a tower with Chair 6.
CHAIR THREE (POMA) - A Poma quad installed in 1997 to replace the old chair #3. This lift
is located at the Valley base. This lift has a mid-station.
CHAIR FOUR (LEITNER-POMA) - A Poma Alpha triple chair installed in 2011 to replace the original #4 double chair.
CHAIR FIVE (HERON-POMA) - This Heron Double was built in 1975 to connect Loveland's two lower
areas, The Basin and Valley. The chair is unique as it crosses a highway. The chair was standing
as of 2017 but no longer in operation.
CHAIR SIX (YAN) - A Yan double with early bail type chairs built in 1977. This chair shares one tower
with Chair 2.
CHAIR SEVEN (YAN) - A 1984 Yan double located on the Valley side. The drive for this lift is a classic
CHAIR EIGHT (YAN/POMA) - This 1990 Yan quad was the last original install in Colorado.
It now has replacement Poma chairs.
CHAIR NINE (POMA) - This Poma quad was built in 1998 and is the second highest chair in
CHAIR ONE (HERON) - Installed in 1955, this was Lovelandls first chair. It ran until 1981 when
it was replaced by the current Chair One. Pictures are from Cathleen Norman's great book "Loveland
CHAIR FOUR (HERON) - This 1965 Heron double is mostly original except for replacement Yan
chairs. The first picture shows the chair with its orignal heron chairs. The second shows
the current Yan carriers.
CHAIR THREE (HERON) - This double was located in the Loveland Valley section of the resort.
It was replaced in 1997 with a Poma Quad (New Chair #3).