Attitash Mountain Resort in Barlett, New Hampshire is an interesting ski resort to say the least.
The resort has changed hands numerous times, and is currently owned and operated by mega-corporation Vail Resorts.
The video below shows skiers riding The Summit Triple, an old and slow fixed-grip lift that runs from bottom to top on Attitash Mountain.
The lift has been criticized over the years for being extremely slow, and for facing multiple maintenance issues.
It will be replaced with a high-speed quad before next season.
Until then, skiers can take the 16-minute ride to the top and enjoy the weird intersection where the Summit Triple passes over the Flying Yankee lift.
The guy recording this video thought it was pretty cool:
What other notable chairlift intersections are you aware of?
\It might be fun to compile a list of the coolest ones in a blog here on Unofficial Networks.
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