Wyoming- After replacing the Thunder chairlift in 2022, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is preparing for its next major lift project: replacing the Sublette Quad. They plan on replacing the old fixed-grip quad chairlift with a new detachable high-speed quad. A timeline for this project has yet to be announced, but a recent development suggests it’ll happen soon.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort recently listed the Sublette Chairlift for sale on Ski Area Management’s classifieds page. The Poma Fixed Grip Quad, which was built in 1987, is 4108 feet long and has a vertical rise of 1630 feet. The chairlift travels 450 feet per minute and carries 1650 people per hour.

If you want to acquire this chairlift, contact Troy Stoker at 307-690-1264.

Image Credits: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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