Lift Design

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Lift Design Ski lifts should be placed to serve the available ski terrain in the most efficient manner, while considering a myriad of factors such as wind conditions, round-trip skiing and access needs, interconnectability between other lifts and trails, and the need for irculatory space at the lower and upper terminal sites. Additionally, it should be understood that the vertical rise and length of ski lifts for a particular mountain are the primary measures of overall attractiveness and marketability of a ski area.

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  • Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort Draft Master Development Plan [1]

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