Need a Lift? 6 Private Chair Lifts

21st February 2013 | Kelly Bastone

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Ski in and ski out is one thing, but your own private lift? That's a luxary only a few skiers have.  - ©Sundance Resort

Ski in and ski out is one thing, but your own private lift? That's a luxary only a few skiers have.
Copyright: Sundance Resort

Ski in and ski out is one thing, but your own private lift? That's a luxary only a few skiers have.  - ©Sundance Resort
This near-exclusive lift is located in the gated development of Martis Camp. Home owners never have to wait in line and the access means no problem with parking and walking through the resort. - ©Martis Camp

This near-exclusive lift is located in the gated development of Martis Camp. Home owners never have to wait in line and the access means no problem with parking and walking through the resort.
Copyright: Martis Camp

This near-exclusive lift is located in the gated development of Martis Camp. Home owners never have to wait in line and the access means no problem with parking and walking through the resort. - ©Martis Camp
Chair 20 departs from the Cascade's very own doors. - ©Vail Cascade Resort

Chair 20 departs from the Cascade's very own doors.
Copyright: Vail Cascade Resort

Chair 20 departs from the Cascade's very own doors. - ©Vail Cascade Resort
Skip a shuttle ride to the base of Telluride Trail ski run with this six-person funicular. - ©Element 52

Skip a shuttle ride to the base of Telluride Trail ski run with this six-person funicular.
Copyright: Element 52

Skip a shuttle ride to the base of Telluride Trail ski run with this six-person funicular. - ©Element 52
Get first tracks in Steamboat's legendary aspens from the Thunderhead Express quad - ©Liam Doran

Get first tracks in Steamboat's legendary aspens from the Thunderhead Express quad
Copyright: Liam Doran

Get first tracks in Steamboat's legendary aspens from the Thunderhead Express quad - ©Liam Doran
From the top of the Squaw Creek lift you can ski down for a view of the lake before enjoying untracked powder. - ©Sasha Coben

From the top of the Squaw Creek lift you can ski down for a view of the lake before enjoying untracked powder.
Copyright: Sasha Coben

From the top of the Squaw Creek lift you can ski down for a view of the lake before enjoying untracked powder. - ©Sasha Coben