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Who’s Got the Goods: New Lifts at Western Ski Resorts

11th November 2014 | Becky Lomax

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Crews install towers for the new lift up Kachina Peak at Taos for the 2014-15 ski season. - © Taos

Crews install towers for the new lift up Kachina Peak at Taos for the 2014-15 ski season.
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Crews install towers for the new lift up Kachina Peak at Taos for the 2014-15 ski season. - © Taos
Flying towers at Crystal Mountain Resort in Washington for new lifts for winter 2014-15. - © Crystal Mountain Resort

Flying towers at Crystal Mountain Resort in Washington for new lifts for winter 2014-15.
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Flying towers at Crystal Mountain Resort in Washington for new lifts for winter 2014-15. - © Crystal Mountain Resort
New Flower Point Chairlift at Whitefish Mountain Resort gets cross arms installed in preparation for winter 2014-15. - © Whitefish Mountain Resort

New Flower Point Chairlift at Whitefish Mountain Resort gets cross arms installed in preparation for winter 2014-15.
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New Flower Point Chairlift at Whitefish Mountain Resort gets cross arms installed in preparation for winter 2014-15. - © Whitefish Mountain Resort
New Discovery Quad for winter 2014-15 at Panorama Mountain Resort. - © Panorama Mountain Resort

New Discovery Quad for winter 2014-15 at Panorama Mountain Resort.
Copyright: Panorama Mountain Resort

New Discovery Quad for winter 2014-15 at Panorama Mountain Resort. - © Panorama Mountain Resort
Skier descending Kachina Peak. Photo by Ken Gallard. - © Ken Garland

Skier descending Kachina Peak. Photo by Ken Gallard.
Copyright: Ken Garland

Skier descending Kachina Peak. Photo by Ken Gallard. - © Ken Garland

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