Greetings from the Rockies! The surface lift enthusiasts that frequent here might be interested in the below pictures of four ski areas I checked out this weekend that each have just a T-Bar. Idaho surprisingly has more ski areas than every western state except California and Colorado, though most of them are small and remote. The Gem State is significantly larger than the New England states combined but with only a tenth the population. One reason so many ski areas survive here is because mountain ranges naturally divide Idaho into sections with few roads between.
Bald Mountain - 1968 Hall
Cottonwood Butte - relocated Buehler with some possible Doppelmayr stuff.
Little Ski Hill - 1971 Hall
Snowhaven - 1972 Hall
My Lift Blog site now has photos of every lift in Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming and I am getting close to finishing Washington, Oregon, Nevada, South Dakota and Colorado. It's taken a lot of miles in the car.