Alta's HSQ with 8 Degree Angle

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This started with Peter Landsman at Liftblog.com. He has more still photos. Ropeways photos and a short video of the angle towers. 

ropeways.net | Home | 2018-01-10

Behold The Bend, Alta’s Latest Lift Creation

Jagged ridgelines spread in seemingly endless directions at Alta Ski Area, serviced by relatively few lifts in just the right places to make skiing there a blast.  Alta has collaborated with various lift manufacturers over its 80 year history to create unique contraptions such as the Transfer Tow, a Yan rope tow mechanically more similar to a chairlift and one of the world’s only high-speed triple chairs, called Sunnyside.  In 2004, Alta and Doppelmayr CTEC dreamed up Collins, two Stealth high-speed quads joined together at a 29-degree angle with loading but no unloading at the mid-station.  “Don’t text and bend,” a sign at the Wildcat base warns riders destined for the full trip.
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