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ski lift

any of various devices for carrying skiers up a slope, such as a chairlift
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com/articles/153431/Bulgarian+Govt+Oks+Controversial+Ski+Lift+in+Bansko" target="_blank">Protesters are angry at the government for protracting its decision on the matter even though deputy PM Daniela Bobeva met with representatives of the tourist sector from Bansko, Razlog and Dobrinishte in September and stated that the government firmly supports the construction of a new ski lift.
The motive to make the ski lift a popular attraction is to help those interested in such sports to pursue their passion.
Although the terrified boy screamed for help, the ski lift controller, who has since been dismissed, didn't stop the lift.
And anyone afraid of lifts, cable cars or heights in general will understand the fear that often comes when you are on a ski lift and, for no apparent reason, it just grinds to a halt.
He had been stuck 30ft off the ground for six hours after the ski lift was switched off at dusk in Hochzillertal, Austria.
The two ski lift facility operators claimed to have been attacked because they refused to allow Galev's son to use the lift facilities for free.
Several times I clattered off the ski lift, ready to launch down a green run.
The 26 other six-seat gondolas had been vacant when the ski lift system broke down.
Marie and Greater Sudbury have both lost their major ski attractions to a too-expensive-to-replace ski lift.
Andy Bowman (left) works at Willamette Pass to help assemble six-passenger chairs for the high-speed, detachable ski lift.
As the ski lift rises and the treeline gives way to dramatic drop-offs, hesitant amateurs and seasoned professionals vie for the slopes of ASC-run Ajax Mountain.
The Swiss parent company continues to handle the European market, but new opportunities may arise as Garaventa-CTEC merges with Austrian ski lift manufacturer Doppelmayer in the upcoming months.