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ski lift

any of various devices for carrying skiers up a slope, such as a chairlift
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The hotel and ski lift would be made on 12 acres only and simultaneously the lessee would withdraw the court case.
The Croix de Chamrousse ski lift was set up in 2009 to replace a cable car and two chair lifts.
Teacher Charlotte Pittocho, who was on the trip, told the inquest in Exeter that she had not heard anyone - either teachers, ski instructors or ski lift staff - tell people to remove rucksacks from their backs and put them on their laps while on board.
Cost is $365 for condo lodging or $465 hotel lodging, and includes bus transportation, lodging and ski lift tickets.
They demand from the Bulgarian government to approve of a construction project of a new ski lift and new ski slopes in Pirin National Park, reports BGNES.
This is the first ski lift that has been constructed in the heart of Gulmarg.
BEIRUT: For 15 minutes, Adel dangled in the air, 12 meters above the icy ground and hanging from the ski lift by just his coat.
Liftopia, a US-based online marketplace for discounted ski lift tickets and mountain activities, has announced a sale of ski lift tickets.
The victim Friday, one of four people who had been buried by the human-triggered avalanche about 22 miles southeast of Revelstoke, was on a heli-skiing excursion in which downhill skiing is accessed by a helicopter, not a ski lift, UPI quoted the Revelstoke Times Review as reporting.
It is understood he was covered by a mound of snow after the driver of the machine failed to see him playing near a ski lift at the Baqueira Beret resort, in the Pyrenees.
One of his biggest fans is writer-director Adam Green (Hatchet), who wondered what it would be like to set an entire movie on the chair of a ski lift.
A MAN stranded on a ski lift in temperatures below zero saved his life by burning cash as an SOS.