ski tow


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
Related to ski tow: rope tow

ski tow

a device for pulling skiers uphill, usually a motor-driven rope grasped by the skier while riding on his skis
References in periodicals archive ?
Steven, from Glencoe, had been trying to fix the ski tow after a snagged T-bar - used to pull skiers up the slope - stopped the lift from moving.
AT Glencoe, site of Scotland's first ski tow in 1956, the message is determinedly cheerful, despite the evidence of recent winters.
The company markets Straight Line water ski tow ropes and handles, with the number one position in the high end of this market; Neptune wakeboards, the fastest growing wakeboard brand in the nation; Vast snowboards, featuring innovative 3-dimensional structural board designs; and now the complete line of Silence snowboarding products.
The KSC ski tow is located over a quarter mile off the Ohlson Mountain Road.
15,999 NOTABLE STANDARD FEATURES Digital theft-deterrent system, ski tow, tilt steering, lap timer, compass, clock MUST-HAVE OPTIONS Reboarding ladder, depthfinder, cruise control, sandbag anchor, Speed Tie retractable dockline BUILDER Bombardier Recreational Products, sea-doo.
11,199 NOTABLE STANDARD FEATURES Ski tow, dual concave mirrors, finger-control throttle, slant detection switch MUST-HAVE OPTIONS WaveRunner fender, VXR cover, choice of anchors, handlebar pack BUILDER Yamaha, yamaha-motor.
If you want a clue as to how PlayCraft builds its boats, check out the elevated ski tow.
Charles and William arrived sharing a T-bar on a ski tow, followed by Harry and Zara.
The rigid ski tow bar comes standard with the XTR Package, and there's enough room on the back deck to boot up before taking the plunge.
They laughed, and chatted with each other as they caught a ski tow at Klosters.