New lifts at Kirkwood

Thu 10 July 08

There will be 2 new tow lifts in Emigrant Basin for 2008/9 as the big ol' master plan gets approval

The first stage of the masterplan kicks off for the 2008/9 season with the opening of lifts to Covered Wagon Peak, Lookout Vista Point and Red Cliffs.

Further phases will upgrade of the existing Sunrise quad chairlift to a high speed detachable chair; increased on-mountain dining options; and a new lift originating from the Mountain Village to Caples Crest, reducing access time to Emigrant Basin by over 50 percent

Kirkwood Emigrant bowl lifts 2008/9


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Snowboard Guide rating 7 out of 10 “A real advanced riders heaven, but not the place to go for a lads holiday.”