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The Alpental Aspect

IMPROVING ACCESS TO LEGENDARY TERRAIN

Elevating the experience at Alpental is all about improving access to the unique and challenging terrain that local skiers and snowboarders have grown to love, for generations. From installing the long-awaited International Chair, to increasing capacity on Armstrong Express, to adding new and upgraded avalanche control systems... it's about getting you more of what you love.

IMPROVEMENTS

Key Alpental Projects

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NEW LIFT - ALPENTAL
New International Triple Chairlift
The long-awaited International Chair at Alpental will be a fixed-grip triple dropping skiers and riders in the best spot for accessing Lower International, Snake Dance, Felson & Back Bowls. Providing a whole new way to access some of the most popular terrain at Alpental.
LIFT UPGRADE - ALPENTAL
Sessel Triple Chairlift
The new, higher capacity, Sessel Triple will be realigned and extended to create longer, more interesting intermediate descents, provide quick access to International Chair, and improve beginner to intermediate progression.
EASIER & FASTER CONTROL WORK - ALPENTAL
New Avalanche Control Systems
New trams and other remote operated systems installed in key areas to help our team of professionals open more of the terrain you love, faster.
LIFT UPGRADE - ALPENTAL
Edelweiss Chairlift Upgrade
The iconic lift accessing the most legendary terrain will be upgraded to a fixed-grip triple chair to provide more uphill capacity, reduce lines, and provide powder hounds with more laps in some of the deepest snow in North America.
LIFT UPGRADE - ALPENTAL
Edelweiss Chairlift Upgrade
The iconic lift accessing the most legendary terrain will be upgraded to a fixed-grip triple chair to provide more uphill capacity, reduce lines, and provide powder hounds with more laps in some of the deepest snow in North America.