Snow Gondola Lift
In French-speaking Switzerland, customer and operator comfort was the primary focus of the Diablerets station restructuring project. The eponymous gondola lift therefore replaces a chairlift to enhance skier comfort, and is equipped with a SmartBoard control console to ensure optimum operator comfort.
This project to restructure Diablerets station managed by BACO, the Swiss subsidiary of POMA, prioritised customer and operator comfort from the outset.
The gondola lift replaces the former four-seater chairlift, and is the first gondola lift in the Vaud Alps to offer this capacity to its users: 2500 skiers, sledders and walkers per hour at Mazots compared with 1400 previously, and a record capacity for a gondola lift in the Vaud Alps.
Difference in elevation
2500 passengers/ hour
Number of cabins
Number of passenger per cabin
Number of towers
for the project
The choice of a SmartBoard as the control panel provides ropeway operator personnel with better control of the commands, opposite the loading/unloading platform.
The Diablerets Express gondola lift is equipped with DirectDrive® technology, which is less energy-intensive, has a reduced environmental impact and is very reliable.
in the Vaud Alps
Able to carry 2500 skiers, hikers or mountain bikers per hour, POMA offers the highest capacity ever for a gondola lift in the Vaud Alps.
Diablerets Express in pictures
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France – Courchevel – 2018
The Les 3 Vallées company entrusted POMA with the construction of the new emblematic gondola lift of Les Grangettes. A true link between Courchevel Village and Courchevel 1850, the gondola lift is operated every day until 11 pm. It is a busy link and has opened the door to peri-urban rope transport in the mountains.Read
Russia – Arkhyz – 2018
Northern Caucasus Resort is continuing its development project, which began in 2011 in the Caucasus mountains, and has an impressive 10-seat 3.8 km gondola lift with 3 sections on its north slope.Read
Meihuashan Lift-1 et 2
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United States – Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows (California) – 2019
Leitner Poma of America, a long-standing partner of the Alpine Meadows ski resort, replaced the 1996 Hot Wheels fixed-grip chairlift this year with a new higher-performance 4-seater detachable chairlift, and took the opportunity to improve the route.Read
France – Loudenvielle Peyragudes – 2019
The “Skyvall” gondola lift is a link between the village of Loudenvielle, with its lake and its recreational spa, and the ski resort of Peyragudes. Since the summer of 2020, it has helped improve the year-round appeal of this beautiful valley in the Pyrenees.Read
Ski Indoor Dubaï
United Arab Emirates – Dubai – 2005
The Souk Al Nakheel fixed chairlift is the main installation of Ski Dubai, the first indoor ski centre of its kind in the Persian Gulf region, and the most famous in the world.Read
China – Cuiyunshan – 2017
A superb 6/8 Telemix®, combining 6-seater chairs with protective hoods and 8-person Diamond cabins, was deployed in Cuiyunshan, a new station near Chongli, four hours by road from Beijing.Read
France – La Plagne (Savoie) – 2003
The emblematic ropeway of the Vanoise Massif mountain range gave rise to the vast Paradiski skiing area in 2003. It held the record as the biggest cabin in the world until 2016.Read
United States – Copper Mountain (Colorado) – 2018
The American Flyer may be the world’s longest bubble chairlift; in any case, it is the longest one manufactured by the POMA Group on American soil.Read
France – Bourg Saint-Maurice – 2019
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