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Snowdon Quad
Killington
Vermont
Status Removed  
Type Chairlift - Quad - Fixed  
Brand Yan-Poma  
Install Season 1992-93  
New Install?  
Ancestors Snowshed Double #3, Killington, VT
Cost   
Install Length 4,476 feet  
Install Vertical 1,114 feet 
Final Season Standing 2017-18  
Descendants
Notes Likely constructed with Poma towers from a Snowshed Double, a Yan bottom terminal, and Poma chairs. To be rebuilt as South Ridge Quad in 2018.  

The Snowdon Quad in 2006
The Snowdon Quad in 2006

The Snowdon Quad in 2006
The Snowdon Quad in 2006

The Snowdon Quad in 2006
The Snowdon Quad in 2006

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

A grip (2015)
A grip (2015)

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

The lift line (2015)
The lift line (2015)

The lift line (2015)
The lift line (2015)

The lift line (2015)
The lift line (2015)

The lift line (2015)
The lift line (2015)

The lift line (2015)
The lift line (2015)

The bottom terminal (2016)
The bottom terminal (2016)

The bottom terminal (2016)
The bottom terminal (2016)

The lift line (2016)
The lift line (2016)

The lift line (2016)
The lift line (2016)



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