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Take a leisurely ride on the FairLift, an old chairlift that carries passengers about 30 feet over the fairgrounds for a 15-minute kickback ($5 one way, $6 round trip, $2 each way for kids).
The lodge, chairlift and summer activities center will be open.
Then, things got worse: In 2002, tourists got stuck on the chairlift for two hours...in the rain.
Instead of waiting for a snowy blanket of white to visit Granite Peak in Wausau’s Rib Mountain State Park, skiers should consider a fall chairlift ride for a much more colorful view of the 700-foot vertical drop.
This intermediate tour starts off with guests riding a chairlift to the summit and then zipping seven lines ranging from 250 to 800 feet, across the top of Berkshire East.
Thigh-deep unbroken lines linger in full view of busy chairlifts into mid-afternoon, something that simply never happens at home.
The governor also took a ceremonial spin to help unveil a new skyline chairlift ride that dominates the midway.
The Josie is set to open in late January just steps from the chairlift, featuring a head chef nabbed from one of Canada’s top restaurants.
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