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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.
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.
Take a seat Before the area is covered in snow, take a chairlift ride up the mountains at Boyne resorts in Northern Michigan.
Summer activities include archery, chairlift rides, disc golf and exploring the trails — with your own two feet or on a Onewheel motorized board.
Whereas alpine skiers would spend much of their on-snow training sessions riding the chairlift, for example, a skiing simulator allows them to cut straight to the actual training run.
To overcome potentially treacherous stairs, states may provide wheelchair ramps and some — including California and Ohio — will install a stair glider or chairlift.
The move came roughly a week after a teenage girl was hurt falling out of a chairlift-style ride at an upstate New York amusement park.
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