The Top 7 Longest Ski Lifts In The United States

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The Lone Peak Tram is a marvel, taking skiers to the top of Lone Mountain at an elevation of 11,166 feet. The tram provides access to some of the most challenging and exhilarating terrains in the country.

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Lone Peak Tram, Big Sky Resort, Montana

Gondola One at Vail is not only long but also offers a luxurious ride with heated seats and Wi-Fi. It connects Vail Village to Mid-Vail and provides stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

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Gondola One, Vail Mountain Resort, Colorado

Known as “Big Red,” this tram transports skiers from the base to the summit of Rendezvous Mountain in just 12 minutes. It's famous for its expansive views and access to some of the resort’s most challenging runs.

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Jackson Hole Aerial Tram, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Wyoming

The Silver Queen Gondola is a staple at Aspen Mountain, taking visitors from the base to the summit at 11,212 feet. It’s a scenic and relaxing ride that offers spectacular views of the Elk Mountains.

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Silver Queen Gondola, Aspen Snowmass, Colorado

The Snowbird Aerial Tram takes skiers to the top of Hidden Peak at 11,000 feet in about 10 minutes. This iconic tram offers breathtaking views of Little Cottonwood Canyon and access to extensive ski terrain.

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Snowbird Aerial Tram, Snowbird, Utah

Bridger Bowl’s Lone Peak Triple provides access to expert terrain and stunning views of the Bridger Range. It’s a favorite for those looking to explore some of Montana’s best skiing.

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Lone Peak Triple, Bridger Bowl, Montana

The Ramcharger 8 is the first eight-seat, high-speed lift in North America. Located at Big Sky Resort, this lift offers heated seats and a weatherproof bubble, ensuring a comfortable ride to some of the resort’s best terrains.

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Big Sky Resort's Ramcharger 8, Montana