Noun(1) a ski lift on which riders (skiers or sightseers
(1) ‘Without the incredible help of the Macmillan nurses, who sorted everything out for us from wheelchairs and a chairlift to emotional support, I would have just blundered along on my own,’ he said.(2) We decided that we would walk to Purple Mountain (Mt. Zhongshan) and catch the chairlift up to the top.(3) ‘The guests don't even have to pay for anything other than the cost of the chairlift or cable car,’ he explains.(4) You can find more sophisticated dining at Café Diva, at the base of the mountain, or take a chairlift and then a moonlit snowshoe tour to sup at Ragnar's, a Norwegian restaurant at an elevation of 9,325 feet.(5) The number who had got on to the mountain was far fewer than when the old chairlift had been in operation, she added.(6) By this stage we had only an hour to get back to the hut - raced part way back along the crater rim, down the mountain until we got to the top chairlift and begged a ride down from the Marley-listening operators.(7) Eventually the bankers built themselves a chairlift , opened the mountain to the public, and called it Stowe, after the nearby town.(8) There would be chairlift access for disabled people to all floors.(9) The resort also has a chairlift to carry you to your downhill adventure.(10) But I would plump for the chairlift which wheeches you up the stairs, a handy device if you have had a bottle or two too much of the tonic wine.(11) I once loaded him on the chairlift at Cypress Mountain.(12) The local mountain-bike association's future plans include installing a chairlift to transport bikes and riders to the top of the mountain.(13) Using a gas barbecue is like going rock climbing and taking the chairlift to the top of the mountain.(14) This winter, the year-old resort has added 25 more runs and a quad chairlift, bringing the mountain to a total of 76 runs and five chairlifts .(15) The decision to provide avalanche control in Flute Bowl, a short hike from the mountain's Peak or Harmony chairlifts , adds another 700 acres of unpisted snow for expert skiers.(16) It styles itself as Colorado's Perfect Ski Mountain and this year has added snow-making equipment and new chairlifts .
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