[ UK /tʃˈeəlɪft/ ]
- a ski lift on which riders (skiers or sightseers) are seated and carried up or down a mountainside; seats are hung from an endless overhead cable
How To Use chairlift In A Sentence
- 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.
- There are no flash high-speed chairlifts scattered all over the mountain.
- A long chairlift took us back up to the Col de la Madeleine, with its spectacular view up to Meribel.
- The three areas have over two dozen ski lifts, mostly chairlifts and gondolas, serving a multitude of trails and runs from the valley floor to open slopes above treeline.
- 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.
- The local mountain-bike association's future plans include installing a chairlift to transport bikes and riders to the top of the mountain.
- We decided that we would walk to Purple Mountain (Mt. Zhongshan) and catch the chairlift up to the top.
- In terms of facilities, the mountain offers a mix between older one-person chairlifts, drag lifts, and two modern high-speed chairlifts, one triple and one quad.
- The resort also has a chairlift to carry you to your downhill adventure.
- Trail System: 40 trails, evenly mixed for ability level; 2 chairlifts, 3-bars.