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chairlift

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchairliftchair‧lift, chair lift /ˈtʃeəlɪft $ ˈtʃer-/ noun [countable]  TTBa line of chairs hanging from a moving wire, used for carrying people up and down mountains, especially to ski
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chairliftTrail System: 40 trails, evenly mixed for ability level; 2 chairlifts, 3-bars.Since getting off a chairlift without skis is tricky, the gondola is the best way up.Four Dopplemayr chairlifts take you up from the hotel at 2,000m to the summit at 3,000m.I know people who find chairlifts terrifying.A long chairlift took us back up to the Col de la Madeleine, with its spectacular view up to Meribel.A total of 14 people died on the piste including four casualties of the chairlift accident in Carinthia and four heart attacks.Everywhere else was white: snow-covered trees, snow-covered mountains and my snow-covered skis dangling off the chairlift.
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