Looking Down at the top of Lift Two:
Chairlift 2 looking down from southern Super Bowl
Snowmaking in Firecut from Chairlift 2:
Snowmaking under Chairlift 2 on Firecut.
Chairlift Two, Closing Day 2012:
Lift Two
Tree Run to the north of Lift 2:
Tree run near Lift Two Reload
Trees near Chairlift Reload:
Trees near Chairlift 2 Reload

Chairlift Two is Loveland Basin's longest lift. It's a fairly low-angle lift, with a midway reload. Beginning skiers can use Lift Two to access some fairly long beginner or intermediate runs. For more advanced skiers, chairlift two is primarily a "means to an end" - a way to get to the bottom of Chairlift Nine - or Chair Two's midway reload can be used to access South Chutes or Tomahawk.

To some extent, the midway reload on Chairlift 2 duplicates the function of the Poma Lift that runs parallel to Chair 2. Both lifts provide access to the bottom of Chair 9, both serve Tomahawk, Firecut, Drifter, and the lower portions of South Chutes and North Turtle Creek.

From top to bottom, Chairlift Two runs on top of Home Run, Roulette, Turtle Cut, Fire Cut, South Turtle Creek, and Bennett's Bowl.

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