from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A ski lift, such as a rope tow, a T-bar, or a J-bar, that pulls skiers up a slope.
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- noun A type of
ski liftthat pulls skiers up the slope.
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On the other side of the resort, I had some fun riding through the trees, and jumping off the roof of a hut next to the draglift, before lunch at a cutesy mountain cabin with colourful glass lanterns illuminating the cosy corners, and a man grilling kebabs outside.
A draglift services the park, but there is also a fast quad that takes you slightly higher up.
The short draglift above L'Index opens up a couple of good steep runs (a red and a black) plus a good area of off-piste.