The 5 Scariest Ski Lifts in the World

The Lift at Silverton Mountain — Silverton, Colorado: Brave bare-boned double chairs without safety bars to reach the summit at 12,300 ft. with 55-degree slopes.

Lone Peak Tram — Big Sky, Montana: This tram defies physics, ascending through blowing snow and clouds towards steep terrain, suspended by a single wire.

Madonna II Lift — Smugglers’ Notch, Vermont: Known as haunted, this lift is often shrouded in thick, creepy fog, obscuring the terrain around you.

Single Chair Lift — Mad River Glen, Vermont: Ride alone without a buddy or safety bar, experiencing a solitary journey to the summit.

Peak 2 Peak Gondola — Whistler, Canada: The world’s longest single span gondola at 1,427 ft. above the valley, taking 11 minutes to complete the trip.