draglift

drag·lift

 (drăg′lĭft′)
n.
A ski lift, such as a rope tow, a T-bar, or a J-bar, that pulls skiers up a slope.
Translations

draglift

[ˈdræglɪft] N (Ski) → arrastre m, remonte m
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The railway up the Parsenn was one of the first built for skiers in 1931, and the first draglift was built on the Bolgen nursery slopes in 1934.
and gang from Italy Pausing for a quick breather and a few pictures, we quickly worked out that the only way back to Italy was on the longest draglift we had ever seen.
As lunchtime approached, we followed our orders and headed back to Italy via the dreaded draglift.
Day two was more of the same and taking the first steps down the nursery slope while mastering the draglift.
And yesterday, as they queued to catch a draglift at the Swiss ski resort of Klosters, he beckoned her over so she could share his ride.
Though Tournier foresees maintaining two draglifts "so youngsters can have fun," he wants to focus on cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking and hiking to keep families coming into town.
Bessans is a beginners' paradise, where with only two draglifts and three slopes, a one-day lift pass costs 9.
The local area includes Oeschinen, with chair lifts and draglifts, together with winter walking and scenic cross-country trails.
The only complaint is that, like Montchavin, there is a great reliance on draglifts - very long draglifts which in exposed places can be pretty miserable when the wind blows.
Negotiating ski lifts, especially draglifts or chair lifts, can be tricky.