List of gondola lifts

This article is a List of gondola lifts around the world. A gondola lift has cabins suspended from a continuously circulating cable whereas aerial trams simply shuttle back and forth on cables. (Both are cable cars, and both are aerial lifts which also includes chairlifts.)

For aerial tramways, see the List of aerial tramways.
For funitels, see the Funitel article.

(Note: this list should not contain aerial tramways or chairlifts.)

AfricaEdit

AlgeriaEdit

South AfricaEdit

EgyptEdit

AsiaEdit

Mainland ChinaEdit

 
Gondola - At Mount Tai, Shandong

Hong KongEdit

IndiaEdit

 
Gulmarg Gondola - The New Cable Car of Gulmarg
 
Cable Cars
 
Timber Trail at Parwanoo, HImachal Pradesh

IndonesiaEdit

IranEdit

 
Iran's Tochal gondola lift: The French (Poma) built gondolas that carry tourists and skiers to Tochal mountain, Iran
  • Dizin ski resort on the north mountains of Tehran at Gajereh region includes three gondola lifts. The lowest point of the region is 2650 m, while its highest point is 3600m above the sea level.[2]
  • The Pooladkaf gondola lift in Pooladkaf ski resort, near Sepidan, on the north mountains of Shiraz at Fars region. Elevation of this lift is from 2810 to 3231 meters from sea level.
  • The Tochal gondola lift (Tele-cabin) from metropolitan Tehran to the Tochal Ski Resort
  • Namakabrood gondola lift in Mazandaran Province in northern Iran. It cuts through a lush forest and connects the Alborz, one of the highest summits in the region, to the villa city on the coast of the Caspian Sea.[3]
  • Lahijan Cable Car in the Gilan province
  • Eynali Cable in the north of Tabriz.

IsraelEdit

  • Kibbutz Manara cliff cable cars, Upper Galilee - a vital connection to the valley below. It lifts people from Kiryat Shmona to Kibbutz Manara at the top of Manara Cliff.

JapanEdit

Among 170 aerial lifts in Japan, 97 lines are gondola lifts, including 3 funitels. 65 gondola lifts operate full season. See the above article for the full listing of aerial lifts in the country (including aerial tramways). Gondola lifts with English articles include:

LebanonEdit

  • The Teleferique connects the bay of Jounieh, a city 16 km north of the capital Beirut, to Harissa's Our Lady of Lebanon pilgrimage monument at about 650 meters above sea level. It is 1,570 meters long and travels at 3.15 meters/second. It holds an exceptional view to the Mediterranean, as well as a dense pine forest.[4]

MacauEdit

MalaysiaEdit

NepalEdit

PakistanEdit

Saudi ArabiaEdit

  • A lift in the Sooda Region and one over the Abha city

SingaporeEdit

South KoreaEdit

TaiwanEdit

Proposed

VietnamEdit

 
Bà Nà Hills Cable Car

EuropeEdit

AlbaniaEdit

AndorraEdit

AustriaEdit

Numerous resorts have plenty of lifts, too many to name here

AzerbaijanEdit

BulgariaEdit

Bosnia and HerzegovinaEdit

CroatiaEdit

FinlandEdit

FranceEdit

GeorgiaEdit

GermanyEdit

 
The Koblenz Cable Car is Germany's largest aerial lift

GreeceEdit

ItalyEdit

North MacedoniaEdit

NorwayEdit

PolandEdit

 
Elka cableway in Poland

PortugalEdit

RomaniaEdit

RussiaEdit

SerbiaEdit

SloveniaEdit

SpainEdit

SwedenEdit

 
Gondola in Åre

SwitzerlandEdit

 
Classic gondola lift in Emmetten, Switzerland

As this country has a lot of mountains, gondola lifts are very widely used.

TurkeyEdit

Listed in the order of opening year.

United KingdomEdit

The term cable car is used in the United Kingdom.

North AmericaEdit

CanadaEdit

Alberta:

British Columbia:

Ontario:

  • Village Gondola at Blue Mountain, Ontario (6 Person Open-Air Gondola) Summer Only. In the winter it is converted to a High Speed Six Person Chairlift.

Quebec:

Costa RicaEdit

A pulsed gondola provides access to a canopy walkway and other attractions in the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve.

GuatemalaEdit

MexicoEdit

United StatesEdit

 
8 person capacity gondola car. Stowe, Vermont

Ski Resort GondolasEdit

Arizona:

California:

Colorado:

  • Aspen
    • Silver Queen Gondola
  • Beaver Creek
    • Haymeadow Express Gondola
    • Riverfront Express Gondola
  • Breckenridge
    • BreckConnect Gondola
  • Canon City
    • Royal Gorge Aerial Gondola
  • Keystone
    • River Run Gondola
    • Outpost Gondola
  • Snowmass
    • Elk Camp
    • Sky Cab (Pulse Gondola, Cabriolet)
  • Steamboat
    • Silver Bullet Gondola (first 8-passenger gondola in the world)
  • Telluride
    • Mountain Village Gondola
  • Vail
    • Eagle Bahn Gondola
    • Gondola One
  • Winter Park
    • The Gondola
    • Village Cabriolet (Cabriolet)

Idaho:

Minnesota:

Montana:

New Hampshire:

New Jersey:

New Mexico:

  • Taos
    • Gondolita (Pulse Gondola)

New York:

Utah:

  • Deer Valley
    • Jordanelle Express Gondola
  • Park City
    • Cabriolet Gondola (Cabriolet)
    • Frostwood Gondola (Pulse Gondola)
    • Quicksilver Gondola
    • Red Pine Gondola
  • Snowbasin
    • Needles Express Gondola
    • Strawberry Express Gondola

Vermont:

Washington:

Wyoming:

Other gondolasEdit

OceaniaEdit

AustraliaEdit

Note: Horse Hill and Kosciusko Express are combined lifts (or 'chondolas') where gondolas and four seat detachable chairs can be added to a cable according to demand.

A complete list of all 400 Australian aerial and ski lifts. It includes a dozen gondolas.

New ZealandEdit

South AmericaEdit

ArgentinaEdit

BoliviaEdit

  • Mi Teleférico (La Paz). First three lines opened in 2014, six more lines are being planned. At 10 km (6.2 mi) in length, Phase One (the first three lines) was considered to be the longest aerial cable car system in the world upon its completion in 2014. The Phase Two expansion would extend the system by some 20 km (12 mi).[12]

BrazilEdit

ChileEdit

  • Santiago Cable Car. In Santiago, a tramway was open on April 1, 1980, in San Cristóbal Hill. With 72 cabins moving at 4 meters per second, its biggest tower is 124.6 ft (38 m) tall, and the smallest 26.2 ft (8 m). The Teleférico de Santiago has 12 towers and takes almost 20 minutes to cover the 3 miles (4860 m) route, powered by a 100 hp engine.

ColombiaEdit

EcuadorEdit

VenezuelaEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  12. ^ "Evo autoriza la construcción de seie nuevas líneas de teleférico en La Paz y El Alto". www.paginasiete.bo. 26 January 2015.