aerial tramway

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a conveyance that transports passengers or freight in carriers suspended from cables and supported by a series of towers

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With the completion of this ultra-modern aerial tramway POMA brings to New Yorkers the most advanced technology in cable-drawn urban transport.
They offer great adventures along a 15-mile journey, while away from the desert a trip on the world-famous aerial tramway is a must.
Call something the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and you'd expect a grand network of vehicles plying their trade back and forth in a crowded sky.
Bruce Hutton suggested the construction of an aerial tramway to relieve vehicular traffic on the park road and improve the visitor experience.
You need a head for heights at Grouse Mountain, just 15 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, but the panoramic vistas of city, sea and mountains leave you breathless as the Skyride, North America's largest aerial tramway system, whisks you to the top.
The Sandias provide a multitude of recreational opportunities for Albuquerque: skiing; hiking; picnicking; an aerial tramway ride to the crest, where two restaurants await; and scenic driving.
About Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel at 888 Tahquitz Canyon Way in Palm Springs, California is attached to the Palm Springs Convention Center and minutes from the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and the Living Desert Zoo & Gardens.
Located at the foothill of Jaworzyna Krynicka mountain, the hotel will be linked with the nearby aerial tramway station by its own chairlift next year.
The prime perch to take it all in is from the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway.
Both the initial House and Senate budget proposals call for the agency to cease operating seven state parks scattered across the state - from Lockhart State Park to Big Spring State Park in Howard County to the Wyler Aerial Tramway in El Paso.
On shore, crews will build an aerial tramway to move workers and materials from land to sea, running a tram car along a heavy wire cable between the tower and one of the barges.
At this time of year (February) the mornings can be spent toasting by the pool, and the afternoons tobogganing, courtesy of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway which whisks you up 8,516 feet to the snowy top of the San Jacinto mountain in about 12 minutes.
Soon you see a line of skeletal sentinels ahead, four pylons that were part of an aerial tramway that once ran the length of the valley, carrying copper ore from mine workings.
Go shopping, or take a ride to the mountain wilderness on the aerial tramway.