Top 14 Ropeway Escapes in the Country

Have you ever enjoyed a cable car ride? Well, this is a superb journey to see the city from the sky. Promising to heighten your tour’s experience and wonderful views of the nature, India is a centre for a wide range of ropeways.

Here are the best 14 ropeways in the country:

1.Manali Ropeway, Himachal Pradesh – The Solang valley in Manali (Himachal Pradesh) is the centre of winter sports. It is Manali Ropeway draws a large number of travellers and promises superb views of the surroundings. The superb ride begins from Solang Valley and finish at Mt. Phatru.

  1. Gulmarg Gondola, Jammu & Kashmir

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This is known as the biggest cable car project of Asia. It smartly links Gulmarg resort to Apharwat Peak. Operating as 2stage ropeway, Gulmarg resort is linked to Kongdori station in the initial stage and the 2nd stage car ferries skiers to the popular. Six people can travel at one time.

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  1. Auli Cable Car, Uttarakhand

Providing outstanding chance for skiing, this 4km long cable car is known to be the major attraction in the picturesque valley of Auli. It’s beautiful links with Joshimath and serves you generous scenes of the Himalaya. The uppermost tower lies at around 3016m. It takes 15 minutes to complete the ride.

  1. Ropeway at Dhuandhaar, Madhya Pradesh

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The ropeway spread around the popular Dhuandhar falls of Jabalpur. It is globally popular as the best way to grab a superb view of the great waterfall. The ropeway is 1140 m in length and make sure direct connects between the entry point and the scenic waterfall.

  1. Raigad Ropeway, Maharashtra

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Raigad Ropeway in Maharashtra is known to be a perfect way to the Raigad Fort. Situated on a high hill, this fort keeps huge importance to Indian past. Since Shivaji Maharaj chose it to be the capital after being crowned as King of the Maratha. It is a must see place to know the history of Maratha.

  1. Cable Car in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand

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Known to be one of the best ropeways of the country, it ensures generous view of Mussoorie. The ropeway initiates from midway of the Mall and continues all through to reach the Gun Hill (2530m). For a better Uttarakhand travel experience, get Tour packages in India. You can take pleasure in a crystal clear scene of a large number of peaks like – the Bandarpunch. A ride serves you the best and exciting views of the city.-

  1. Karni Mata Ropeway, Rajasthan

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This is also referred as the Udaipur Ropeway and links the popular Karni Mata Mandir with Doodh Talai. A big Hindu temple positioned in Udaipur, the temple appears a huge number of devotees. The main motive behind building this ropeway is to make sure fast and easy travel to the sacred pilgrimage at anytime of the year. You will experience a spiritual experience while visiting the temple along with it you can come across with the historical facts that the temple holds.

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  1. The Jivdani Temple Ropeway, Maharashtra

Actually built to support devotees reach the popular Jivdani Templein short period, the ropeway system is amazingly situated on top of one of the Satpura range of hills. While excursion you can enjoy beautiful scenery of the surroundings and you will have a nice time while taking blessings of Goddess.

  1. Ropeway to Mansa Devi, Uttarakhand

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Providing comfort to the devotees, this ropeway ferries carry a number of pilgrims every day. The Mansa Devi Temple in Haridwar (Uttarakhand) is a famous temple and is positioned on the height of the Bilwa Parvat on the Shivalik Hills. While touring through the cable car, gaze outside the wonderful views of the city, which indeed is marvellous.

  1. Naina Devi Ropeway, Himachal Pradesh

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Built for the devotees of Maa Naina Devi, the cable car makes sure an enjoyable visit to Maa Naina Devi Temple. The ropeway is situated on Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh). Known for unparallel view of the nearby hills and of Gobind sagar Lake, the ropeway is a must travel for all.

  1. Saputara Ropeway, Gujarat

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This ropeway links the Governor’s hill to a hill base. Beginning from the Vaity Resort and finishing at the Sunset Point, Saputara ropeway will take you to the height of the hill within 15 minutes. This is the place where you can get a superb view of Saputara. Almost 12 people can sit in one cable car.

  1. Ambaji Ropeway, Gujarat

Giving you a comfortable journey, this ropeway will take you to the famous temple of Goddess Durga. These cars run between temple of Ambaji and Girl Talent. Beginning from Gabbar Hill, the cable car ride through a number of beautiful sightseeing places will make you surprised. Passengers offer you an exciting aerial view.

  1. Ropeway in Deoghar, Jharkhand

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Based in Trikuta Hills at Deoghar, the ropeway is also referred to as Gagan Khatola. The passengers can move to the top of peak in just 10 minutes. A car carries four people at one time.

  1. The Parwanoo Ropeway, Himachal Pradesh

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Famous as Timber Trail, the Parwanoo ropeway is a must travel on your tour to Himachal Pradesh. Beautifully stretched over 2 hills, the well-maintained cable car operates amazingly at 5000 ft height promising unparallel scenes of the beautiful mountain ranges mixed with picturesque Kaushalya River meandering its way in the middle of the 2 hills.

There’s nothing more thrilling than booking any tour packages in India in February 2017 that offers you an experiencing aerial tram rides. So if you are at one of the ropeway place, simply get your cable car and get astonished!

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