Bode Valley Gondola Lift

Local nameSeilbahn Thale
LocationThale, Germany

The Bode Valley Gondola Lift is a gondola lift built between 1969 and 1970 by the Czechoslovak collective combine Transporta Chrudim as a joint project with PGH Elektrotherm Quedlinburg in the vicinity of Thale in the Harz mountains in Lower Saxony, Germany. It runs from its valley station at a height of 183 metres above sea level to the top station on the plateau of Hexentanzplatz, which is 428 metres high. The 721 metres long, twin cable, gondola lift has inclines of up to 75 per cent in places. It has a total of 3 pylons, the lowest in the Bode valley having a height of 45 metres. The other two pylons are designed for the gondola cabins to run over the top of them because of the steep inclines. The lift has 38 small cabins or 'gondolas', each with a capacity of 6 persons. The Bode Valley Gondola Lift operates all-year round. The cost is €3 for adults one-way.

Tags Gondola Lift
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bode_Valley_Gondola_Lift

Address 06502, Germany

Coordinates 51°44'17.677" N 11°1'38.93" E

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