Komagatake Ropeway

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This article is about the aerial lift in Nagano Prefecture. For the aerial lift in Kanagawa Prefecture, see Hakone Komagatake Ropeway.
Shirabidaira Station.

Komagatake Ropeway (駒ヶ岳ロープウェイ Komagatake Rōpuwei?) is an aerial lift line in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. This is the only line Central Alps Sightseeing (中央アルプス観光 Chūō Arupusu Kankō?) operates. The company, a member of Meitetsu Group, also operates hotels and ski resorts. The line, opened in 1967, climbs Mount Kisokoma (木曽駒ヶ岳?). Its summit station, Senjōjiki, is known as the station with the highest altitude in the country, 2,611.5 m (8,567.9 ft).

Basic data[edit]

  • System: Aerial tramway, 1 track cable and 2 haulage ropes
  • Distance: 2.3 kilometres (1.4 mi)
  • Vertical interval: 950 m (3,117 ft)
  • Passenger capacity per a cabin: 61
  • Stations: 2
  • Time required for single ride: 7 minutes and 30 seconds

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Coordinates: 35°46′22″N 137°49′24.2″E / 35.77278°N 137.823389°E / 35.77278; 137.823389