Gozaisho Ropeway

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Gozaisho Ropeway.
High iron tower of Gozaisho Ropeway.

The Gozaisho Ropeway (御在所ロープウェイ Gozaisho Rōpuwei?) is the name of Japanese aerial lift line, as well as its operator. Opened in 1959, the line climbs Mount Gozaisho (御在所岳?) in Komono, Mie. Riders can see a view of Yokkaichi and Ise Bay. The mountain itself is known for its beautiful scenery and Yunoyama Onsen. The line links to a chairlift line that goes to the summit.

Basic data[edit]

  • System: Gondola lift
  • Distance: 2.1 kilometres (1.3 mi)
  • Vertical interval: 780 m (2,559 ft)
  • Passenger capacity per a cabin: 10
  • Cabins: 38
  • Stations: 2

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Coordinates: 35°1′5.7″N 136°26′6.9″E / 35.018250°N 136.435250°E / 35.018250; 136.435250