Harunasan Ropeway

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Harunasan Ropeway
Overview
StatusOperational
CharacterAerial tramway
SystemGondola lift
LocationMount Haruna in Haruna, Gunma, Japan
No. of stations2
Open1929
Operation
OperatorTanigawadake Ropeway Company
Carrier capacity15 Passengers per cabin, 2 cabins
Trip duration3 min
Technical features
Line length527 m (1,729 ft)
No. of cables1
Operating speed4.0 m/s
Vertical Interval269 m (883 ft)
Haruna-Kōgen Station
Harunafuji-Sanchō Station

The Harunasan Ropeway (榛名山ロープウェイ, Harunasan Rōpuwei) is Japanese aerial lift line in Haruna, Gunma, operated by Tanigawadake Ropeway Company. The Tōbu Group company also operates another aerial lift line, Tanigawadake Ropeway. The line climbs to the summit of Mount Haruna. The line opened in 1929, and refurbished in 1996 to the current system, which two smaller cabins are attached.

Basic data[edit]

  • Cable length: 527 m (1,729 ft)
  • Vertical interval: 269 m (883 ft)

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Coordinates: 36°28′25″N 138°52′39.1″E / 36.47361°N 138.877528°E / 36.47361; 138.877528