The Jasper Skytram from below in 2009
|Location||Whistlers Road, Jasper, Alberta|
|Trip duration||7 min|
|Aerial lift type||Aerial tramway|
|Manufactured by||P.H.B. Company|
|No. of support towers||1|
|No. of cables||2|
|Cable diameter||Track rope cable: 46 mm. Hauling rope: 27 mm.|
|Operating speed||6 m/s|
The Jasper SkyTram is an aerial tramway on the mountain called The Whistlers near Jasper, Alberta, Canada. It is the highest and longest guided aerial tramway in Canada. It goes to a height of 2,263 metres (7,425 ft) above sea level with a travel time of 7.5 minutes. From the upper tramway station, the hike to the Whistlers Summit is 1.4 kilometres, and is a 200-metre (660 ft) elevation gain to 2,463 metres (8,081 ft). It is 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) south of Jasper, off the Icefields Parkway on Whistlers Road. It is a seasonal operation, running from late March to the end of October. It has been in operation since it was built in 1964.
- "Ride the Tram". Jasper Skytram. Retrieved May 13, 2014.
- "Our Jasper Stories: The history of Jasper SkyTram". The Fitzhugh. 7 September 2020. Retrieved 17 September 2020.
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