Sun Moon Lake Ropeway
|Sun Moon Lake Ropeway|
|Location||Yuchi, Nantou County, Taiwan|
|Elevation||highest: 1,044 meters|
|No. of stations||2|
|Construction cost||NT$1 billion|
|No. of carriers||86|
|Carrier capacity||8 passengers|
|Ridership||3,000 passengers per hour|
10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (weekdays)|
10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (public holidays and weekends)
|Trip duration||6.8 minutes (at full speed)|
|Fare||NT$300 (round trip)|
1,877 m (6,158 ft) (path)|
1,925 m (6,316 ft) (total length)
|No. of support towers||16|
|Installed power||903 kW|
|Operating speed||6 m/s (20 ft/s) (maximum)|
The ropeway runs through two Buji mountains with an altitude of 996 meters and 1,044 meters.
The ropeway consists of two stations, which are Sun Moon Lake Station and Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village Station.
Sun Moon Lake Station
Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village Station
The Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village Station at the entrance of Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village.
The ropeway consists of 16 supporting towers. It has a 1,877 meters of path length and 1,925 meters of total length. The gondola consists of red, yellow and blue colors, which represent the sun, moon and lake respectively.
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