A dizzying view
Wherever there are mountains cableways are never far behind. Valle d'Aosta is no exception, the region's numerous cableways, which were once also used for mineral extraction, are now used as ski-lifts for skiers or as a necessary means of transport for reaching poorly accessible areas.
The cableway that links Buisson (a town on the Valtournenche road) to Chamois will lead you to the only municipality where you won't encounter a single car, not due to traffic limitations, but simply because you can't get there by car.
Another suggestive experience is to cross Mont Blanc by cableway. During the summer departing from Pontal d’Entrèves (in Courmayeur) you can reach Chamonix, via a breathtaking route: just taking a few minutes to cover impressive differences in altitude.
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The Antey – Chamois cableway connects the thalweg with the “Pearl of the Alps” in the Matterhorn valley.
A climb of about 800 meters in altitude to get to this little paradise where cars are…
The convenience of reaching from the city of Aosta, in a few minutes and without a car, the 1800 meters of Pila, with a breathtaking view over the valley. Cableway open both in summer and in winter….
The Plateau Rosà cable car has innovative technical characteristics and a sleek design that takes best advantage of the windows offering breathtaking panoramic views both during its descent an…
Skyway Monte Bianco, the new Mont Blanc cableways, enable you to set out on a magical journey that is mapped out in accordance with the shape of the land as it reaches for the sky.
- Stafal-Sant’Anna cableway
Departure: Stafal (1.829 m)
Arrival: Sant’Anna (2.182 m)
- Stafal-Gabiet cablecar...