100-ATW Davos - Ischalp
|Customer||Davos Klosters Bergbahnen|
|Vertical rise||394.0 m|
|Inclined length||1,035.0 m|
The new reversible aerial tramway in the Alpine metropolis of Davos offers twice the capacity of its 30-year-old predecessor. With its central starting point next to the railroad station Davos-Platz, the Davos-Ischalp tram is the main feeder into the Jakobshorn ski region. Built by Doppelmayr/Garaventa and opened in the 2014 winter season, the ropeway offers two spacious cabins, each providing ample room for 100 passengers. As a new feature, there is now only one tower, rather than the previous two, over a total length of roughly one kilometer. The bright red of the attractively designed station architecture symbolizes the dynamics and movement of the resort’s pioneering tradition.