|Customer||Aletsch Riederalp Bahnen AG|
|Vertical rise||450.0 m|
|Inclined length||1,754.0 m|
The new combination lift Riederalp–Blausee–Moosfluh is located in a region which is prone to mass movement deep below the surface. It is predicted that over the next 25 years the top station will move by up to eleven meters in a horizontal direction and seven meters in a vertical direction as a result of glacier retreat. To ensure that the viewing point and the ski trail infrastructure are nonetheless retained, Doppelmayr/Garaventa has for the first time built a 2-section combination lift with stations and towers that can be realigned. The top station and the uppermost tower have been set in a solid concrete trough – hydraulic presses realign the entire construction at the press of a button. The intermediate station has provision for rotational realignment. This means that if the rope axis in the second section changes, the uphill side of the building can be turned to accommodate the change.