The coolest and craziest cable car rides in the world
Tianmen Mountain, China: The 30-minute ride to the top of the mountain covers a distance of 7,455 m (24,458 ft), and affords visitors some truly jaw-dropping views.
Whistler, Canada: Whistler Blackcomb Resort's PEAK 2 PEAK gondola currently holds two outstanding accolades—that of the world's longest unsupported cable car.
Bà Nà Hills, Vietnam: The Bà Nà Hills resort is reached via one of the most exhilarating tramway rides in the world.
Gulmarg, India: The world's second-highest cableway serves this popular skiing destination in India.
Cairns, Australia: The super scenic Skyrail Rainforest Cableway runs above Barron Gorge National Park.
Genting Highlands, Malaysia: The flight over a lush tropical rain forest is one reason to hop aboard the Genting Skyway.
Sapa, Vietnam: The Sun World Fansipan Legend is the longest three-rope system cable car in the world.
Lantau Island, Hong Kong: The Ngong Ping 360 cableway affords outstanding views of verdant Lantau Island.
Grenoble, France: Many a city postcard features the characteristic bubbles—the cableway cabins.
Mount Stanserhorn, Switzerland: The CabriO aerial tramway operating on the Stanserhorn is the world's first open-top double-decker cable car.