Copying a post on Swiss gondolas.

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Dec 12th, 2017, 09:29 AM
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Copying a post on Swiss gondolas.

Kleinmatterhorn (Zermatt): gondola station 12525 ft, foot path up to 12740 ft
Aiguille du Midi (Chamonix): gondola station 12605 ft
Testa Grigia (Breuil-Cervinia): gondola station 11415 ft
Mitelalallin (Saas Fee): cablecar station 11345 ft
Jungfrau (Interlaken): railway station 11333 ft
Hinterer Brunnenkogel (Pitztal): gondola station 11285 ft
Rifugio Torino (Courmayeur): gondola station 11060 ft
Schwarze Schneide (Soelden): gondola station 11000 ft
Mont Fort (Verbier): gondola station 10925 ft
Corvatsch (St. Moritz): gondola station 10820 ft
Les Grands Montets (Argentiere): gondola station 10810 ft
Punta Indren (Alagna Valsesia): gondola station 10750 ft
Hintereis (Schnals/Senales): chairlift station 10700 ft
Wildspitz (Stubaital): gondola station 10540 ft
Unterrothorn (Zermatt): gondola station 10200 ft, footpath up to 11200 ft
Hohsaas (Saas Grund): 10175 ft, footpath up to 10500 ft
Gornergrat (Zermatt): railway station 10140 ft, footpath up to 10750 ft
All are different, all have their pros and contras.
It's up to you to make a choice.
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Dec 12th, 2017, 11:15 AM
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Huh?
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Dec 12th, 2017, 11:20 AM
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ditto . . . Why on earth?

(if you just wanted to save the info to read later you could always e-mail the thread to yourself)
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Dec 13th, 2017, 12:54 AM
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So what exactly is the question? Which of them is the highest?
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Dec 13th, 2017, 08:01 AM
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That's a list of the highest places of the Alps which can be reached by cog wheel railways, rope railways or gondolas.

8 of them are in Switzerland (all in the Canton of Valais, except Diavolezza in Graubuenden/Bernina), 4 in Italy (3 of them in the Aosta Valley area), 2 in France (Chamonix), 3 in Austria (North Tyrol).

But yes: what's the question?
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