India to Host the Largest Ropeway of the World Connecting Dehradun-Mussoorie

Who knew India could be the first to host a 5.5-kilometre Ropeway which is possibly the longest of the world as yet! Connecting the picturesque hill-station Mussoorie to Dehradun, the Ropeway is ready to slash the travel duration between the two destinations to about a 15-minute ride. 

Surge in Tourism 

Holding the capacity of 1000 passengers at once, this Ropeway is all set to boost the tourism of Uttarakhand, especially in these states. To be counted as one of the five largest ropeways in the world, the state is eagerly waiting for this construction to wrap up. 

The ropeway will allow travellers to flank the hill station during monsoon as well as winters with excessive snowfall as transportation won't come to a halt, therefore increasing footfall within the beautiful state of Uttarakhand. 

Making Two Ends Meet 

Ropeway in Dehradun
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The starting point of the ropeway is strategized to be connected to ISBT, railway station, and the airport in Dehradun. Effectively reducing transportation costs and cutting downtime, it will also be a major support in eradicating the parking space issues amidst the winding roads of the hills. The number of cabins dedicated to the project includes a total of 53 with a capacity of 8 passengers in each. 

An Environment-Friendly Commute 

A major merit of the Ropeway is that it is a viable commute choice and it will reduce the number of cars within the touristy destinations, thus lowering the pollution rates. Not just extending advantages, the ropeway is set to add another attraction to the state amidst the natural enchantment. What's better than an aerial view and a thrilling ride in the air, isn't it?

Are you excited to opt for this commute choice between Dehradun to Mussoorie? Let us know in the comments below!

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