Two cable-mounted and brand new cabins in a chic, understated design are ready to carry 120 passengers each to Germany's highest peak. Along their journey, they will traverse the world’s highest steelwork pylon for aerial tramways at 127 metres, the worlds greatest overall height difference of 1,945 metres over one section, as well as the world’s longest unsupported cableway span of 3,213 metres.
|Type||Aerial Tramway (120-ATW)|
|Difference in elevation||1.945,25 meters|
|Mountain terminal Zugspitze||2.943,75 meter above sea level|
|Valley station (platform height)||998,50 meter above sea level|
|Travel speed max.||10,6m/s|
|Capacity of vehicle||120 persons + 1 cabin guard|
|Capacity per hour||580 persons|