16.11.2020
On the new biggest Observation wheel in the world,

the “Ain Dubai” capsules are installed

Barely 2 years after the launch of the project, POMA has finalized the installation of 48 non-standard capsules on Bluewaters Island, in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

 

Innovating and rising to new challenges:

the POMA Group’s DNA

At the beginning of 2019, Hyundai Engineering & Construction awarded leading ropeway transportation company, POMA, the EPCI contract* to provide the 48 capsules for the world's newest and biggest observation wheel “Ain Dubai”.
POMA has been designing and building largescale projects in the Entertainment sector for many years. A project of this scale calls for the highest levels of technological expertise, combined with unparalleled know-how.

 

Forty-eight outsized and completely original capsules, each able to accommodate up to 40 people, were designed, built and installed in a record time of less than 24 months.

A world record!

Capsules 250 meters high

Located 500 metres from the coasts of JBR beach and Dubai Marina, the observation wheel “Ain Dubai” (“the Dubai eye”) will offer its guests a panoramic view of the city and the bay, while setting the new height world record of 250m (twice the size of the London Eye).

POMA

the preferred partner

Innovating and designing exactly the right engineering solutions while guaranteeing safety, efficiency and cost-effectiveness, is part of POMA's DNA.

The Group has, in particular, fine-tuned its engineering expertise and its unique technical prowess in the sector through involvement in the delivery of numerous special projects:

  • Big observation wheels in London with the London Eye and in Las Vegas with the High Roller
  • Other complex projects, in particular the incredible British Airways i360 observation tower in Brighton…
  • Regular provision of capsules for smaller observation wheels: Baku, Chicago, Hong Kong…
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Unique know-how

for fast track projects

As well as mastering the technology to successfully complete complex projects, POMA benefits from an agile organization enabling close joint-construction with the customer or managing the Group's multicultural and multi-expert teams and its subcontractors, who, for the “Ain Dubai” project, were coordinated from France but based in seven countries on four different continents.

The design and manufacture of the 48 capsules for “Ain Dubai” was a fast track project, carried out in under two years. This project clearly demonstrates the French Group's ability to export its services, tackle innovative projects and handle tight deadlines.

Confronted by the uncertainty of the health crisis, POMA's teams had to adapt almost continuously to deliver the 48 capsules and limit the impact on the construction site to a minimum.

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POMA and EGIS will implement the 1st urban ropeways of Mongolia

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French ski championships parasports & adapted sports

At the beginning of March, 30 employees took part in actions to help organise the French ski championships, Parasports in Peisey Vallandry, then Adapted Sports in Lelex – Mont Jura.

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Discover the POMA valley lifts

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Portrait of Jean Pomagalski

When he created his very first surface lift, did Jean Pomagalski imagine that POMA would establish itself as one of the world leaders in ropeway transport by offering ever more innovative and leading-edge solutions? That these solutions would leave the mountain peaks to find their place in many fields, for various applications: sports, tourism, urban mobility or in the service of science and industry?

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4.11.2020
On the new biggest Observation wheel in the world,

the “Ain Dubai” capsules are installed

Barely 2 years after the launch of the project, POMA has finalized the installation of 48 non-standard capsules on Bluewaters Island, in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

 

Innovating and rising to new challenges:

the POMA Group’s DNA

At the beginning of 2019, Hyundai Engineering & Construction awarded leading ropeway transportation company, POMA, the EPCI contract* to provide the 48 capsules for the world's newest and biggest observation wheel “Ain Dubai”.
POMA has been designing and building largescale projects in the Entertainment sector for many years. A project of this scale calls for the highest levels of technological expertise, combined with unparalleled know-how.

 

Forty-eight outsized and completely original capsules, each able to accommodate up to 40 people, were designed, built and installed in a record time of less than 24 months.

Cable transport,

the ideal transport solution

In a city featuring major obstacles (notably, the Tuul-Gol river and the Trans-Mongolian Railway), and with a relatively undeveloped transport network, this urban cable car system emerges as the most appropriate solution. With its silent, all-electric and low energy operation, ropeway transport is today an acknowledged and sustainable urban transport mode, capable of addressing specific problems of cities and with the added benefit of being quicker to implement than other forms of transport infrastructure.

The French Directorate General of the Treasury (DG Trésor), which supports French firms in the delivery of structurally transformational, eco-friendly and sustainable projects, therefore decided to finance this urban mobility project developed by the company POMA with the support of EGIS, for the benefit of Ulaanbaatar city council. A financial protocol was signed in May 2020 followed by commercial agreements in June 2020.
The line extending 6 km will have 3 stations, with 122 cable cars running between the Ger districts north of the city and the city centre.
This corridor is in full alignment with the development programmes currently underway, as this Ger district was targeted as a priority for the redevelopment and densification programme financed by the ADB. (Asian Development Bank)

Additional assignments

for both companies

POMA, the leader of the consortium behind the project, will be tasked with the supply and installation of the transport systems including all the vehicles, towers, and equipment of the 3 stations.
EGIS will be responsible for the design and construction of the stations and their foundations under a turnkey arrangement. The low and high voltage power also fall within EGIS' assignments. Finally,
EGIS will be tasked with coordination and combined drawings during design phase and with works supervision during construction.

Cable transport in Ulaanbaator

They talk about it

Our unique know-how will be harnessed to deliver this transformational project for the city of Ulaanbaatar. Our cable transport solution is a perfect fit with the principle of reducing environmental impact and substantially enhancing urban mobility in Ulaanbaatar and its outskirts, in particular the connection of the new district of Bayankhoshuu with the city centre. This is a project that makes sense for the development of this capital city and its suburbs, in the same way as has previously been achieved in Latin America and with our projects currently underway in France, in Toulouse and soon in Grenoble. For this first ropeway line in the country, POMA and our partner EGIS have joined forces to deliver a turnkey project, made in France.

Commercial Director and Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board at POMA.

Fabien FELLI

Cable transport in Ulaanbaator

They talk about it

Working on this project is a great honour for EGIS’ teams, who are eager to provide the population with sustainable and environmentally responsible mobility solutions.

We are proud that we can support the teams of the manufacturer POMA on an urban cable transportation project by offering our design
and construction skills for buildings and ancillary systems on a turnkey basis.

Executive Director Rail of EGIS.

Olivier BOUVART
POMA and EGIS

a solid alliance

This new transport project is the fourth joint collaboration for EGIS and POMA.

It demonstrates their shared motivation for the development of this ecological and cost efficient mode of transport, and the complementary strengths of two French industries: a manufacturer and an engineering firm working in concert on domestic projects such as the Grenoble cable car project, but also worldwide.

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Towers of the citadel gondola lift installed by helicopter

This Tuesday, october 6, 2020, the inhabitants of Namur were able to observe from the docks of the Sambre river the helicopter transportation of the pylons on the esplanade of the Citadel, the arrival station of the future tourist gondola lift of the Walloon capital.

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French ski championships parasports & adapted sports

At the beginning of March, 30 employees took part in actions to help organise the French ski championships, Parasports in Peisey Vallandry, then Adapted Sports in Lelex – Mont Jura.

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The “AEROVIA” cable car will soon be the new lifeline of the city

Whilst urban cable cars are being discussed around the world, Guayaquil is already a major step ahead. In the Ecuadorian city, a cable car is currently being constructed, which links two towns together, crosses a river and accesses the city centre. Moreover, French cable car manufacturer POMA also submitted a successful funding concept.

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Portrait of Jean Pomagalski

When he created his very first surface lift, did Jean Pomagalski imagine that POMA would establish itself as one of the world leaders in ropeway transport by offering ever more innovative and leading-edge solutions? That these solutions would leave the mountain peaks to find their place in many fields, for various applications: sports, tourism, urban mobility or in the service of science and industry?

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12.10.2020
On the new biggest Observation wheel in the world,

the “Ain Dubai” capsules are installed

Barely 2 years after the launch of the project, POMA has finalized the installation of 48 non-standard capsules on Bluewaters Island, in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

 

Innovating and rising to new challenges:

the POMA Group’s DNA

At the beginning of 2019, Hyundai Engineering & Construction awarded leading ropeway transportation company, POMA, the EPCI contract* to provide the 48 capsules for the world's newest and biggest observation wheel “Ain Dubai”.
POMA has been designing and building largescale projects in the Entertainment sector for many years. A project of this scale calls for the highest levels of technological expertise, combined with unparalleled know-how.

 

Forty-eight outsized and completely original capsules, each able to accommodate up to 40 people, were designed, built and installed in a record time of less than 24 months.

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In 2017, the Namur municipal college awarded the construction of this gondola lift to the POMA, Franki and Labellemontagne consortium. POMA is responsible for the design and construction of the cable car and will support Labellemontagne  for operation and maintenance.

Technologically, this “cable car” is a pulsed gondola lift, with two trains of three cabins each accomodationg  six passengers, which ascends in 3 minutes. This technology is particularly well suited to tourist transport with compact stations and guaranteeing optimal acoustic comfort for both users and residents.

Operation in pictures

Helicopter transport in Namur

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technical specifications

of the Citadel Gondola lift

  • Length : 352 m
  • Difference in elevation : 102 m
  • Number of stations : 2
  • Speed : 6 m/s
  • Capacity : 290 – 408 pph
  • Number of carriers : 2 trains x 3 cabins
  • Number of vehicules : 6
  • Number of passenger per vehicules : 6
  • Total travel time : 3’30 min
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sources : L’Avenir, RTLinfoLeSoir+

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Laying of the foundation stone for gondola lift on La Réunion

On Friday, 20 September, the municipal association CINOR (Communauté Intercommuncale Du Nord de la Réunion) and the FILAO-Group (Atelier Architectes, POMA and Egis) have celebrated the beginning of the constructions works for this project on La Réunion. The first urban ropeway on the island will streamline the traffic, particularly dense today, and encourage more sustainable modes of travel.

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POMA key partner for the world’s biggest observation wheel

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28.09.2020
On the new biggest Observation wheel in the world,

the “Ain Dubai” capsules are installed

Barely 2 years after the launch of the project, POMA has finalized the installation of 48 non-standard capsules on Bluewaters Island, in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

 

2 days in pictures

Fondation POMA Proposer projet
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Fondation POMA Proposer projet

Testimony

Vincent Vanneyre

This event was the perfect opportunity to get involved in a cause that I support, to meet one of my friends there and share his passion together with some other POMA co-workers.

The program lived up to the memories that I have, and which constantly gives me the desire to continue to invest myself: sharing moments of life and hint of happiness where everyone contributes in his own way.

An experience not to be missed under any circumstances, where people, disabilities and nationalities mingle indiscriminately!

Ingénieur maintenance, POMA

Fondation POMA Proposer projet

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Last capsule installed on the biggest observation wheel in the world

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Portrait of Jean Pomagalski

When he created his very first surface lift, did Jean Pomagalski imagine that POMA would establish itself as one of the world leaders in ropeway transport by offering ever more innovative and leading-edge solutions? That these solutions would leave the mountain peaks to find their place in many fields, for various applications: sports, tourism, urban mobility or in the service of science and industry?

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POMA Colombia celebrates its 5-year milestone!

At the end of 2018, POMA Colombia celebrated the anniversary of its creation. In the five years since it began, this small structure has become a strong subsidiary, essential to POMA’s business throughout Latin America and the group’s Hub in the region. Firmly established in its market, it represents the POMA values, know-how and expertise with dignity.

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12.08.2020
What is

splicing?

If vehicles and pylons are inseparable from cable transport, cable is a noble part of our business.
But have you ever wondered how the cable loop is made? The answer is in the splicing, a delicate and essential technical operation.

Discover step by step the expertise necessary for its realization.

Air transport,

It all starts with the rope

Before defining a splice, we must first understand what a ropeway is.

 

The cable

Diagram of a cable

After patenting (heat treatment by heating and then cooling), pickling and drawing, the wire rod is ready to be stranded.
The strand is the simplest rope assembly: several helical wires are twisted regularly relative to each other in one or more superimposed layers around the strand core, also called the “strand lay length”.


A ropeway is made up of several strands, also wound in a helix around a central core serving as support.

What is splicing?

First definition

Splicing is the joining of two rope ends to create an endless loop. Its solidity and service life must be similar to ropes made in the factory by extremely precise machines. The definition seems quite simple, but the operation is trickier than it seems. Splicing is considered an art that requires great technical skills, a high level of expertise and a large workforce.

As it is carried out entirely manually, splicing requires rigour and know-how so that the rope connection point is invisible. At this attachment point, the rope must not exceed its nominal diameter by more than 10%.

 

L'épissure nécessite une main d'oeuvre conséquente

Splicing requires a large workforce

 

Grips on fixed systems (chairlifts, roller surface lifts, etc.) can be positioned in the splice area; grips on detachable systems (detachable chairlifts, gondola lifts, surface lifts, transportation of materials) can be coupled in the splice area. In detachable surface lifts, the splice must also pass through the bushings of the grips stored in the drive station.
These are the reasons why the rope in the splice area must meet strict requirements in terms of minimum and maximum diameter, in addition to the criteria of strength and service life.

It is interesting to note that, on older Poma gondola lifts, a radioactive pellet was inserted into the rope in the splice area. Carriers were not coupled in this area.
With the increase in transport capacities, in addition to the problem caused by the insertion of a (weakly) radioactive element into the rope, this solution has become obsolete.

To do this, technicians called “splicers” use needles, or splicers, as well as specific tools for “knitting” between the strands. The proficiency of the splicer is decisive during the critical phases of “marrying” the rope ends and making the knots, during which he or she is assisted by several experienced operators.

 

Les épissoirs sont les aiguilles avec lesquelles l'épisseur va réaliser l'épissure

The needles (show in the photo) or splicers (a more common term to describe the tools used for working on small-diameter ropes) with which the splicer will make the splice.

 

Splicing is not restricted to ropeway transport. But in this context, it is done either for installing a new rope loop on which the carriers of a new system will travel, or for changing a rope or shortening it when it has become elongated in an existing installation.
Note that for shortening ropes, the method used is different from splicing. However, the general principles are the same.

Splicing

what are the main steps?

The methods differ depending on the rope diameter and construction: ropes with 6 strands (most frequently used), 7 or 8 strands (only a few installations to date, with respect to the number of ropes in service). However, the basic principles and the main steps remain the same.

Step 1: Completely unwinding the rope to make the splice

The rope is transported to the site on huge spools weighing several tonnes. The rope is unwound along the line between the departure station and the arrival station to form a loop on the ground. The two open rope ends are placed side by side to start “marrying” them.

Déroulage d'un câble sur un chantier d'épissure à la Cime Caron en 2019

Unwinding a rope on a splicing site at Cime Caron in 2019

 

 

Step 2: Marrying the strands

The operators unlay the strands of the rope, and the two rope ends are then married.
This step is very important because we must not be able to see or feel a difference in diameter between the marriage point and the solid rope excluding the splice for the reasons mentioned above.
To achieve this, the technicians take a rope strand that comes from one end of the rope and replace it with the rope strand that comes from the other end.
There are different marrying techniques depending on the manufacturer, types of ropes and use cases.

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The two photos show an alternate marrying technique when starting to interlace the two ropes ends.

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There are other techniques, one of which is frequently used for 6-strand ropes: the 3×3 marriage (at the point where the two ends start to be interlaced) then alternated during the following phases as shown below:
There is now only one rope, but the strands still need to be spread out in the splice.

 

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The splicer, supported by the many technicians who assist him or her, spreads out the strands to their final location according to the desired geometry and numbering of the splice knots..

The numbering often adopted for a 6-strand rope is 1.5.3.6.2.4 in the direction of rope movement.

During this operation, the splicer must ensure that the strands are married correctly by using mallets, to maintain a precision equivalent to that achieved by the machines when the rope was originally manufactured.

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Step 3: Making the knots

This step consists of removing the plastic core that is inside the rope and then inserting the two strands that will form the knot inside the rope.
This phase is the trickiest: it is at this point that the splicer’s know-how and proficiency will be critical.
The strands must first be straightened to avoid any deformation as they will be inserted inside the rope to replace the core.

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At the location of the future knot are the two strands that will form the knot.
The splicer then inserts the first strand into the rope, then the second strand to shape the knot using the splicers.

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At the time of Jean Pomagalski, the parallel knot was promoted and defended by POMA. This knot required a little less technical skill and know-how than the cross knot, which is now predominantly used in ropeway transport. However, parallel knots are still found occasionally (old installations, other manufacturers, specific case with cross-lay). The reason is that this type of knot ensures better interlocking of the two strands forming the knot in ropeways with tensions that keep increasing over time (increase in capacities, therefore in the suspended weight and space between towers). At present, the parallel knot is mainly found on surface lifts for which the station staff still make some splices.

 

 

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The core is removed and fitted to the ends of the retracted strands.

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Step 4 : Tensioning the rope

Once the splicing is completed, the two ropes become one.

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The tension take up is released.

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The splicer then checks the correct geometry of the rope as well as its compliance with the minimum and maximum diameters.
The rope is positioned on the rollers of the roller batteries.

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The rope loop is set in motion.
The unwinding and splicing operations stress the rope (handling, twisting, etc.).
This is why the rope must be detensioned. This involves running the bare rope (i.e. without a carrier) at nominal speed for a pre-set number of hours.
In addition, an authorised body also performs an inspection in particular through the magnetography of the rope to detect faults such as rope breakages (internal that are not visible on the outside)
This inspection will determine whether the splice and the entire rope loop is compliant before allowing the safe operation of the installation.

The impact

of splicing

The unwinding and splicing operations stress the rope (handling, twisting, etc.).
This is why the rope must be detensioned. This involves running the bare rope (i.e. without a carrier) at nominal speed for 10 to 25 hours before starting up the system.

 

Images sources :
Val Thorens, coulisses epissures
epissure racourcissement du câble de l’Aiguille du midi 
Epissure câble télésiège St François Longchamp 
Epissure câble télécabine de val cenis 2018

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Discover the POMA valley lifts

Depuis quelques années, les stations repensent leurs accès depuis la vallée ; une réflexion portée sur plus de durabilité, de confort et de respect de l’environnement. Les ascenseurs valléens représentent une réponse concrète à ces enjeux

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24.07.2020
What is

splicing?

If vehicles and pylons are inseparable from cable transport, cable is a noble part of our business.
But have you ever wondered how the cable loop is made? The answer is in the splicing, a delicate and essential technical operation.

Discover step by step the expertise necessary for its realization.

Recent valley lifts

in pictures

BOURG-SAINT-MAURICE

The municipality invested in the renovation of its emblematic funicular railway. The “Arcs Express” offers a direct link between Les Arcs and the railway network in just  7 minutes, 7 days a week.

The new trainsets which have a glass roof and which,thanks to the driver’s station moved to the center of the cabin, offers new panoramic spaces at the front and at the rear for an exceptional view of the valley. 100% electric, for an eco-responsible approach, the municipality of Bourg Saint Maurice also wished to pay particular attention to the integration of the funicular into its environment through an elegant design and careful LED lighting.

Arcs Express Funicular

in motion

Ascenseurs valléens

L'ALPE D'HUEZ

The Alpe Express already connects the centre of the resort to the ski front, and soon phase 2 of the project will connect the village of Huez. The gondola lift is a zero-particle mode of transport that effectively replaces the traffic handled by numerous road shuttle services previously.

The lift is equipped with the DirectDrive® solution and the Cable Position System, an on-board safety device. This unique mode of transport will be the first peri-urban system to operate without an agent in France.

The Alpe Express

in motion

Ascenseurs valléens

IN GEORGIA 

A valley lift now connects the resort of Gudauri to the town of Kobi. This infrastructure will also make some snowy areas more accessible, areas that sometimes could not even be reached in June!

 

Lift 9

In motion

Ascenseurs valléens

LES MENUIRES

For a quick journey to the heart of the three valleys, the 2001 POMA gondola lift connecting Saint-Martin-de-Belleville with the Les Ménuires resort was renovated.

First in terms of its electrics, with the latest advances from SEMER, but also more noticeably for users, since the number of gondolas increased from 48 to 64, for more space and added comfort. Capacity has increased to 2,400 p/h.

Saint-Martin de Belleville

Ascenseurs valléens

IN CHINA

The city of Lianshi, in Guizhou province, wanted to move towards mountain tourism. This is how Meihuashan International Ski Resort was born on the heights of the city, around a 4-season offer, combining winter sports, with the creation of a ski resort, and outdoor sports activities.

POMA then accompanied the economic metamorphosis of Lianshi with the construction of two “Meihuashan Lift” gondolas of nearly 10km which now provide the link between the former mining town and the mountain carrying 1,500 passengers per hour. At the intermediate station, visitors can enjoy the panoramic restaurant, located a stone’s throw from the new cable car.

The second section then takes them to the ski area, hotels and small shops in the resort. New leisure activities within reach of the city, in just a few minutes.

Meihuashan Lift

in motion

Ascenseurs valléens

COURCHEVEL

Like the Grangettes gondola lift, the new Le Praz gondola lift and its 47 EVO gondolas featuring LED lighting and equipped with solar panels will link the village of Le Praz, where a car park was recently added, and the centre of Courchevel year-round.

During the world championships, which Courchevel will host in 2023, this ropeway will carry the crowds directly to the foot of the snowshoe trail and will be the main gondola lift during the competition.

Le Praz

en images

Ascenseurs valléens

PEYRAGUDES

A new gondola lift now connects the village of Loudenvielle to the resort of Peyragudes in less than 9 minutes.

The Skyvall gondola lift is the central feature of a new comprehensive range of tourist activities, in which skiing, hiking, mountain biking and wellness can be combined according to the season, with the appropriate equipment. Another major advantage of this valley lift is that it should reduce car traffic and thus significantly decrease CO2 emissions in the valley.

Skyvall

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Ascenseurs valléens

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