Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway in Palm Springs, California, is the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world. It was opened in September 1963 as a way of getting from the floor of the Coachella Valley to near the top of San Jacinto Peak and was constructed in rugged Chino Canyon. Before its construction, the only way to the top of the mountain was to hike hours from Idyllwild. The rotating cars were added in 2000.
|Cactus to Clouds Trail (3.7 miles)|
South Lykken Trailhead (4.1 miles)
Tahquitz Canyon (4.1 miles)
Cabazon Dinosaurs (10.8 miles)
Pioneertown (23 miles)
|Cap Rock Nature Trail (27.9 miles)|
Lost Horse Mine (28.3 miles)
Cougar Vineyard and Winery (30.5 miles)
Doffo Winery (30.5 miles)
Wall Street Mill (30.8 miles)
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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, 1 Tram Way
Palm Springs, California 92262
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