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TREM DE CORCOVADO

Rio de Janeiro > Rua Cosme Velho, 513
It is impossible to imagine a trip to Rio de Janeiro without a visit to the Statue of Christ. Located on the top of Morro do Corcovado, the monument is the best known Brazilian image in the world. Every year more than 600 thousand people are brought to Statue of Christ by the centenary Corcovado’s railway, the oldest tour of the country.

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FUNICULAIRE

Rio de Janeiro > Avenida Pasteur, 520 - Urca
Sugar Loaf is a rocky peak of 395 meters per singular form has always been the symbol of Rio. With this cable car, you will find yourself at the top at a glance, where you'll find overviews of beautiful, where lie the beaches of Leme, Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon, bordered by mountains.

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TELEPHERIQUE DE GRENOBLE BASTILLE

Grenoble > QUAI STEPHANE JAY
Take the bubbles up to one of the most stunning views of the Alps. At the summit, there are an interpretation path, fortifications, art center, Mountain Troops museum, restaurant, and souvenir shop.

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Télécabine de la Kédeuze

Les Carroz d'Araches > Route de la Télécabine
Access to the DH mountain bike trails, hike or bike trails, paragliding, admire the stunning views of the Arve valley, have a break at the Airon pasture or else admire the Mont Blanc, the telecabine transports ou.

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Télécabine de Beauregard

La Clusaz > Massif de Beauregard
A panoramic view over the Aravis mountain range ; access to the vast Beauregard plateau (1 650 metres) and the La Ferriaz downhill tracks.

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Mer de Glace et train du Montenvers

Chamonix Mont Blanc > 35 pl de la Mer de Glace
ICE CAVE The tour of the “Grotte de glace” (Ice Cave) takes visitors into the very heart of the glacier. Re-sculpted every year, it describes the life of mountain people in the early 19th century. It can be entered either by a walk of around 20 minutes on a footpath, or by gondola lift. NB: There are more than 400 steps from the arrival of the gondola lift to the entrance to the cave. The Glaciorium A world of discovery awaits you at the new exhibition centre at the Montenvers Mer de Glace. Here the creation and evolution of the glaciers over the centuries is explained in detail. The Temple of Nature The Temple has now reopened to the public and an innovative optical theatre takes visitors on a trip into the past where they will meet the likes of Forbes (the Scottish geologist), Chateaubriand, Louis Pasteur and Agutte the artist. The complete tour (including the cave and travelling time) takes an average of 2 to 3 hours. The time required for the tour may be doubled during peak periods. Hiking Hill-walks include the hike from Montenvers to Plan de l'Aiguille via the Grand Balcon Nord hill-walking trail, and also the return descent down to Chamonix via Les Planards or Les Bois village. Restaurant There are two choices for eating: either fast food at the railway station buffet or else a Savoie or traditional meal in the Grand Hôtel in Montenvers, a place full of history and authenticity built in 1880. Accommodation In the summer, the hotel serves its original main purpose, i.e., accommodating mountaineers, travellers and adventurers, just as it did in the late 19th century. With its nine rooms and its dormitory, it has retained the charm and simplicity of by gone days.

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Chemin de Fer Touristique d'Anse

Anse > 560, Route de St Bernard BP 10046
Set off on a 30-minute ride in the countryside on board a train that's unique in France and the exact replica of SNCF vehicles on a 38 cm gauge. The 6 km return journey will take you to a recreational area and lake (Plan d'eau du Colombier).

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Téléphérique de Bellevue

Les Houches > 61 pl de la Fruitière
Join in 5 minutes the Bellevue plateau (1800 m) and enjoy many hiking trails in a unique landscape overlooking the Mont Blanc. Access is also possible with the Tramway du Mont-Blanc goes up to the Nid d'Aigle in summer (starting point for the ascent of Mont Blanc by the famous "Normal Route" )and in Bellevue in winter.

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Télécabine de la Patinoire

La Clusaz > Champ Giguet
Access to the summer toboggan run.

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Chemin de Fer du Haut-Forez - Train touristique

Estivareilles > La Gare
Embark in the High-Forez's train and go through our coniferous forest, our highs plateaux and our small valleys, without forgetting the magnificient Pontempeyrat's viaduct which connect 3 departments and two regions : Auvergne and Rhône-Alpes ! Trains are running all the year, either regularly or for themas (Halloween, Father Christmas, snow train, snowshoes, mountain bike) but also on request for groups (clubs, work councils, families...) or for events (weddings, birthdays, retirements). You can come down from the train in the station of your choice to visit tourist sites. Our trains are typicals of the 50's and will allow you to relive the aged time in security.

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Télésiège du Crêt du Merle

La Clusaz > Crêt du Merle
For hikers, mountain bikers and paragliders. Access to the Grenêche mountain biking downhill course.

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Téléphérique du Brévent

Chamonix Mont Blanc > 29 r Henriette d'Angeville
Plan Praz is the departure point for great excursions including trips to Lake Cornu, and Grand Balcon Sud. It also has a fine take-off area for paragliding. From the top of Le Brévent, a footpath goes to Aiguillette des Houches via the Bel-Lachat mountain hut. Enjoy a moment of peace and contemplation on the fine sunny terraces. The Plaques du Brévent, facing Mont Blanc, form a pleasant, quiet climbing spot, just 5 minutes walk from the top of the cable car line. For eating in Plan Praz, "La Bergerie" serves traditional cuisine and snacks. In Le Brévent, the "Le Panoramique" restaurant offers means and a unique panoramic view of Mont Blanc.

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Téléphérique de la Flégère

Chamonix Mont Blanc > 35 rte des Tines Les Praz
Facing due south and looking onto Mont Blanc, the La Flégère site is the departure point for classic grande randonnée major hikes to magnificent mountain lakes ! From Les Praz village, the cable car glides over Chamonix golf course and takes you to the La Flégère site at an altitude of 1,877m. If you want to go higher, a chair lift takes you to the Index, at an altitude of 2,595m. Hill-walking paths to Lac Blanc, Les Chéserys lakes, etc., where you can observe the medium-altitude wildlife, since the Brévent - Flégère area is in the large Aiguilles Rouges range, a natural conservation area. Dogs are not allowed, even on a leash.

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Téléphérique de l'Aiguille du Midi

Chamonix Mont Blanc > 100 place de l'aiguille du Midi
From the centre of Chamonix at 1035 m, the Aiguille du Midi cablecar carries you to 3842 m into the realm of high moutain peaks. A unique 360 degree panorama of the Mont-Blanc chain awaits you.

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Télécabine du Mont-d'Arbois

Megève > 3001 route Edmond de Rothschild
In summer, the lifts open are: the Mont d'Arbois and Jaillet cable cars, the Rochebrune gondola and the Alpette and Prellet chairlifts for summer sledging at the Jaillet.

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Télécabine du Jaillet

Megève > 821, Route du Jaillet
The Jaillet Cable car is open in summer and in autumn to take the full advantage of hiking and mountain biking itineraries.

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Petit train touristique

Aix-les-Bains > Place Maurice Mollard
Small tourist train in Aix-les-Bains. Morning: tour of the town; duration 30 minutes. Afternoon: the town and the lake; 1 hour ride.

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Télésiège du Crêt du Loup

La Clusaz > Crêt du Loup
For hikers, mountain bikers and paragliders and access to the Crêt du Loup mountain biking downhill trail.

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Téléphérique de Rochebrune

Megève > 220 route du téléphérique
In summer the open lifts are: the Mont d'Arbois and Jaillet cable cars, the Rochebrune gondola and the Alpette and Prellet chairlifts for the summer sledging at the Jaillet.

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Remontées Mécaniques ouvertes en été

Le Grand-Bornand > Le Grand-Bornand Village et Chinaillon
The top of the Lachat, the highest point of the ski area in winter, over 2000 m high, is also the starting point for numerous hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as a well-known take off area for paragliding, hang gliding, and other free flying disciplines. To practice sport or to enjoy the view, you will be delighted! An orientation table will allow you to observe the exceptional panoramaon the Jura, Massifs des Bauges, Chablais, Bornes, Aravis et Bargy as well as the top of the Mont Blanc and some of the highest peaks in the Alps.

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Téléphérique des Grandes Platières

Flaine > Domaine skiable de Flaine SA
The cable car has cabins for 23 people. Magnificent view on the Mont Blanc mountains. Geologic curiosity: Platé desert, a mineral ocean to be admired.

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Chariande Express

Samoëns > Grand Massif Express
On Christmas 2009, the Grand-Massif ski area introduced these 2 new fast six-packs: Chariande Express and Les Molliets

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Télésièges des Esserts et de Bergin

Morillon > Morillon 1100
Chair lift from Morillon 1100. Access to the mountain hut restaurant L'Igloo 04 50 90 14 31. Access to the Alpage de la Vieille farm 06 72 70 85 56, sale of home-made products and snacks. Two downhill mountain bike trails for experienced riders and 1 novice downhill trail. Walking itineraries. Access to Les Carroz, Lac de Lairon paragliding take-off site.

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Le funiculaire d'Evian

Évian-les-Bains > Rue du Port
Departure station behind the Palais Lumière.

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Tramway du Mont-Blanc

Saint-Gervais-les-Bains > 80 Avenue de la Gare
The highest rack railway train in France awaits you for a marvellous trip to the foot of Mont-Blanc. Starting in Le Fayet or Saint-Gervais, after a trip through forests and alpine prairies, skiers and hikers may access the Bellevue Plateau (1,900 m - 6,234 feet) and the Le Prarion ski area at the heart of an exceptional panorama (panoramic view of the Bionnassay glacier).

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Remontées mécaniques en été : VTT et Randonnées

Combloux > 207, route des Brons
Kids or parents and grandparents, you will be seduced by the big variety of itineraries, the areas of picnic and the altitude restaurants with an exceptional Mont-Blanc panorama. A free service of ski-bus will work all day long from Combloux until Haut-Combloux (Cuchet) 6 skilifts (Pertuis, les Prés, le Christomet, la Tête du Torraz, la Grande Rare chairlifts and a cable-car le Jaillet) are opened to reach easily the summits for pedestrian and mountain-biker. The Pertuis summer lift is open for the people with reduced mobility.

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Train Touristique des Belvédères

Commelle-Vernay > Le Belvédère
On the 7 km round trip, you will discover an unrestricted view over Villerest dam lake and the landscapes of the Roanne area. A new entertainment programme with professional performers (clowns, magicians, balloon sculptors, musicians....) will delight the children

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Téléphérique des Grands Montets

Argentière > che de la Glacière
From Lognan railway station, a footpath brings you to the viewing point for an impressive cascade of ice-pinnacles. In the summer in Les Grands Montets, you will discover the world of the High Alps in total safety, just a few metres from Europe’s largest glaciers. The snow garden : A refreshing change of scene in the heart of the summer ! Construted and maintained by the piste team, at the top of les Grands Montets, this 2500m2 area allows you to walk in a snowy wonderland even in the middle of August ! At Lognan, you can eat in the snack bar, in the cable car station, and also in Lognan mountain refuge chalet, 30 minutes’ walk away. Light snacks are available at the top.

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Télésièges "le Cheneau" et "les Rhodos"

Bellevaux > Télésièges le Cheneau et les Rhodos Station Hirmentaz
In summer, take the chair lifts to go to the top of Hirmentaz where you will enjoy an impressive panoramic view between the Mt-Blanc and Switzerland! Ideal for hikers and mountain bikers.

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Petit train

You’ll be surprised by the sumptuousness of the farms all along the way; you’ll be charmed by the traditional architectural preserved style registered on the list of “Pays d’Art et d’Histoire” of the Abondance valley. Let you drive to each part of the village to discover the wonderful sceneries of Châtel.

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Télécabine de la Gorge

Walkers or bikers, enjoy the use of the cable-cars to access the summits, the paths or the mountain restaurants.

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AVON VALLEY STEAM RAILWAY

Bristol > Bitton Railway Station, Bath Road, Bitton
Located at Bitton Station midway between Bristol and Bath on the A431 one mile from Keynsham. The Avon Valley Railway is more than just a train ride, offering a whole new experience for some or a nostalgic memory for others. The track now extends south to the proposed location of a new platform at the River Avon with the opening planned during 2003. Passengers will be able to enjoy walks in the surrounding countryside, as well as the many attractions the River Avon has to offer.

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Mini train des Monts du Lyonnais

Sainte-Foy-l'Argentière > 5 Place de la Gare
Miniature garden railway capable of transporting young and old alike, riding astride trucks pulled along by thermal, electric or steam engines. We'll explain how 1-5 and 1-11 scale garden trains work.

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TREN DEL FIN DEL MUNDO

Ushuaia > Estación del Fin del Mundo - Ruta 3, Km 3042
It was the first “tourist train” built in Latin America. It counts on steam locomotives, comfortable and heated coaches with wide panoramic windows. The End of the World station is at 8 km from downtown, the starting point to the Del Parque Station, within the Tierra del Fuego National Park. A railway not only impressive for its style, but also for the way it will help you to discover Ushuaia, the old prison and its train´s history.

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Train Touristique des Monts du Lyonnais

Sainte-Foy-l'Argentière > Place de la Gare
Every Sunday in the summer, travel as people did in the last century in authentic 1930s 3rd class carriages between L'Arbresle and Sainte-Foy-l'Argentière, along the banks of the river Brévenne on part of the old line from Lyon-Saint Paul to Montbrison.

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Télésiège de Chaux Fleurie

The Rochasson mountain pass is a 30-minute walk from the top of the chairlift, while the Pointe de Chesery walk starts just metres from the arrival area too. Enjoy the panoramic views of the Vallée d’Aulps, Abondance valley and Mont Blanc range. Suitable for walkers, mountain bikers and paragliders. Access: from Les Lindarets or Col de Joux-Verte from the Avoriaz road. The ticket office is 50 metres from the chairlift bottom station.

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Télésiège Roches Noires Express

La Rosière > Maison du Ski
Effort-free enjoyment of the spectacular views of the Espace San Bernardo... Open 5 days a week, the Roches Noires Express chair-lift can be used by both pedestrians and mountain-bikers. Trails are marked from the top of the lift.

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Transval Etale-Aiguille

La Clusaz > Massifs de l'Etale et de l'Aiguille
The Transval connects the Aiguille massif to l'Etale.

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Télésiège des Ecudets

La Rosière > Maison du Ski
Effort-free enjoyment of the spectacular views of the Espace San Bernardo... Open 5 days a week, the Roches Noires Express chair-lift can be used by both pedestrians and mountain-bikers. Free downhill trip. Trails are marked from the top of the lift.

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Télésiège du Morclan

Châtel > Super Châtel
the orientation table gives you the names of all the peaks in sight. Morclan is also the perfect site for paragliders…

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Télécabine du Mont Chery Eté

Les Gets > Maison des Gets BP 28
6 seater gondola connecting the village to Mont Chery. Accessible to pedestrians. Departure altitude: 1162m Finish Altitude: 1535m Elevation: 373m Year: 1981 Speed: 1200 pers / h

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Télésiège de Pierre-Longue

Châtel > Pré-la-Joux
The chairlift is equiped to carry bikes

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Télésiège du Mont Rond

Open to walkers and mountain bikers, the chair lift offers superb views of Mont-Blanc , the Beaufortain and Aravis mountains …

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Télésiège des Mossettes

There’s a panoramic view of the Vallée d'Aulps’ mountains, as well as Swiss peaks and the Mont Blanc range. Suitable for walkers, mountain bikers and paragliders. Access: from Les Lindarets or Col de Joux-Verte from the Avoriaz road. The ticket office is 500 metres from the chairlift bottom station.

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Télésiège des Crêtes

Habère-Poche > Les Granges
Accessible to hikers, mountain bikers and paragliders.

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Petit train d'Evian

Évian-les-Bains > Quai Baron de Blonay Ponton du Casino
The Evian tourist train cross the town every 30 minutes from the quays to the pedestrian center. 8 stations are scattered on his route to propose you differents stops. A real and unique guided tour of Evian.

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Télésiège des Lindarets

Suitable for walkers, mountain bikers and paragliders. Access: from Les Lindarets or Col de Joux-Verte from the Avoriaz road. Ticket office: chairlift bottom station.

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Télésiège de la Logère

Crest-Voland > 253, Route D'entre Deux Villes
The chair lift links the village (1230 m) with the top of Mont-Lachat (1650 m). In the summer, it also offers access to the Lachat lake and to various footpaths and mountain bike trails and in the winter, to the Espace Diamant cross-country ski area.

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Télécabine de Venosc

The gondola can connect Venosc village ski resort of Les 2 Alpes in just 8 minutes. It works in the winter and summer You can borrow as a pedestrian but also as a skier or rider (system to put skis or bike)

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Funiculaire de Thonon-les-Bains

Thonon-les-Bains > Port de Rives - Belvédère
The cable car Rives-Thonon (in Thonon-les-Bains), the second cable car built in France, was founded on April 2, 1888. Conceived by the engineer Auguste Alesmonières, it is the only cable car in the world where the two cars pass each other in a turn. The total length is 230 meters, 86.8 meters of turning. Before, eleven tons of water were used to run the cable car, and it was not until 1990 that the cable car started running automatically.
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