The breathtaking mountainscape at the summit is awe-inspiring – experience, too, the unique alpine atmosphere. The best views at 2132 metres above sea level are a further five-minute cable car ride away.

More ‘On the Line’ can be found in the gallery.

17 Comments CherryPie on Aug 30th 2013

17 Responses to “52 Photos Project – Gallery 19 – On the Line”

  1. ubermouth says:

    Incredible view but I on’t like heights. Did you take a ride on one yourself?

  2. ubermouth says:

    Oooops, I meant ‘ Don’t” …where’s our “lil’ secretary” when we need him?lol

  3. Natalie says:

    Wow! The views from that cable car must be amazing. I was fascinated with cable cars when I was kid. That one is spectacular.

  4. elaine says:

    Wow – stunning view – you wouldn’t catch me on the cable car though I would have my eyes closed the whole way up.

  5. rusty duck says:

    Fantastic view.
    I am fine until the cable car stops mid air. I know it’s perfectly safe and happens from time to time. You just feel a bit vulnerable, swinging in the wind..

    • CherryPie says:

      The first time I ever traveled on a cable car/gondola it stopped in mid air. It was many years ago and it was a very tiny gondola compared to those of today, it stopped mid air and was swinging in the breeze. I had no idea what was going on.

      The people who had chosen to stay in the village rather journey up the mountain with us heard an alarm horn and thought that there had been an accident in the mountains and were left wondering if we were OK.

  6. It’s pretty scary to look down as the cable car goes all the way up!

  7. Ayush says:

    great views. I am like you, I can tolerate heights as long I have something solid to put my firmly upon. :)

  8. Bella says:

    So perfect! Thanks for sharing, Cherie!