The spliced STABILO hauling rope pulls two 130-passenger cabins of the G-Link aerial tramway, which connects the two ski mountains Griessenkareck and Grafenberg.
The Glink cable car in the city of Salzburg, Austria, requires a suspension and haul rope system due to its gigantic free span of over two kilometers. Since its construction in 1957, it has been one of the most popular attractions in the region, offering visitors an unparalleled experience. The starting point of the cable car is at the bottom station near Hellbrunn Palace. From there, the cable car takes you up to the Gaisberg, one of the most famous viewing mountains around Salzburg.
The ride on the Glink cable car gives visitors a breathtaking panoramic view of the city of Salzburg as well as the surrounding countryside. The cable car's gondolas are fully glazed, allowing passengers to enjoy an unobstructed view of the picturesque surroundings throughout the ride.
The ride to Gaisberg takes about 8 minutes and covers a distance of about 1.8 kilometers. During this time, visitors can admire the impressive landscape and let their gaze wander over Salzburg and the majestic Alps. Thus, the Glink cable car offers not only a convenient way to reach the Gaisberg, but also an unforgettable journey through the fascinating nature and breathtaking views that Salzburg has to offer.