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駒ヶ岳ロープウエイ KOMAGATAKE-Ropeway
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中央アルプス宝剣岳(標高2,931m)直下の通称「千畳敷カール」まで架けられた、わが国最初の山岳ロープウェイです。

昭和42年完成、平成10年11月1日にリニューアルオープンした。中央アルプスの主峰駒ヶ岳は標高2,956m、眺望絶佳、真夏の別天地、富士山をはじめ南アルプス連峰、御岳山、乗鞍岳、北アルプスを一望でき、また、高山植物の宝庫としても有名です。ロープウエイの高低差は950m(日本最高),終点の千畳敷は標高2611.5m(日本最高)。

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Uploaded: 23/10/2013
Updated: 06/08/2014
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