The Twinliner inSamnaunis one of the largest aerial cable cars in the Alps, featuring two double-decker gondolas with a total capacity of 180 passengers, with 110 passengers traveling in the upper and 70 passengers traveling in the lower gondola. The cableway runs with a max. ground clearance of 210 m over 3 pillars fromSamnaunto Alp Trider Sattel. Built in 1995, the aerial cableway has a vertical rise of 722 m, a route distance of 2.300 m and a total capacity of 1.620 persons/hour. Maximumspeed is 10 m/s, rope diameter is 64mm.
The Flimsattelbahn has a vertical rise of 490 m and a route distance of 2.727 m. It departs from the base station (2.265 m) and runs over 29 pillars up to an altitude of 2.755 m. The 186 chairs are equipped with weather protection bubbles. Constructed in 1994, this facility has a total capacity of 2.400 passengers/hour. 1,1 Mio. guests per winter season use this facility mainly on their way back to Idalp from Alp Trida. The rope has a diameter of 45mm.
Built in 2000, the detachable chair lift has weather protection bubbles, a total capacity of 2.800 persons per hour and 60 six-person chairs, which travel 1.050 m over 10 pillars up to the mountain station.
The Silvrettabahn was constructed in summer 1998. It boasts a vertical rise of 961 m, a route distance of 3.938 mand a maximum capacity of up to 3.440 persons/hour. The middle station is located at 1.683 m above sea level. 1,4 Mio. guests per winter season use the facility.
Its 24-passenger bicable ropeway design (funitel system) facilitates safe operation even at wind speeds of 100 km/h. 63 gondolas run from Ischgl to Idalp with a maximum line speed of up to 6 m/s.
The transport system has a total of 23 pillars with a height of up to 23 m. 8 motors with a total capac i ty of 3.200 kW (4.350 PS) are required for the operation of the Silvrettabahn.
Opened in 1993, the 4-seater chairlift has a capacity of 2,400 pax/h and has successfully completed a total of 30 million rides. The Flimjoch chairlift runs from Idalp to Flimjoch at 2,752 m above sea level.
The peak times for the line are in the morning and the late afternoon. The chairlift is particularly busy during the morning when it serves to whisk visitors to the back bowl ski area of Alp Trida. In order to optimise this vital link to the Idalp-Alp Trida axis, the existing 4-seater chairlift at Flimjoch will be replaced by a modern 8-seater with a capacity of 3,200 pax/h in summer 2016. The mountain station will also be upgraded to ensure safe operation even in windy conditions. The exit area will be enclosed. This will allow the operator to open the wind-sheltered side, which can be determined depending on the wind direction.
The two underground floors of the valley station feature a chairlift garage, a filling station, a slope equipment garage and storage facilities.