Arial Transportation

When we were in Bolivia, we loved the use of cable cars as a mode of transportation. Not only are they efficient and inexpensive, but they provide wonderful views of the city. Especially in La Paz, which is a city built into the sides of the Andes mountains, it makes sense since there is no way to build an underground subway system there. So, for this week’s Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge, we decided to share a few more photos of the cable cars in La Paz.

Cable Cars

Cable Cars

La Paz Spread Across the Hillsides

La Paz Spread Across the Hillsides

Heading Down

Heading Down

One of the Cable Car Stations

One of the Cable Car Stations

Looking Back as we Pulled Away

Looking Back as we Pulled Away

 

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10 Responses to Arial Transportation

  1. Love the pics! How far do the cable cars travel?

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  2. Jonno says:

    Great photos. I love a cable car anywhere but it looks incredible in Bolivia. La Paz looks an incredibly busy city though. We’re looking into a South America stage to our trip so may have to investigate Bolivia now.

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  3. Love the cable cars, especially in and near the mountains.

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  4. Cee Neuner says:

    Your photos are wonderful for which way. 😀

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  5. Very nice. I with my family once used one, but that was more for a fun-ride, in a Zoo garden in another state called Orissa in India. But it was very enjoying ! The pictures give a thrill.

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