Getting Around with a View

Cable cars are a great mode of transportation, especially when you need to scale great heights over difficult terrain. Not only does it provide a much easier way to reach difficult destinations, but it also usually provides spectacular views. Whether taking a car to reach the top of a mountain in order to go skiing or just to see the gorgeous vistas. We have taken cable cars on three different continents and the experiences are all very similar. So, for this week’s Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge, we are sharing images of several different cable car experiences. Enjoy the view 😀!

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Soaring above La Paz

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Crossing the River in Koblenz

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Beaver Creek Colorado

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The Top of the Rock of Gibraltar

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Cochabamba, Bolivia

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Passing Another Car

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6 Responses to Getting Around with a View

  1. dejahgatz says:

    Wow! You have ridden on quite a few. I always get a little nervous hanging so high up by a cable.

  2. Cee Neuner says:

    Oh I did enjoy your which way photos this week. 😀

  3. They may offer great views! But I just don’t trust them haha😂 balancing on one thin looking wire, nah thanks 😉

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