Height - someone likes it, someone hates. But you have to deal with her fear, if really worthwhile to admire the views as a means of transportation you choose cableway. First appeared in the 1920s, cable cars have become a great way to see the incredible views. Although the lift is considered the safest "modern" way of movement, there have been cases of unpleasant accidents with fatal consequences, including in cases of natural disasters. One feeling that you are traveling in a carriage, suspended on a cable, is already unforgettable, and a ride on the cable car through the darkness or fog - a real attraction with all the elements of a horror movie. But for those who are terrified of heights, maybe when the fog or ice cover the booth, maybe it's for the better? Whether you love or hate heights, offer you a couple dozen photos of unforgettable trips on the cable car.
Terrible cableway in Langkawi, Malaysia. (Farhana Haque)
The cable car in Langkawi. Top view. This is the same location as on the photo №1. (Andrew Lawson)
Little girl on the glass floor of the trailer in the booth Ngong Ping. Under the feet of tourists through the glass floor amazing views of Lantau Island in Hong Kong. Until recently, the only way to reach some of the attractions was a mountain road. (jayneandd)
Kayaks in the bay of Tung Chung, the view through the glass floor in the cabin cableway. The cable car is supported by eight towers. The trailer contains 10 seats and 7 standing. Patency System - 3,500 people per hour in each direction. (Paulo Ordoveza)