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ropeway

(rōp′wā″)
A guidewire, esp. one used to cannulate a narrow orifice, such as the sphincter of Oddi.
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Take the 12-minute ride on the Aerial Tramway up to 8,516ft (PS15 for adults, PS10 for children).
The construction of aerial tramway will be started immediately after the presentation, he said.
But several years later, they did succeed in halting the development of a ninety-acre resort complex destined for the forested slopes and summit of Gros Piton, where guests were to be transported by an aerial tramway.
Locals desperate to escape the heat only have to take the Aerial Tramway cablecar, which rises 8,516ft to the summit of Mount Jacinto.
The world's longest double reversible bi-cable aerial tramway, the wheelchair-accessible Sandia Peak Tram, travels 2.
Getting there is half the fun: a SeaBus ride across Burrard Inlet to Vancouver's wilder North Shore, city bus to the Grouse Mountain Skyride, and an exhilarating lift by aerial tramway to the "Peak of Vancouver.
The aerial tramway and selected portions of the remodel will remain open to visitors, who number about 250,000 per year.
They offer great adventures along a 15-mile journey, while away from the desert a trip on the world-famous aerial tramway is a must.
Call something the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and you'd expect a grand network of vehicles plying their trade back and forth in a crowded sky.
Bruce Hutton suggested the construction of an aerial tramway to relieve vehicular traffic on the park road and improve the visitor experience.
You need a head for heights at Grouse Mountain, just 15 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, but the panoramic vistas of city, sea and mountains leave you breathless as the Skyride, North America's largest aerial tramway system, whisks you to the top.
The initial complement of equipment has been limited by the capacity of the aerial tramway.