Aerial Tramway

Busan Air Cruise

🇰🇷 busan, south korea 

Why aren’t more people talking about the Busan Air Cruise! Enjoy a Crystal Cruise with a transparent floor as you travel over the beautiful East Sea as you overlook Songdo Beach, Korea’s first public beach. Take the aerial tramway from Songdo Bay Station to Songdo Sky Park. Once you arrive, there are tons of attractions!

Walk to the Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge. Take a walk around Amnam Park’s varous trails! Head to the top and enjoy the Sky Harbor Observatory Platform filled with Le Petit Prince giant art installation. Take a walk through the Dino Adventure with giant talking dionsaurs. Walk past the Bucket dragon scales filled with thousands of wishes. Grab a Lock with your special someone and place a Love Lock in the square. Enjoy the Snail Garden and try to sit on the wobbly chairs. Find your countries flag, take selfies with characters and so much more! This was such a beautiful and memorable experience. Find an Aerial Tramway near you and have an Amaze Summer by taking the 30 Day Challenge!

Kid Friendly – All Ages Welcome

📍171 Songdohaebyeon-ro, Seo-gu, Busan

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Enjoy an Aerial Tramway Near You!


There are tons of Aerial Tramway’s around the world! Find one near you or get creative and find a fun cable car ride that is similar. Submit your selfies at the location to grab a prize!


Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska

Mount Roberts Tramway, in Juneau, Alaska


Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

The aerial tramway at Heavenly Ski Resort, near South Lake Tahoe, California

The aerial tramway at the Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco, connecting the rooftop park to the street level

The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway in Palm Springs, California, which transports passengers to the top of Mount San Jacinto

The Squaw Valley Aerial Tramway at Palisades Tahoe, California, taking skiers from the base to the High Camp area


Estes Park Aerial Tramway in Estes Park, CO


The skylift at Stone Mountain, near Atlanta, Georgia


The Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky Ski Resort, in Montana

New Hampshire

The Cannon Mountain Tram in Franconia, New Hampshire

New Mexico

The Sandia Peak Tramway in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

New York

Roosevelt Island Tramway

The Roosevelt Island Tramway in New York City is one of three aerial tramways in North America used by commuters as a mode of mass transit (the Portland Aerial Tram and the Telluride-Mountain Village Gondola being the others). Passengers pay with the MetroCard, used on most of the rest of New York City’s public transport system.


The Portland Aerial Tram, a commuting tram in urban Portland, Oregon, connecting the South Waterfront district to the Oregon Health & Science University and the Marquam Hill neighborhood. It has a capacity of 30,000 passengers per day.


Ober Gatlinburg aerial tramway

The tram to Ober Gatlinburg ski resort and amusement park in Gatlinburg, Tennessee


The Wyler Aerial Tramway ascends the Franklin Mountains as part of the Texas State Park system. It closed indefinitely in September 2018 due to safety concerns relating to its age.


The tram at Snowbird, Utah, a ski and summer resort near Salt Lake City

Snowbasin Olympic Tram, in Weber County, Utah


Jay Peak Resort ski resort in Jay, Vermont. Built in 1967 by Von Roll of Switzerland; the cabins (cars) were replaced in 2000.

West Virginia

The Hawks Nest State Park aerial tram, in Fayette County, West Virginia, carries park visitors from the rim of the New River Gorge to the bank of the New River, a descent of more than 800 feet (240 m).

The aerial tram at Pipestem Resort State Park in Pipestem, West Virginia descends 3,600 feet (1,100 m) into the Bluestone River gorge.


Jackson Hole Aerial Tram at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort near Jackson, Wyoming

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