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November 27, 2018December 31, 2020

Moscow’s First Cable Car Has Opened!

And in such a picturesque place!

A cable car across the Moscow River has opened, connecting the Luzhniki Olympic Complex with two stations: ‘Novaya Liga’ on the Vorobyov Embankment, and ‘Vorobyovy Gory’ at the observation deck on Sparrow Hills.

Rides will be free of charge until December 24

Prices after December 25:

Weekdays: One-way ticket 400 rubles, roundtrip ticket 700 rubles

Weekends: One-way ticket 500 rubles, round-trip ticket 800 rubles

Children from 7 to14 and students: One-way ticket 300 rubles on weekdays, 400 rubles on weekends

Disabled people and children under 6 receive a free pass

Thirty-five 8-person cabins designed by PorscheDesignStudio run along the 700-meter cable, giving passengers a unique birds-eye view of the beautiful Sparrow Hills district. Each is equipped with an audio guide in Russian, English, German, and Chinese, as well as special fasteners for bicycles. The trip takes about 5 minutes.

In winter, 10 open 4-seat chairlifts will whisk skiers from the Vorobyov Embankment to the observation deck on Sparrow Hills.

Athletes and children in Moscow’s Sports Department can use the cable car for free. 

The project was undertaken largely to develop skiing in Russia’s capital and restore the ski complex on Sparrow Hills, which dates back to 1926.

And in such a picturesque place!

A cable car across the Moscow River has opened, connecting the Luzhniki Olympic Complex with two stations: ‘Novaya Liga’ on the Vorobyov Embankment, and ‘Vorobyovy Gory’ at the observation deck on Sparrow Hills.

Rides will be free of charge until December 24

Prices after December 25:

Weekdays: One-way ticket 400 rubles, roundtrip ticket 700 rubles

Weekends: One-way ticket 500 rubles, round-trip ticket 800 rubles

Children from 7 to14 and students: One-way ticket 300 rubles on weekdays, 400 rubles on weekends

Disabled people and children under 6 receive a free pass

Thirty-five 8-person cabins designed by PorscheDesignStudio run along the 700-meter cable, giving passengers a unique birds-eye view of the beautiful Sparrow Hills district. Each is equipped with an audio guide in Russian, English, German, and Chinese, as well as special fasteners for bicycles. The trip takes about 5 minutes.

In winter, 10 open 4-seat chairlifts will whisk skiers from the Vorobyov Embankment to the observation deck on Sparrow Hills.

Athletes and children in Moscow’s Sports Department can use the cable car for free. 

The project was undertaken largely to develop skiing in Russia’s capital and restore the ski complex on Sparrow Hills, which dates back to 1926.

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