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DOPPELMAYR/

GARAVENTA

CABLE CARS AT

OLYMPIC VENUES


MF|01

CONTENTS

PREFACE

WORLDWIDE

02|03

04|05

SELECTED DOPPELMAYR/

GARAVENTA PROJECTS AT

OLYMPIC VENUES

08|09

10|11

12|13

14|15

16|17

18|19

20|21

24|25

26|27

28|29

30|31

32|33

34|35

36|37

Rio de Janeiro 2016

Lillehammer 1994/2016

Sochi 2014

London 2012

Innsbruck 1964/1976/2012

Singapore 2010

Vancouver 2010

Turin 2006

Athens 2004

Salt Lake City 2002

Atlanta 1996

Barcelona 1992

Albertville 1992

Squaw Valley 1960

OLYMPIC VENUES

SINCE 1952

40|41

42|43

OUTLOOK 46|47 PyeongChang 2018

48|49 Lausanne 2020

50|51 Beijing 2022

DOPPELMAYR/

GARAVENTA GROUP

54|55


THE RADIANCE OF THE RINGS

The happy images of the Sotchi Winter Olympics are still well remembered.

Of these memories, the ropeways built by Doppelmayr/Garaventa

are an important part: we could not imagine the Russian Olympic

Resort without them, and they played a vital part in the smooth logistics

of the games. We have begun our successful partnership with

Doppelmayr in 2013. Now we have decided to extend it until

2022 ahead of time.

Just like the world market leader from Vorarlberg, Austria, the

Austrian Olympic Committee counts on top performances in every

respect. The success of our athletes strengthens the positive

image of our partners and sponsors. We feel fortunate to be able

to enter into partnerships with long-standing enterprises like

Doppelmayr. On the other hand, we are able to offer our Austrian

Olympic athletes the best possible conditions in Olympic settings

with our sponsors' contributions.

precision is essential. Excellence will once again be on the

itinerary of Austria House, and the Austrian Olympic Committee will

promote excellent performance and products made in Austria.

Hopefully both the number of medals won and the mood at Austria

House will reach record highs again - just like four years ago.

The Austrian Olympic Committee is grateful and proud of its

strong partnership with Doppelmayr.

In the forthcoming Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018

Doppelmayr will again play an important role: a total of 22

Doppelmayr ropeways will be operating at the different Olympic

venues. At large scale events such as the Olympic games

Dr. Karl Stoss

President of the ÖOC,

Member of the IOC

Dr. Peter Mennel

General Secretary of the ÖOC


ROPEWAYS: A SUSTAINABLE MODE OF TRANSPORT

The corporate philosophy of Doppelmayr/Garaventa and the Olympic

idea have a lot in common: they have at their heart the desire for

excellence. To us at Doppelmayr/Garaventa this means excellence

in technical and economic innovation for a lasting positive impact

on people's lives.

And here, too, we find numerous Olympic venues which have placed

their trust in Doppelmayr/Garaventa: London, Barcelona, Munich,

Athens, or Atlanta are just a few examples. Already today we

are therefore looking forward to taking on future challenges to

demonstrate our excellence.

In the past, Doppelmayr/Garaventa has built countless ropeways which

have served as a high-performance mode of transport at major sports

events and have been successfully and effectively used afterwards.

This is in particular true for winter sports events, for example in 2010

at Vancouver/Whistler or in 2014 at Sochi. In Sochi alone Doppelmayr/

Garaventa has built close to 40 ropeway systems up until 2014, and the

development continues. Ski resorts around Sochi are in the process of

expanding their infrastructure, and Doppelmayr/Garaventa has once

more been entrusted with carrying out the various ropeway projects.

Meanwhile in Korea, PyeongChang 2018 is also counting on technology

from Doppelmayr/Garaventa: all ropeways which will play a role in the

2018 Winter Olympics have been built by Doppelmayr/Garaventa.

In recent years, however, ropeways have also been increasingly

used to transport people in cities or for year-round tourism.

This is our passion and our ambition in a nutshell: to build the world's

best ropeways for the world's best customers.

Ing. Michael Doppelmayr

CEO Doppelmayr Group


Lake Placid

1980

Montréal

1976

Lillehammer

2016

Lillehammer

1994

Calgary

1988

Oslo

1952

Munich

1972

London

2012

Vancouver

2010

Squaw Valley

1960

Los Angeles

1984

Atlanta

1996

Lausanne

2020

Grenoble

1968

Turin

2006

Barcelona

1992

Albertville

1992

Mexico City

1968

Innsbruck

1964

Innsbruck

1976

Innsbruck

2012

Salt Lake City

2002

Rome

1960

Cortina d'Ampezzo

1956

Buenos Aires

2018

Rio de Janeiro

2016

Winter Olympic Games Summer Olympic Games Winter/Summer Youth Olympic Games


Moscow

1980

Sochi

2014

Helsinki

1952

Sapporo

1972

Nagano

1998

Tokyo

2020

Tokyo

1964

Sarajevo

1984

Athens

2004

Nanjing

2014

Beijing

2008

Beijing

2022

Pyeongchang

2018

Seoul

1988

Singapore

2010

Sydney

2000

Melbourne

1956


DOPPELMAYR/

GARAVENTA IS AT THE

PULSE OF TIME WITH

42 BUSINESS LOCATIONS

WORLDWIDE.

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08|09

OLYMPIA FACTS

11,237 athletes

207 nations

306 events in 39 disciplines

XXXI.

SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

RIO DE JANEIRO

Morro da Providência benefits from a top location not far from the city

center as well as views of the ocean. The large stadiums of the Football

World Cup 2014 and the Olympic Games 2016 are not far away.

In Morro da Providência, the densely arranged dwellings have spread

their way up the 115-meter hillside. The end stations of the detachable

gondola lift “Providência” are located on either side of the hill with an

intermediate station at the top - in the heart of the favela. The gondola

lift is the shortest connection from the district of Gamboa to the

transport hub in the city center. Also, the fact that the gondola lift has

a station near the Cidade do Samba (Samba City) is very significant.

Samba schools employ a lot of people who work all year round on

preparations for the carnival.

10-MGD Providência

Ropeway system: gondola lift

Capacity: 3,000 PPHPD

Length of line: 709 m

Lift speed: 5 m/s


2016


10|11

OLYMPIA FACTS

1,100 athletes

71 nations

70 events in 15 disciplines

XXX.

WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

LILLEHAMMER

XVII.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES 1994

LILLEHAMMER

During the “green” Olympic Games in Lillehammer in 1994, the alpine

competitions were held in Kvitfjell and Hafjell. Doppelmayr could realize

numerous installations in those two locations. One of the latest projects

is the Ny Heis Gondola in Hafjell.

8-MGD Ny Heis Gondola

Ropeway system: gondola lift

Capacity: 2,800 PPHPD

Length of line: 2,528 m

Lift speed: 6 m/s


2016


12|13

OLYMPIA FACTS

XXII.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

SOCHI

2,780 athletes

88 nations

98 events in 15 disciplines

99,975 % availability of the 18 installations

throughout the Olympic Games

5,800 operating hours during the

Olympic Games

Until 2014, Doppelmayr/Garaventa built 40 ropeway installations in

Sochi - one of which among the longest 3S installations in the world.

It leads from Krasnaya Polyana to the skiing region Laura, where the

Nordic competitions of the Winter Olympic Games 2014 took place

and has an overall length of 5,383 meters. Furthermore, by order of

Olympstroy, the official organization for Sochi 2014, Doppelmayr/

Garaventa built a unique 3S gondola lift in the Olympic region.

With an hourly capacity of 4,500 passengers per hour and direction

it is one of the most efficient ropeways in the world and also able to

transport cars - a world novelty for 3S ropeways. The 3S gondola

lift consist of two sections and leads from Krasnaya Polyana to the

Rosa Khutor Olympic Village and further on to the so-called Rosa

Khutor Finish Zone. In Rosa Khutor, the alpine competitions of the

Olympic Games of Sochi 2014 were held.

30-TGD Psekhako

Ropeway system: 3S gondola lift

Capacity: 3,000 PPHPD

Length of line: 5,386 m

Lift speed: 8.5 m/s


2014


012

2012


14|15

OLYMPIA FACTS

10,568 athletes

204 nations

302 events in 36 disciplines

XXX.

SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

LONDON

In London, Doppelmayr/Garaventa has built the first urban ropeway

in Great Britain. The ropeway is well integrated into the regional and

transregional transport network. The “Emirates Air-Line” connects

the Greenwich Peninsula (O2 Arena) with the Royal Victoria Docks

(ExCel Centre). It transports pedestrians and cyclists across the

Thames – fast and comfortably.

10-MGD Emirates Air Line

Ropeway system: gondola lift

Capacity: 2,500 PPHPD

Length of line: 1,103 m

Lift speed: 6 m/s


012

2012


16|17

OLYMPIA FACTS

1,022 athletes

69 nations

63 events in 15 disciplines

XXIX.

WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

INNSBRUCK

XII.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES 1976

INNSBRUCK

IX.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES 1964

INNSBRUCK

The 8-seater gondola “Kaiserbahn” in the Kühtai, built by Doppelmayr/

Garaventa in 2008 is only one of various lifts around the venues

Axamer Lizum, Seefeld, Kühtai and Patscherkofel. All Doppelmayr/

Garaventa installations in the Olympic areas safely and comfortably

transported numerous visitors during the Olympic Games in Innsbruck

in 2012, 1976 and 1964.

8-MGD Kaiserbahn

Ropeway system: gondola lift

Capacity: 2,315 PPHPD

Length of line: 1,642 m

Lift speed: 6 m/s


18|19

XXIX.

SUMMER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

SINGAPORE

OLYMPIA FACTS

3,524 athletes

204 nations

201 events in 26 disciplines

As early as 1975, Doppelmayr built a ropeway installation that

was ground-breaking for those times as a connection between the

mainland and Sentosa Island. After 35 years in operation and seeing

a considerable growth of the visitor flow, the Jewel Cable Car Ride

was redesigned and reconstructed completely. Today, up to two million

passengers per year are transported with utmost comfort.

A special feature of this ropeway is the intermediate station that is

located at the 15th floor of the Harbour Front tower.

8-MGD Jewel Cable Car Ride

Ropeway system: gondola lift

Capacity: 2,000 PPHPD

Length of line: 1,719 m

Lift speed: 5 m/s


2010


20|21

OLYMPIA FACTS

XXI.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

VANCOUVER

2,566 athletes

82 nations

86 events in 15 disciplines

In Whistler Mountain, the venue of the alpine competitions of the

Winter Olympic Games 2010, the world record ropeway “Peak2Peak”

was opened in 2008. The “Peak2Peak Gondola” connects Whistler

Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain, two important mountain areas

for skiing.

The ropeway crosses the Fitzsimmons Valley in only 11 minutes and

has an overall length of 4.4 kilometers, a record-breaking rope span

(without towers) of 3,024 meters and a maximum ground clearance

of 436 meters.

28-TGD Peak2Peak Gondola

Ropeway system: 3S gondola lift

Capacity: 2,050 PPHPD

Length of line: 4,407 m

Lift speed: 7.5 m/s


2010

World records

Record-breaking rope span

Biggest ground clearance


UNTIL TODAY,

DOPPELMAYR/

GARAVENTA

HAS REALIZED

14,800 ROPEWAY

PROJECTS IN

91 COUNTRIES.

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2006


24|25

OLYMPIA FACTS

2,508 athletes

80 nations

84 events in 15 disciplines

XX.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

TURIN

In Turin, Doppelmayr/Garaventa has been granted several tenders

and handed over 8 ropeways, 7 chairlifts and 1 gondola lift to the

“Agenzia Torino 2006”, all ready for operation and finished in due time.

4-CLD La Coche

Ropeway system: gondola lift

Capacity: 2,400 PPHPD

Length of line: 1,817 m

Lift speed: 5 m/s


004

2004


26|27

XXVIII.

SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

ATHENS

OLYMPIA FACTS

10,625 athletes

201 nations

301 events in 40 disciplines

The Funitel Mont Parnes is the biggest ropeway in Greece and

connects a hotel and casino complex with the city centre of Athens.

Special emphasis was put on the availability of the installation as it

is in service for 360 days per year for 20 hours every day. The two

VIP cabins are another highlight making the ride a special experience.

20-FUN Mont Parnes

Ropeway system: Funitel

Capacity: 2,000 PPHPD

Length of line: 1,713 m

Lift speed: 6 m/s


002

2002

OLYMPIA FACTS

2,399 athletes

77 nations

80 events in 15 disciplines


28|29

XIX.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

SALT LAKE CITY

The “Olympic Tram” constructed in Snowbasin in 1998 transported

the downhill racers taking part in the competition and the spectators

to the starting point of the ski run. Individual cabins carry the names of

former Olympic champions of the downhill competition and the flags

of their home countries. Once arrived at the top station, a stunning

view over the “Great Salt Lake Basin” and the “Double Black Diamond”

slope awaits.

2x1x15-MGFJ Olympic Tram

Ropeway system: pulsating gondola lift

Capacity: 400 PPHPD

Length of line: 355 m

Lift speed: 5 m/s


30|31

OLYMPIA FACTS

XXVI.

SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

ATLANTA

10,318 athletes

197 nations

271 events in 37 disciplines

Stone Mountain is one of the biggest exposed granite rocks of the

world and is located in the Atlanta suburb of the same name. On the

occasion of the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Doppelmayr

(VonRoll) replaced a reversible aerial ropeway built in 1962 with a

new, modern and efficient installation. This new ropeway carries the

numerous visitors safely and comfortably along one of the biggest

rock reliefs of the world up to the peak of this natural landmark.

80-ATW Stone Mountain

Ropeway system: reversible aerial tramway

Capacity: 1,280 PPHPD

Length of line: 686 m

Lift speed: 7 m/s


1996


32|33

XXV.

SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

BARCELONA

The funicular ropeway Vallvidrera was constructed in 1906 by

VonRoll and redesigned completely in 1998 by Doppelmayr.

The ropeway forms parts of the city train network of Barcelona

and is integrated into the fare system of the Metro Barcelona.

50-FUL Vallvidrera

Ropeway system: funicular railway

Capacity: 800 PPHPD

Length of line: 723 m

Lift speed: 5 m/s


1992

OLYMPIA FACTS

9,356 athletes

169 nations

257 events in 35 disciplines


1992

OLYMPIA FACTS

1,801 athletes

64 nations

57 events in 14 disciplines


34|35

XVI.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

ALBERTVILLE

During the Olympic Games in Albertville, the venue for the men‘s

competitions was the famous slope “La face de Bellevarde” in Val d’Isère.

Ten years later, the new 3S installation “L‘Olympique” was constructed

along this renowned downhill slope. It is not only the main feeder line

for the skiing region “Espace Killy”, but also transports winter sport

athletes for whom the Olympic downhill slope is too demanding

safely and with great comfort back to the valley.

30-TGD L‘Olympique

Ropeway system: 3S gondola lift

Capacity: 3,750 PPHPD

Length of line: 2,148 m

Lift speed: 7.5 m/s


1960


36|37

VIII.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

SQUAW VALLEY

OLYMPIA FACTS

665 athletes

30 nations

27 events in 8 disciplines

In 1967, Garaventa was awarded their first contract in overseas.

At the time, the cabins of the Squaw Valley tram in California were

the biggest worldwide: each cabin offeres space for 125 passengers

(or even 140 according to European standards). The 10-minute-ride

offers a panoramic view of the valley below. Once passengers reach

the mountain top they enjoy various activities - during summer and

winter. Dining, Shopping, hiking or ice skating are offered to guest.

The Olympic history is still present in the area.

125-ATW Squaw Valley

Ropeway system: reversible aerial tramway

Capacity: 1,080 PPHPD

Length of line: 2,250 m

Lift speed: 10 m/s


DOPPELMAYR/

GARAVENTA BUILDS

ECO-FRIENDLY

AND SUSTAINABLE

TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

FOR THE CHALLENGES

OF THE FUTURE.

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OLYMPIC VENUES SINCE 1952

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

SOCHI

2014 | XXII. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

Until 2014, Doppelmayr/Garaventa built 40 ropeway installations in Sochi.

Enclosed an overview of the 18 installations related to the Olympic Games:

30-TGD Psekhako, 30-TGD Mzymta – Olympic Village, 30-TGD Olympic Village –

Finish Zone, 8-MGD Gazprom Lift A, 8-MGD Gazprom II-A1, 8-MGD Gazprom II-A2,

4-CLF Gazprom II-H, 8-MGD Rosa Khutor Lift A, 8-MGD Rosa Khutor Lift B,

8-MGD Rosa Khutor Lift C, 6-CLD Rosa Khutor Lift D, 4-CLF Rosa Khutor Lift H,

4-CLF Rosa Khutor Lift T, 4-CLF Rosa Khutor Lift E, 4-CLF Rosa Khutor Lift F,

8-MGD Rosa Khutor SBT, 8-MGD Rosa Khutor Lift L, 4/8-CGD Alpika Aibga-1

VANCOUVER

2010 | XXI. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

28-TGD Peak2Peak, 4-CLD Symphony Express, 2x2x8-MGFP Kadenwood,

8-MGD Excalibur 1+2, 4-CLD Excelerator, 4-CLD Emerald Express, 4-CLD Big Red

Express, 4-CLD Peak Express, 4-CLD Garbanzo Express, 4-CLD Fitzsimmons Express,

4-CLD Wizard Express, 4-CLD Solar Coaster, 4-CLD 7th Heaven, SL Horstman T-Bar,

4-CLD Glacier, 4-CLD Lift 3R Stoker, 8-MGD 1R Lower, 8-MGD 1R Upper,

4-CLD Jersey Cream, SL Blackcomb Platter

TURIN

2006 | XX. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

4-CLF Nuova Sauze d‘Oulx – Clotes, 4-CLD Melezet – Etarpà – Chesal, 4-CLD La Coche –

Serra Granet – Colle Bercia, 4-CLF Nuova Pra Reymond, 4-CLF Baby San Sicario,

4-CLF Nuovo Garnel, 4-CLD Ski Lodge – La Sellette, 8-MGD Bardonecchia – Fregiusia

SALT LAKE CITY

2002 | XIX. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

2x1x15-MGFJ Olympic Tram, 4-CLD John Paul Express, 8-MGD Middlebowl Express,

8-MGD Strawberry Gondola, 4-CLD First Time, 3-CLF Three Kings II, 4-CLD Crescent Lift

NAGANO

1998 | XVIII. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES The Doppelmayr licensee Nippon Cable built a total of 19 chairlifts.

LILLEHAMMER

1994 | XVII. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

2-SL Buasen Hafjell, 8-MGD Ny Heis Gondola, 4-CLF Hafjell 8, SL Gaiaheisen,

SL Familieheis 1, 4-CLD Hafjell 2, SL Knatteheis, SL Ilseterrna, 4-CLF Hafjell 1,

4-CLF Hafjell 2, SL Hafjell 3, SL Hafjell 4, SL Hafjell 5, SL Hafjell 6


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ALBERTVILLE

1992 | XVI. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

30-TGD L‘Olympique, 1-SL Les Caves, 1-SL Arpasson, 4-CLD Les Combes,

2-CLF Leissieres, 4-CLD Solaise Express, 4-CLD Le Borsat, 6-CLD Laisinant

CALGARY

1988 | XV. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

4-CLD Oco Quad, 1-SL Super Gold Platter OP, 2-CLF Bronze Lift,

4-CLD Nakiska Silver, 3-CLF Nakiska Gold

SARAJEVO

1984 | XIV. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

SL Jahorina, 3-CLF Babin Do, 2-SL Babin Do

LAKE PLACID

1980 | XIII. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

4-CLD Face Lift, SL Big Mountain, 8-MGD Cloudsplitter Gondola

INNSBRUCK

1976 | XII. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

1964 | IX. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

2-SL Trainingslift Heiligwasser, 2-SL Kasererwiese, 8-MGD Kaiserbahn,

4-CLD Olympiaexpress, SL Rosshüttenlift, SL Zubringerlift, SL Kaltwasser,

SL Seefelderjoch, 6-CLD Hochanger 1, 6-CLD Hochanger 2, 6-CLD Rosshüttenexpress,

SL Igls, SL Patscherkofel, 2-CLF Hoadl I, 2-CLF Birgitzköpfl, SL Kaserwald 1+2,

2-CLF Pleisen, SL Schönboden, 2-CLF Parkplatzbahn, SL Götzner Grube,

2-CLF Glungezer, 4-CLF Karleiten

SAPPORO

1972 | XI. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES The Doppelmayr licensee Nippon Cable built a large number of installations.

SQUAW VALLEY

1960 | VIII. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES 2-CLF Newport, 3-CLF Solitude, 4-CLD KT22

CORTINA D‘AMPEZZO

1956 | VII. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES 4-CLF Roncato Socrepes, 6-CLD Roncato – Festis, 4-CLD Padeon – Son Forca

OSLO

1952 | VI. WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

2-CLF Midstubakken, SL Norefjell II, SL Norefjell IV, 2-CLF Oevre Stolheis,

SL Nye Vinkelheisen, SL Boeseter, SL Norefjell VI, 4-CLD Norefjell I, SL Knerten


SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

RIO DE JANEIRO

2016 | XXXI. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

10-MGD Providência

LONDON

2012 | XXX. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

10-MGD Emirates Air Line (London Cable Car)

ATHENS

2004 | XXVIII. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

20-FUN Mont Parnes

SYDNEY

2000 | XXVII. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES Monorail (Doppelmayr/VonRoll)

ATLANTA

1996 | XXVI. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

80-ATW Stone Mountain

BARCELONA

1992 | XXV. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

50-FUL Vallvidrera

MOSKOW

1980 | XXII. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

4-CLF Snow Vault, 2-SL Snow Vault

MONTREAL

1976 | XXI. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

FUL Mât Stade Olympique and first export order to Quebec in 1953,

Doppelmayr production facility 60 km northeast of Montreal

MUNICH

1972 | XX. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

1-CLF Schanzenlift, 8-MGD BUGA Munich 2005


42|43

MEXICO CITY

1968 | XIX. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

CLS Mexico City Int. Airport

MELBOURNE/STOCKHOLM

1956 | XVI. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

2-SL Doppellift Alby II, SL Alby I

WINTER/SUMMER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

LILLEHAMMER

2016 | XXX. WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

2-SL Buasen Hafjell, 8-MGD Ny Heis Gondola, 4-CLF Hafjell 8, SL Gaiaheisen,

SL Familieheis 1, 4-CLD Hafjell 2, SL Knatteheis, SL Ilseterrna, 4-CLF Hafjell 1,

4-CLF Hafjell 2, SL Hafjell 3, SL Hafjell 4, SL Hafjell 5, SL Hafjell 6

INNSBRUCK

2012 | XXIX. WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

2-SL Trainingslift Heiligwasser, 2-SL Kasererwiese, 8-MGD Kaiserbahn,

4-CLD Olympiaexpress, SL Rosshüttenlift, SL Zubringerlift, SL Kaltwasser,

SL Seefelderjoch, 6-CLD Hochanger 1, 6-CLD Hochanger 2, 6-CLD Rosshüttenexpress,

SL Igls, SL Patscherkofel, 2-CLF Hoadl I, 2-CLF Birgitzköpfl, SL Kaserwald 1+2,

2-CLF Pleisen, SL Schönboden, 2-CLF Parkplatzbahn, SL Götzner Grube,

2-CLF Glungezer, 4-CLF Karleiten

SINGAPORE

2010 | XXIX. SUMMER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

4-CLF Sentosa Luge Chairlift, BGD Mt. Faber Cable Car,

8-MGD Jewel Cable Car Ride

TGD = 3S gondola lift (tricable ropeway), MGFP/MGFJ = pulsating gondola lift, BGD = 2S gondola lift, FUN = Funitel, FUL = funicular railway,

CGD = combination lift, CLS = Cable Liner Shuttle, ATW = reversible aerial ropeway, CLD = detachable chairlift, CLF = fixed-grip chairlift,

SL = surface lift, MGD = gondola lift, PPHPD = passengers per hour per direction, m/s = meters per second


AS QUALITY AND

TECHNOLOGY LEADER,

DOPPELMAYR/GARAVENTA

HAS BEEN DEVELOPING

INNOVATIVE TRANSPORT

SYSTEMS FOR MORE

THAN 100 YEARS.


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XXIII.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

PYEONGCHANG

A large number of Doppelmayr/Garaventa ropeways will be in operation

at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea. In total, there will

be 22 installations at the four main venues, which are Yongpyong Resort,

host to the slalom and giant slalom competitions, the Bokwang Snow

Park for the freestyle skiing and snowboard events, Alpensia Resort

for ski jumping, biathlon, cross-country and the sliding sports, as

well as the Jeongseon Alpine Center for downhill, super-G and super

combined. The Doppelmayr/Garaventa Group won all the invitations

to tender for the ropeway installations for the PyeongChang 2018

Olympic venues. The Downhill Gondola in Jeongseon is the most

recent installation Doppelmayr/Garaventa completed, just on schedule

for the first FIS World Cup race in February 2016.

8-MGD Downhill Gondola

Ropeway system: gondola lift

Capacity: 1,600 PPHPD

Length of line: 3,548 m

Lift speed: 5.0 m/s


OUTLOOK 2018


UTLOOK

2020


48|49

XXXI.

WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

LAUSANNE

In January 2020 the Youth Olympic Games will be held in Lausanne.

Besides the city of Lausanne, the towns of Diablerets, Leysin and

Villars in the Vaud Alps will be the main venues. The Doppelmayr/

Garaventa Group installed various ski lifts in all three resorts.

By 2020, 17 installations will be up and running. In Les Diablerets

the world market leader completed the detachable quad chair lift

“Conche - Mi Laoussalet” in 2016. Until 2020 two more Doppelmayr/

Garaventa installations will be ready for the young athletes - one

detachable gondola lift and another detachable quad chair lift.

4-CLD Conche - Mi Laouissalet

Ropeway system: detachable chairlift

Capacity: 1,500 PPHPD

Length of line: 1,965 m

Lift speed: 5 m/s


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XXIV.

WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES

BEIJING

Beijing is already preparing to host the Olympic Games 2022.

Several ski resorts that are to be venues for the sports events are already

working on their masterplans for new infrastructure. This includes

not only slopes, accommodation and sports centers but also new

ropeways. Various Doppelmayr/Garaventa products will be part of the

Games and will transport Olympic athletes and spectators. Genting

Resort Secret Garden has been a partner of Doppelmayr/Garaventa

for many years and will host the freestyle skiing and snowboarding

events during the Winter Olympics 2022. Together the Genting

Resorts and Doppelmayr/Garaventa have completed several modern

ropeway installations that are already in operation and bring winter

enthusiasts the highest comfort on their way to the slopes.

4-CLD-B BSG Lift 6

Ropeway system: detachable chairlift

Capacity: 2,220 PPHPD

Length of line: 1,156 m

Lift speed: 5 m/s


OUTLOOK 2022


QUALITY AND

SAFETY ARE LIVED

PRACTICE FOR

MORE THAN

2,600 EMPLOYEES

WORLDWIDE.

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Doppelmayr/Garaventa Group

The Doppelmayr Group has been known for more than 100 years for

technical reliability and innovational force and works in the ropeway sector

as the world market leader in terms of quality and technology. An absolute

quality approach, the innovational force and vast professional knowledge

make the Group rank number one on the world ropeway market. With

more than 14,800 ropeway systems in 91 countries of the world, Doppelmayr/Garaventa

is not only the only ropeway manufacturer to offer all lift

systems but also realizes all of them in accordance with the customers'

demands. With production facilities, as well as sales and service locations

in 42 countries worldwide, you can rely on Doppelmayr/Garaventa.

Since the very early days of Doppelmayr/Garaventa, winter tourism

has been the company's core market and is set to remain so. The large

number of successful winter installations built for customers around

the globe has enabled the company to build up a huge wealth of

expertise. This explains the Group's position as the market's leading

ropeway manufacturer. Nonetheless, equally impressive ropeways

have been built outside of ski regions. The strengths and benefits

of the different ropeway systems from Doppelmayr/Garaventa can

be individually selected for the respective application. As part of

a public transport network, as an attraction at a leisure park or as


aventa Group

a shuttle service to airports and exhibition centers - the possibilities

are numerous.

The central objective of the Doppelmayr Group is fulfilling the current

demands of the passengers and ropeway operators and to offer

forward-looking solutions that are in line with the market. Today, the

brands stand for highest quality, uncompromising reliability, utmost

precision and trendsetting innovations in ropeway engineering and

construction.

DOPPELMAYR/GARAVENTA FACTS

2,673 employees in 42 countries

More than 14,800 ropeway systems realized

Customers in 91 countries worldwide

World market leader in ropeway engineering

Quality and technology leader for more

than 100 years


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