For the 2015/16 winter season, the La Saila chair lift will be replaced by an ultra modern cable car. The cabins provide the greatest comfort, the seat cushions are heated and passengers are able to enjoy a stunning panoramic view.
The systems of Treis Palas - Crap Masegn and Alp Dado - Crest La Siala, which came into service in 2012 and 2011 respectively, the new Sogn Martin-La Siala route is now a point of reference in terms of performance, profitability, and modernity, giving even more importance to economy and sustainability.
Solar panels generate renewable energy, the stations are built of timber, and the cableway will be operated by a direct transmission system, with a direct drive motor (by LEITNER ropeways).
Redaelli supplied the cables for the famous Redmont range for three systems - further proof of the success of combining modern design and innovative, sustainable technology.
|Sogn Martin-La Siala|
(diameter = 58 mm, length = 6.970 mt,
Weigth = 96 t)
|Treis Palas-Crap Masegn|
|Altitude difference||350 m|
(diameter = 46 mm, length = 3.090 m)
|Alp Dado-Crest La Siala|
|Altitude difference||369 m|
(diameter = 46 mm, length = 3.330 m)