Roundhouse Gondola – Sun Valley, ID Towers 1 and 2. Bottom terminal with some very fine landscaping. Bottom terminal in the summer. White Uni-G terminal looks sharp. Looking down at the bottom station from above. Towers 11 and 12. Arriving at the top station. Top terminal from underneath. Looking down the line near the summit. Top terminal at the Roundhouse. Lift line. Riding up in the summer. Breakover towers. Two-section tower. Sections of this gondola are very high above ground. The top terminal. Side view of the upper station. Lower station in winter. Upper half of the lift seen from Ketchum. Lift line. Tower 20. Upgraded cabin maintenance building. Lower station overview. Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
Anyone know why the bottom terminal wasn’t built at the same elevation as the patio? It seems strange that they didn’t match the plaza level for accessibility and the stairs up to the gondola seem like they could have been avoided.
I wonder if it’s got to do with snow levels.
second picture seems to show it has a accessibility ramp