Sky Ride – Cedar Point, OH

This is the older of two VonRoll Type 101s built at Cedar Point. The other one was demolished in 1985.
There are only three towers on this lift but they are all very tall, as high as 92 feet.
The northernmost tower.
Return station.
All three towers.
Northern station.
Riders can load at either end but must exit at the next station.
Each station loads on the second floor.
Return terminal overview.
Not all cabins are used each day.
The lift line.
Tension station.
Carriers are manually propelled through the station.
Leaving the return terminal.
Tower top.
Tower 2.
View towards Lake Erie.
Tower 1.
View north.
The drive terminal is located right behind the main park gate.
Tower 1.
Arriving at the drive terminal.
Turnaround area.
The cabins on this lift are originally from the Frontier Lift.
Side view of the drive terminal.
Cabin parking rail.
Departing the southern station.
Towers 1 and 2.
Arriving at the north station.
Return bullwheel.
Station overview.
VonRoll carrier.
Cabins passing a tower.
Cedar Point is more well-known for its roller coasters than gondolas.
Drive station with store underneath.

4 thoughts on “Sky Ride – Cedar Point, OH

  1. Thomas Jett August 13, 2020 / 10:24 pm

    Hey Peter, are you a coaster enthusiast as well, or did you just go to the point for the gondola?


    • reaperskier August 14, 2020 / 5:44 am

      I want to know if he got a ride on steel vengeance.


    • Peter Landsman August 14, 2020 / 8:10 pm

      Definitely not a roller coaster enthusiast. I did not ride any of the coasters at Cedar Point.


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