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    Aufstiegshilfen [alpinism)

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    This is the generic term for cableways, ski-lifts, chir-lifts, funicolar railways etc. (a technical plant helping you to ascent)
    VerfasserRuso07 Nov. 05, 22:37
    Vorschlagmechanical climbing aids
    #1VerfasserHerbert08 Nov. 05, 18:58
    Kommentar
    @Herbert: "climbing aids" sind "Kletterhilfen" für Bergsteiger und Kletterer (Haken, Leitern u.Ä.), aber keine Liftanlagen.

    Siehe: http://www.alpineelements.co.uk/default.asp?a...
    #2VerfasserAndi (AT)09 Nov. 05, 20:34
    Vorschlagropeway
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    #3VerfasserMaWe09 Nov. 05, 21:42
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    In the US, at least, the most general term seems to be "lifts". In reports of ski conditions, for example, you hear that a certain ski area has "four lifts and 10 trails open."

    The word "lifts" is used to include things that aren't really lifts (e.g. rope tows, cable cars). It probably wouldn't include railways, but I am not aware of any places in the US where a railway has been built to take skiers up mountains.
    #4VerfasserGeorgeA (US)09 Nov. 05, 22:18
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    Can anyone confirm "ropeways"?
    #5VerfasserRuso27 Nov. 05, 12:15
     
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