Through the cable care one can look at the river valleys and the Himalayas or just explore the hamlets downhill of Nepal.

Manakamana Cable Car

The first cable car system in Nepal was opened on November 24, 1998, the Manakamana Cable Car, the Wish-Fulfilling Goddess, on what you could call a spiritual ride. This belief is so ingrained in the collective consciousness of the Nepalis that many make a trip to Manakamana every year without fail. Manakamana temple is situated atop a hill (1302 m ) 12 km south of the historic town of gorkha ad 6 km north of Mugling. The Manakamana Cable Car is a gondola lift transportation system located in Chitwan, Nepal. It runs between Cheres, Chitwan and Manakamana, Gorkha. The 2,772.2 m (9,095 ft) line has two stations and imported from Austria. The Manakamana temple overlooks terraced fields, and the Trisuli and Marsyangdi river valleys. The hilltop also offers a vantage point with the breath-taking view of the Manaslu-Himal Chuli and Annapurna massifs to the north.

Chandragiri Cable Car

The country’s second cable care is Chandragiri Cable Car which is opened on 2016. The Chandragiri Cable Car runs from Thankot to Chandragiri hills. It is a gondola lift transportation system located in Chandragiri Municipality, Nepal.  The 2.4 km (9,095 ft) line has two stations. The cable car system consists of 38 gondolas that can carry 1,000 people per hour.

Kalinchowk Cable Car

In Nov 4, 2018, Saturday, the country’s third cable car service started its operations in Kalinchowk. Kalinchowk is a revered pilgrimage place and tourist destination in Dolakha district. According to Kalinchowk Darshan, the cable car has been constructed with Swill technology. It is different from two other services of this kind in Manakamana and Chandragiri. The project was constructed with the cost of Rs 450 million. The cable car service will spur tourism in Kalinchowk area and in district.