Aerial Tram in Palm Springs

Palm Springs

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The coupon will be valid for 12 months from the purchase date.

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What you will do

Experience a breathtaking journey aboard the world’s largest rotating Tram and travel up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon. Begin your 10-minute ride at the Valley Station and ride 2 miles up to the Mountain Station. In the winter try cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. During summer months hiking and guided nature walks are popular activities. Lunch and dinner are served in Peaks Restaurant and Pines Cafe, a casual restaurant. Enjoy spectacular views, gift shops, a natural history museum and a movie about how the Tramway was built. Open year-round except two weeks in September (call for dates).
The first Tram up is 10am weekdays, 8am weekends and holidays; last Tram up 8pm and last Tram down 9:45pm.
Cars depart at least every half hour. Extended summer hours.





10 minutes

Activitiy Location

Palm Springs, California, United States

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Palm Spring Tram

The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway constructed in the rugged Chino Canyon on the north edge of Palm Springs did not just happen. It required foresight, planning, financing and most of all vision.
As a young electrical engineer, Francis Crocker’s dream began in 1935 while he was on a trip to Banning, California, with newspaper publisher Carl Barkow. Mopping his brow in the heat of the day, Crocker gazed on longingly at the still snow-capped peak of Mount San Jacinto, 10,834 feet high and longed to “go up there where it’s nice and cool” At that moment, “Crocker’s Folly,” as it was soon dubbed by one newspaper woman, was born – a tramway up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon.

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  • The coupon will be valid for 12 months from the purchase date.
  • General cancellation policy applies.
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