No Tree Cut In Country’s First Eco Friendly Cable Car Project, Operational From June In Patnitop

PATNITOP

The service of the much-awaited cable car at the picturesque destination of Patnitop in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur district is all set to launch in June.

It is believed that this is the country’s first cable car project which is completely eco-friendly as not a single tree was cut. The height of Gandola was increased so that the vegetation could not come into the way. Also, the French technology was used to ensure safety.

The Patnitop Gandola project, which was planned about 15 years back, is believed to give a boost to the tourists’ footfall in the region. The beginning of the cable car is believed to enhance the business at Patnitop which was slow down after the opening of Chenani-Nashri tunnel.

A local from Patnitop, Vijay Sharma said, “The starting of Gondola in the region will boost the business. It will provide business opportunities for youth. More tourists will come to this region after the inauguration of Gondola.”

Rejoiced with the development in the tourists’ destination, the locals said it would be a great benefit for them as Patnitop, the backbone of Jammu and Kashmir will become the hub of business and will give many opportunities to the youth of the region of employment.

While treks, cars and bike rides could be suitable options, the aerial view of clouds and the sunset is an unmatchable experience, which is made possible through cable cars.