Maa Mahakalika Udankhatola, Pavagadh, Gujarat
Maa Mahakalika Temple, is a famous pilgrim centre, located at Pavagadh in Panchmahals District of Gujarat. The temple stands on a cliff amid the dense forest. It is one of the Shakti Peeths. The ropeway here is in operation since 1986 and takes the pilgrims from Manchi to the hilltop near the Temple in 6 minutes flat.
Maa Ambaji Udankhatola, Ambaji Town, Gujarat
Ambaji is nestled in the Aravali Hills at a height of 1600 feet from sea level. Maa Ambaji Temple is one of the holiest temples in Gujarat as it is counted among the 51 Shaktipeeths. For a comfortable journey to the temple, Maa Ambaji Udankhatola at Gabbar Hill is a good option. Pilgrims by using the ropeway can reach the hilltop in only 3 minutes.
Maa Mansa Devi Udankhatola, Haridwar
Maa Mansa Devi Temple located on top of Shivalik hills is one of the most important Sidhpeeths in India and a major landmark of Haridwar. Maa Mansa Devi Udankhatola operating since 1981 takes of near Har-ki-Pauri from the base of the hill and lands the devotees to the hilltop adjacent to the Mansa Devi temple in just about 3 minutes.
Maa Chandidevi Udankhatola, Haridwar
Maa Chandidevi Temple is also a Sidhapeeth and one of the most ancient temples of North India. The temple is located atop Neel Parvat in Haridwar. The ropeway takes passengers from a point near Gaurishankar temple on the Nazibabad Road that is 3 Kms from Har-ki-Pauri and lands them near the temple in just 5 minutes.
Malampuzha Udankhatola, Kerala
To get the best view of the Malampuzha Gardens, the Vrindavan of Kerala clamber up to the ropeway. First of its kind in the southern part of India, the Passenger Ropeway offering 20 minutes of ecstasy in the sky gives a panoramic view of the beautiful landscapes from a height of 60 feet.
Jatayupara Udankhatola, Kerala
Jatayupara Nature Park is one of its kind in the world. Jatayu Nature Park at Jatayupara is having the World’s Largest Bird Sculpture, which was opened to the public in early 2016. The massive sculpture is 200 feet in length, 150 feet in width and 70 feet in height. There are 15,000 square feet of usable floor area under the sculpture. India’s first State of the art Rope-way project is installed for the tourists here. This rope-way is the biggest rope-way in South India, which can carry 400 tourists per hour. The 500-meter-long rope-way / cable car takes you to the 600 feet high Jatayu hilltop.
Maa Taratarini Udankhtola, Odisha
Taratarini Temple on the Kumari hills at the bank of the River Rushikulya near Brahmapur city in Ganjam District, Odisha, is worshiped as the Breast Shrine (Sthana Peetha) and manifestations of Adi Shakti. The Tara Tarini Shakti Peetha is one of the oldest pilgrimage centers of the Mother Goddess and is one of four major ancient Tantra Peetha and Shakti Peethas in India. The Udankhatola is the ropeway ride, which is the highlight of this temple via which you need to reach the place on top of a hill.