Flimjochbahn B2

High-speed chairlift
State of the art

Flimjochbahn B2 chairlift unites power and comfort

Efficient, fast, comfortable

The predecessor of Flimjochbahn chairlift already was one of the most important hubs of Silvretta Arena back in the 1990s. The new Doppelmayr 8-seater chairlift comfortably takes guests up to Idalp and Viderjoch throughout the year. With a capacity of 3,200 passengers per hour, it’s only a short ride to the top – leaving you with more time to spend on the ski slopes or hiking trails.

Fast & safe

Key facts about the state-of-the-art 8-seater chairlift

Speeds of up to 5 metres per second

Hop on the chairlift at Idalp and ride up to 2,752-metre Flimjoch at speeds of up to five metres per second! During the six-minute ride, you can marvel at the stunning views from the comfort of your heated and weather-protected seats.

By the way: Did you know that supporting tower number 3 of Flimjochbahn also serves as tower number 9 of Höllbodenbahn, with both chairlifts running over the same tower?



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Technical specifications of Flimjochbahn B2 chairlift

Interesting facts about the lift

The powerful chairlift that runs up to Viderjoch boasts some stunning characteristics:

  • The valley station is located at 2,298 metres above sea level.
  • The mountain station is located at 2,752 metres above sea level.
  • The chairlift covers a total distance of 1,797 metres and an altitude difference of 454 metres.
  • The state-of-the-art chairlift can move up to 3,200 people per hour.


Even more comfort

Comfort upgrade: the Flimjochbahn B2

Modernised chairlift

The predecessor of Flimjochbahn chairlift from the year 1993 had completed 30 million rides by 2016. Today, the new Flimjochbahn chairlift takes guests up to Flimjoch even more comfortably.
The 4-seater chairlift is now an 8-seater chairlift, and the mountain station was reconstructed as well. The chairlift’s highlight feature is the sheltered exit area. Depending on the wind direction, the exit that faces away from the wind is opened.

For further details on the chairlift’s construction, check out our construction blog.

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