Tatever Ropeway is a 5.7 km cableway between Halidzor village and Tatev Monastery in the South of Armenia. It is the longest reversible aerial tramway built in only one section and holds the record for the “Longest non-stop double track cable car”. Construction was finished on 16 October 2010. The link allows year-round access to Armenia’s 9th-century monastery complex Tatev, one of the country’s most important religious centres and a major tourist attraction.
It runs from the village of Halidzor near a highway connecting the Armenian capital Yerevan to the village of Tatev, within walking distance of the monastery. With Wings of Tatev you’ll experience the shortest, most picturesque and impressive route to Tatev Monastery and the longest reversible cableway in the world (5752m), recorded in the Guinness Book of Records and just twelve minutes of unforgettable flight above the ravine of the fierce Vorotan River.