Sorry, Alan, I have just posted about a gondola in the car-parking charges thread. More relevant here now. Adam
Copied from Parking thread:
A gondola would also, Alan, offer a magnificent experience to visitors, moving close above the Old Caledonian pines and then above the moor. A car park in the woodland would be sheltered, at low altitude, easily cleared by snow ploughs, screened by the trees, and with shops, restaurants etc beside it. That would be a good site for a first-class Visitor Centre that covers forestry, history, wildlife and the hills above. It was a poor idea to use taxpayers' money to construct specialist small visitor centres at the Foirestry Commission site at Glen More and at the Ptarmigan Restaurant.
Edited 1 times. Last edit at 21.46hrs Sat 20 Aug 11 by alan.