Project: With Suddeutsche Zeitung to the Top of Germany – 360 Filming

With Suddeutsche Zeitung to the Top of Germany – Today it went to the top of Germany. Our mission goal was to take a 360 degree video of the new “Zugspitz cable car“.

Two fully glazed high-capacity cabins transport up to 580 passengers per hour to the peak, banishing queues to history. Along the journey, they traverse the world’s highest steelwork pylon for aerial tramways at 127 metres, the world’s greatest overall height difference of 1,945 metres over one section as well as the world’s longest unsupported span, measuring 3,213 metres. Three incredible records – without even mentioning the magnificent panoramic views offered by the spacious cabins with floor-to-ceiling glazing. Thanks to heated windows, unobstructed visibility can also be enjoyed in bad weather. Views extend even as far as Munich on clear days.

Here are a few impressions:

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The Journey to the Top of Germany
Simply is as simply does – The equipment for this Project.
For such a view one likes to take a short break before going to the mission site.
Today’s Team arrived on the mission site.
The team in the elevator

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The Journey to the top of Zugspitze
Now it’s going up.
What a great view!
The Station
One should not underestimate the thin air up there.
Our lunch just before the explosion.
Ninja Style!
This is what it looks like when the world lies at your feet.
Simply wonderful.
Skiers and snowboarders cavort at the middle station. But the way up is closed due to construction work.
There it goes up now.
Now that we were at the source, Cagatay Oezbay could climb the Zugspitze at his own risk.
It was not that easy, because the ladders and safety ropes were snowed in and partly frozen.
It was exhausting but at least it was enough for a wink from the top of Germany.
And we have so far only seen such a view from the plane. Furthermore, the photo was taken directly on the border between Austria and Germany. Because one side of the mountain is in Austria and the other side is on Germany.

All in all, an action-packed project in which we also fulfilled personal wishes. It is fabulous when you can approach projects in this way. At this point we would also like to thank the service staff of the peak or cable car. Without them all this would not have been possible.

Mission “With Suddeutsche Zeitung to the Top of Germany” completed successfully.

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