Palm Springs Aerial TramwayOneTram Way Palm Springs, CA
Discover exceptional natural beauty, romance and wonder at the Top of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, all amenitites you will need to create a most memorable wedding celebration.
If you are looking for a spectacular, beautiful even breathtaking location for your special day look no further than the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Located nearly 3 miles above the Coachella Valley with panoramic views of the desert and the cities of Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Indian Wells and Palm Desert, just to name a few.
Begin your journey into matrimony with a 10-minute ride aboard the Worldâ€™s largest rotating Tramway and the only rotating Tramway in the Western Hemisphere.
With three locations to choose from the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway has what it takes to make your wedding day memorable. Your choice may be the restaurant balcony overlooking the desert resorts. Perhaps you would prefer a rustic ski lodge feel offered in our private banquet room. For small weddings the Culver Nichols Balcony offers a backdrop of giant pine trees and majestic mountains.
You wonâ€™t have far to travel for your reception. The Francis Crocker Room can seat up to 136 and offers a rugged Alpine lodge feeling with a stone fireplace and giant pine trees just outside the windows. Intimate receptions are a perfect fit for the Culver Nichols Room with seating for 24 and a view of the Mount San Jacinto State Park. The fine dining restaurant offers seating for 100 people and offers a spectacular view of the desert floor. But thatâ€™s not allâ€¦ the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is transformed into a pristine snow covered playground during the winter. Try your hand at cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, enthusiasts have found the area to be unsurpassed in its challenging trails. During the summer months, when it is well into the 100s in the desert, the mountains offer more than 54 miles of hiking trails and guided nature walks as a pleasant alternative to chilling out. Remember itâ€™s nearly 40 degrees cooler at the top. Trails range from the awe-inspiring 5Â½ mile trek to the peak of San Jacinto, at 10,834 it is the second tallest mountain in southern California to the one-mile nature walk through picturesque Long Valley, located just behind the Mountain Station.
At the Mountains Station enjoy viewpoints, cocktail lounge, gift shop, Natural History Museum and two documentary style movies about the history of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and the Mount San Jacinto State Park.