Gondolas Might Be Returning to Disney World!

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How the gondolas would connect the two resorts to the two parks.

Permits have been filed to possibly bring an advanced gondola system to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

If Disney follows through with these plans, two theme parks and two resorts would be connected.

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Epcot France

In all, the multiple permits filed yesterday are related to the following:

Epcot France to Disney’s Boardwalk Resort

Disney’s Boardwalk Resort to Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort to Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

The plans show a gondola transportation skyway system that can travel a good distance across the huge WDW property.

WDW Magic forums broke it down on the map above as follows:  The yellow squares on the map feature the actual gondola stations/stops while the blue squares signify the L-turns to change direction. The orange lines detail the cable routes the gondola cars will travel.

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The Boardwalk.  The resort is just to the right on this photo.

We’re most excited about the possibility of the Epcot France gondola connecting to Disney’s Boardwalk Resort!

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