The Mérida Cable Car or Mukumbarí is the world’s highest cable car system. Its base is located in the Venezuelan city of Mérida. It is the highest and second longest cable car in the world. Mérida Cable Car is a journey of 12.5 kilometres, reaching a height of 4,765 metres. It is made up of four cable cars moving across 12.5 kilometres over the rocky terrain between the city of Mérida and the Espejo Peak. Each section of the route has two lanes. In each lane, there is a cable car that has a capacity to transport 36 passengers. The cable car is owned by the Venezuelan State and is under responsibility of the Vice-Ministry of Tourism.