In the wake of the catastrophic floods that ravaged Uttarakhand in June 2013, Dev Bhumi Ropeways undertook a significant project to install, operate, and maintain ropeways under emergency situations at various flood-affected areas in Guptkashi. The project was carried out on behalf of the Office Commandant for Relief and Rehabilitation in Guptkashi, Uttarakhand.
The main aim of the project was to provide rescue and relief operations to people who were stranded in difficult-to-reach areas due to the floods. The ropeway system was designed to bear weight up to 1 ton and could transport people, supplies, and equipment to and from the affected areas quickly and efficiently.
Dev Bhumi Ropeways was responsible for the installation, operation, and maintenance of the ropeway system under extreme conditions In June 2013, a relief and rehabilitation mission was carried out by the Border Security Force (B.S.F) in which Dev Bhumi Ropeways successfully installed ropeways under emergency situations at various flood-affected areas.
The following ropeways were constructed:
- Mechanized trolley ropeway at Kalimath Temple (80 meters long, with a weight-bearing capacity of up to 1 tonne)
- Trolley ropeway at Runkot Casing Point (85 meters long, with a weight-bearing capacity of up to 1 tonne)
3. Trolley ropeway between Jaltalla and Chilond over Kaliganga River (135 meters long, with a weight-bearing capacity of up to 1 tonne).
4. Trolley ropeway between Syansu and Kotma Village over Kaliganga River (130 meters long, with a weight-bearing capacity of up to 1 tonne)