News – Behind the scenes
The original Harties cableway operated for 32 years before shutting down. Originally constructed in 1973 using materials supplied by Swiss manufacturing company GMD Müller, the cableway entertained countless visitors from around the world, giving them a bird’s eye view of the Hartbeespoort Dam and surrounds.Continue reading »
How do you get 350 000 tons of building material up a mountain to reconstruct the longest mono-cableway in Africa, while still remaining environmentally conscious?Continue reading »
Did you know that the Harties Cableway is on Facebook, Flickr and YouTube, as well as tweeting away on Twitter?Continue reading »
After a short ride to the top of the mountain by cable car, you’re greeted with sweeping views of the surrounding hills and valleys. One of the more prominent sights is, of course, Hartbeespoort Dam, which dominates 2 062ha of the valley.Continue reading »
The Harties Cableway is open
R140 per adult
R80 per child (four to 14)
Buy tickets online and save!
Webtickets cost only R120 per adult, and R70 per child.
We regret that no food, drinks or pets may be brought to the cableway. Pensioners, present your SA identity document at the ticket office and only pay R100! Please note that the Harties Cableway operates weather permitting. Contact us for more information.
Fri - Sunny. High: 23 Low: 12