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Looking back on 2015

  • 29 December 2015

And so another year comes to a close, and what a year it’s been! We at the Harties Cableway would like to thank all our visitors for making 2015 so memorable …

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Love on top

  • 05 February 2015 | Kolosa Vuso

The Harties Cableway is a popular choice for couples looking for a romantic getaway. In fact, the entire town of Hartbeespoort has been voted as one of the 10 most loved Valentine’s getaways by TravelGround.

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Harties Cableway on a winter’s afternoon; a photo essay

  • 18 July 2013 | Tara Turkington

Since its reopening after a major refurbishment in 2012, the Harties Cableway has quickly become an iconic South African attraction. It’s only an hour or so’s drive from Johannesburg or Pretoria, and is a perfect way to spend a morning or afternoon.

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A wedding at the top of Magaliesberg

  • 13 February 2013

We might be celebrating Love on the Mountain with Steve Hofmeyr this Friday, but Jacques and Hester Barnard beat us to it when they exchanged wedding vows at the top of Harties last weekend.

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Love is in the air at Harties Cableway

  • 17 January 2013

A night under the stars, looking out over the lights of Magaliesberg from the mountaintop with that special someone ... sound like a great way to spend Valentine’s Day?

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Go wild at Harties

  • 16 January 2013 | Daphney Mngomeni

Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie who lives for adventure or a lover of Mother Nature’s beauty, then “Gauteng’s playground” – Harties – is the perfect place for you.

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The world’s cableways: Part 4

  • 11 January 2013 | Kate Rau

Think you don’t have a reason to travel to Armenia? Think again. Armenia is home to the world’s longest non-stop double track cableway, the Tatev Aerial Tramway. Designed by Garaventa (Switzerland), the world record-holding 5.7-kilometre cableway connects Halizor village to the secluded and medieval Tatev Monastery, traversing the Vorotan River Gorge.

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The world’s cableways: Part 3

  • 18 December 2012 | Kate Rau

An aerial cableway is known by a different name in countries across the world.  Also called an aerial tramway, a cable car, a ropeway or an aerial tram, this lift system by definition uses one or two ropes for support and another rope for propulsion to propel a cable car (or cabin) from one end of the line to another.

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Time travel – what did the Magaliesberg look like millions of years ago?

  • 10 December 2012

The Harties Cableway is located in the beautiful Magaliesberg, renowned for its natural beauty and rich history – and what a history it is!

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The world’s cableways: Part 1

  • 26 November 2012

There’s nothing quite like a cable car ride. Here are a few from around the world that captured our attention…

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The Harties Cableway is open

Rates

Return trip

Price increase from 1 November 2015

Adults R195

Children (4-14) R115

Under-fours go for free

School group bookings only

Primary R50

Secondary R90

Teachers R130

Please contact our office 012 253 9910

Registered tour guides and operators

Annual tickets R895 (unlimited access to the mountain for 1 year during operational hours). Please contact our office.

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 R120!

Please note that the Harties Cableway operates weather permitting. Contact us for more information.

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