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The Harties Cableway company has reassured visitors that the correct emergency procedures were followed and no lives were endangered on Saturday when the cableway experienced a mechanical failure in the lower station, resulting in three gondolas with guests being stranded on the line.Continue reading »
There’s no better way to celebrate the festive season than to drive out to Harties Cableway. We’re open seven days a week and offer lots of fun and adventure for the whole family. We’ve also extended our operating hours to make sure you have even more time to enjoy everything on offer.Continue reading »
Sunday 9 October was a momentous occasion for the Harties Cableway when 623 visitors headed up the mountain, many of them making for our newly opened Look Out Bar at the top.Continue reading »
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 …Continue reading »
This weekend, Harties Cableway will be celebrating its second birthday since its grand reopening in July 2012.Continue reading »
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.Continue reading »
June is nearly over, which means you only have a few days left to enter the first round of our photo/video-of-the-month competition.Continue reading »
Have you taken any amazing photos or videos of the Harties Cableway? If so, we’d love you to share them with us. In fact, we’re so keen to see them that we’re offering a monthly prize of two return tickets for the best photo or video shared on our social networks.Continue reading »
What better way to teach students about the geography and history of a place than by visiting it? This is the idea behind school excursions to the Harties Cableway, where learners and educators are invited to experience first-hand the largest mono-cableway in Africa.Continue reading »
The Harties Cableway recently hosted a group of eight teachers from Parktown High School for Girls. The educators, who teach history, geography and social sciences to the Grade 11 and Grade 12 pupils, were amazed by the educational facilities on offer, and say they can’t wait to bring their pupils on excursion up the Harties Cableway.Continue reading »
The Harties Cableway is open
Price increase from 1 November 2015
Children (4-14) R115
Under-fours go for free
School group bookings only
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.