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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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Scene from above: Birds and blooms below the cableway

  • 26 September 2012 | Kate Rau

Calling all bird-watchers, or “twitchers”, and flower fundis … View the magnificent fauna and flora of the Magaliesberg as you look out from the Harties Cableway cable car. Explore biodiversity in bloom – from small creatures that dwell in the dappled forest, to giant mountain aloes.

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Cableway construction environmentally conscious

  • 20 September 2012 | Stuart Dickinson

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?

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Your role

  • 13 September 2012 | Harties Cableway

The Magaliesberg is a natural gem, brimming with heritage, fauna and flora. As custodian of a little slice of this beautiful area, the Harties Cableway is ever-conscious of the role it can play in ensuring the environment is preserved for future generations.

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


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