South Africa Time Zone = GMT +1
If u see darkness look again later!
1 webcam at Lower Cableway station - wave at your friends online when you are waiting in line
1 webcam at Top Cableway Station - wave at the world from the top of Table Mountain
Take a cablecar up to the restaurant & viewing trails.
Plan your trip up Table Mountain by consulting the weather forecast, it will be most pleasant if the sky is clear and the wind is not blowing too hard. The Cableway closes in high wind conditions. To help you with a reliable weather report we have installed a very useful tool in the main left side menu bar from www.windfinder.com Check the forecast for the days you plan to try go up Table Mountain in the Cable Car, try to pick the day that has the least wind and the most sunshine forecast - it can be very cold up there even in Summer, so keep some warm clothes with you! If you are planning to hike up and take the Cable Car down then be aware of the changing weather patterns, hypothermia is one of the greatest dangers when hiking. See our Hiking Safety Tips for advice.
Daily weather information line at TMAC -Ph: SA + (0)21 424 8181.
TMAC Administration Office Ph: SA +(0)21 424 0015 /Fax: SA +(0)21 424 3792.
Send an SMS by mobile phone to friends worldwide and to tell them to watch you live online whilst you wave on the Webcam while you are either in the ticket que / or at the top of Table Mountain at the second Webcam.
Open daily - wind permitting. Hours in winter weather permitting. The first Table Mountain cableway station was opened on 4th October 1929. Since then it has transported in excess of 20 million people.
April to September = Winter hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm - (Last car down: 6:00pm)
October = Spring hours: 8:30am - 6:30pm (Last car down: 7:30pm)
November to March = Summer hours: 8:00am - 8:00pm (Last car down: 9:00pm)
The new rotating gondolas can carry 65 people and provide spectacular 360° views while rising to the summit of one of the world's most identifiable landmarks. At the top you will find 2km of unspoiled pathways and refreshments at the restaurant or bistro.
See "Climb Table Mountain" hiking guide
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