Table Mountain Cableway reopens after annual shutdown

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Cable-car operations at Table Mountain will resume this weekend. Passengers are again able to use the cable cars to travel up and down one of the world’s most beloved tourist destinations, starting this Sunday.

“We have been closed since late July to allow technicians to do very important annual maintenance work. It was the kind of work that could not be done while our cars were operational which is why we closed all passenger operations for these five weeks,” says Giselle Esau, Executive Manager (Brand and Marketing) at Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company (TMACC).

Normal cable-car operations will – weather depending – resume Sunday morning 28 August 2022. The cars will be operating between 8.30 am and 5 pm. The last car up will depart at 4 pm and the last down journey will depart at 5 pm.

Tickets are available at the lower and upper stations as well as via the TMACC website.

Anyone who celebrated their birthday during the time that the cable car was closed, will be able to make use of their free birthday ticket to use the cable car until the end of September.

For more information and weather-related service updates, visit or follow TMACC on your favourite social media channel.

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