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Fire Flares on Table Mountain

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway was closed to the public from 27 - 29 January 2006 as fire swept the front face of Table Mountain from Platteklip Gorge to Lions Head.

Low Emission Zone

The Cableway is working in conjunction with the City of Cape Town to create a Low Emission Zone at the Lower Cable Station parking area.

The Cableway is nominated for the Imvelo Awards for Responsible Tourism

The Cableway was pleased and proud to be a finalist in the Imvelo awards in the category of “Best Overall Environmental Management Programme”.

Table Mountain Cableway sponsors the 2005 IAIAsa Awards

The International Association for Impact Assessment, South Africa, (IAIAsa) presented their awards at their annual conference in August, held at Thaba’Nchu, in the Free State. The Cableway sponsors a cash prize for the Best “Young Person”” Paper Award.

100 000th Class in the Clouds Learner

The Class in the Clouds promotion is an exciting and innovative school outing initiated to promote learning beyond the classroom.

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Co Closes for Annual Maintenance

Table Mountain Cableway will be closed for annual maintenance from 25th July 2005 until 7th August 2005. The Cableway will re-open for business, weather permitting, at 08h30 on Monday 8th August 2005.

Cableway Hits Milestone of 16 Millionth Passenger

Warm sunny weather and a breathtaking view of Cape Town formed the perfect backdrop to greet the 16 millionth passenger on Table Mountain Cableway.

Table Mountain Cableway sponsors the 2004 IAIAsa Awards

The International Association for Impact Assessment, South Africa, (IAIAsa) presented their awards at their annual conference in October 2004.

The Cableway Celebrates its 75th Anniversary!

On Monday, the 4th October 2004, the Cableway will have been operating for 75 years. This will be the start date for a month of special offers encouraging locals and hikers to celebrate Cape Town’s number one tourist attraction.