Quick tips

For greater convenience, buy your tickets online before you arrive. A morning ticket is valid between 08:00 and 13:00 (you don’t have to come down at 13:00 – you can stay longer, if you would like more time to soak up the experience)
The Cableway is generally quieter in the afternoon, so we encourage you to buy an afternoon ticket, which is valid from 13:00 onwards
Check out our Special Offers before you book to see if you qualify for one of our various discounted offers that run throughout the year
During busy times, the demand for parking is high – visit our page on Getting here for info on public transport or where to get dropped off
Hikers should only travel in groups, during the day, and take plenty of water and warm clothing. In bad weather the Cableway may be closed, so be prepared to hike down if need be. Read more on hiking
In the event of an emergency, call Metro Rescue on 021 948 9900
As the Cableway is weather-dependent, you cannot book a specific time to travel on it. But check on our status via this website or via Facebook and Twitter, or call our Weatherline on +27 (0)21 424 8181
Cape Town’s long, dry summer months between November and February provide the best conditions for visiting, and the Cableway operates later into the evening during this time. Check our operating times
Summer temperatures range between 15°C and 27°C, while Cape Town winters average between 7°C and 20°C. In general, expect mild winters and pleasant summers. Get a full weather forecast here
During summer, the sun can rise as early as 05:30 and set as late as 20:00, and in winter, it can rise as late as 07:50 and set as early as 17:45. Visit SAAO's website for a full timetable of daily sunrise and sunset times, and check our operating times
Conditions between the Lower and Upper Cable Stations can vary considerably. Please bring a warm jacket, sun lotion, good walking shoes, water, sunglasses and some spending money. And don’t forget your camera!
The Cableway is wheelchair accessible, and yes, some parts at the top are too. There is dedicated disabled parking. Check out our wheelchair map
With the exception of guide dogs, dogs (with or without a leash) are not allowed to travel in the cable car due to health and safety reasons
As Table Mountain is an urban park, please exercise the same commonsense and security precautions that you would anywhere else in the world. Do not hike alone on the mountain. Do not attract unwanted attention by openly displaying cash, cameras or other valuables

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