Eager hikers can once again make the climb up popular Lion’s Head. The mountain officially reopened to the public last week.
In a statement, South African National Parks (SANParks) announced the reopening comes with a host of protocols.
The popular trail has been closed since June 6 as the hike requires people to use chains and ladders to reach the summit, making these parts high-touch zones.
In a statement at the time, Table Mountain National Park explained: “Due to the nature of the trail, the inability of the visitors to maintain/practice safe social distancing and regular contact in the use of the chains and ladders, makes it a very high risk trail and unsafe to allow users to access the area.”
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