Lion’s Head reopens with new rules


Lion's Head
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Lion’s Head has been closed since June due to visitors who didn’t comply with COVID-19 regulations.

SANParks, which manages Table Mountain National Park, announced the re-opening of Lion’s Head along with these restrictions:

  • Social distancing of 1.5m must be maintained
  • Users accessing the summit must wear their masks at all times
  • Users must sanitise their hands before and after making use of the staples, ladder and chain area
  • Picnicking and gathering in social groups are not allowed

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According to the announcement, rangers will be positioned at various entry points to check that users are compliant with Covid-19 regulations while controlling the number of people accessing the trail. SANParks has warned that if people fail to adhere to the regulations, a possible re-closure will be considered.

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