update (08 June 2015): Chapman's Peak Drive remains closed to traffic indefinitely!
update (05 June 2015): Chapman's Peak Drive will remain closed this weekend!
Cape Town's Chapman's Peak Drive is currently closed due mudslides that occured on 31 May 2015. Clean up is in progess, but the drive will remain closed to the public at least until Friday (05 June 2015). Visitors should use Ou Kaapse Weg as an alternative.
Not looking good on Chappies, the road will be closed for a few days pic.twitter.com/NZRIrV9GNk— Chapman's Peak Drive (@ChapmansPeakSA) May 31, 2015
Clean up in progress on CPD pic.twitter.com/BgksdRQXnT— Chapman's Peak Drive (@ChapmansPeakSA) June 1, 2015
Chapman's Peak Drive is a scenic 9km route between Noordhoek and Hout Bay along the western flank of the Chapman's Peak, a mountain on the western side of the Cape Peninsula, located about 15 kilometres south of Cape Town.