Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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Dirtopia Full Moon Hike

Where? Stellenbosch
What could be better than a fabulous hike by the light of the moon. No need to worry about sun block on this one. Enjoy the sunset with views of table mountain and the Cape Winelands from Klapmutskop while ...

Sterna Hiking Trail

Where? Arniston
The Sterna Hiking Trail invites visitors to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of Arniston in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The trail itself is seven kilometres long, and takes about three hours to ...

Myburgh's Waterfall Ravine Trail

Where? Hout Bay
Start: Farriers Way (a cul de sac off Hunters Way) Finish: Suikerbossie restaurant Duration: 8 km, roughly six hours Fitness: moderate to fit Our tip: best to do the hike in winter if you want to see the ...

Outeniqua Hiking Trail

Where? George
Set in the gorgeous Garden Route, this one of the most popular hikes, and one of the oldest. A seven-day trail in its entirety it starts at Beervlei Hut, an old forest station, and finishes at Harkerville ...

Gifkloof Trail

Where? Greyton
The Gifkloof trail is a dog-friendly running, hiking, mountain-biking and horse-riding trail, running alongside the river in Greyton. Start the trail at the junction of lower Regent Street and Vlei Street, ...

Cederberg 100 Trail

Where? Cederberg
Start: summit of Pakhuis Pass Finish: Driehoek Resort in central Cederberg Duration: 9 days, 8 nights, 100 km (roughly) Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: if you are a seasoned hiker, you won't find ...

Badskloof Trail

Where? Montagu
Montagu’s Badskloof Trail is the pathway that goes between the famous hot springs, and Eyssenhuis / Ou Meul at Joubertpark. The trail extends for a manageable 2.2 kilometres, and takes approximately one hour ...

Lower Gobos Walk

Where? Greyton
The Western Cape is renowned the world over for its spectacular scenery. Mountain after imposing mountain rolls into deep gorges and lush valleys, interspersed with vineyards and orchards. This splendour is ...

Middelberg Waterfall Walk

Where? Cederberg
Start: Algeria forest station campsite Finish: Algeria forest station campsite Duration: 6 km, roughly 3 hours return (but allow for time at the waterfall) Fitness: easy but there is a moderate climb; ...

Skeleton Gorge and Nursery Ravine Walk

Where? Constantia
This walk starts in Kirstenbosch Gardens and is in shade through the forest. There are a few sections of rockfall and ladders are provided to help climbers were needed. Once at the top (near the dam), ...

Klein Krakadouw Trail

Where? Clanwilliam
Start: Pakhuis Pass Finish: Jan Dissels River valley Duration: 12 to 24 km, 2 or 3 nights Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: this is a great hike for those who don't want to do too much walking, ...

The Alphen Trail

Where? Constantia
The Alphen Trail is possibly one of the most popular of the green belt walks of the Constantia Valley. The walk can start at either end, but most people park their cars on the bend of Alphen Drive that ...

Two Oceans Hike

Where? Cape Point
The Two Oceans Hike is also known as the Sirkelsvlei hike. Start: the gates of Cape Point Nature Reserve Finish: Olifantsbos beach, on the other side of the peninsula Duration: 9 km one way (leaving a ...

Hiking on Mosaic Sanctuary

Where? Stanford
Whether you prefer a gentle walk along the lagoon edge or a day long hike into the mountains, you will find beauty and fascination along the path. Thirty kilomeres of hiking roads on Mosaic will lead you ...

Hike the Perlemoen Trail

Where? Pearly Beach
The Perlemoen Green Flag slackpacking trail, centred around South Africa’s famous Great White shark cage diving and whale watching capital of Gansbaai, consists of three days’ hiking (with alternative shorter ...

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