Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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Swartberg Hiking Trail

Where? Prince Albert
Experience the magic of the Swartberg Mountain Range on this awesome hiking trail. The Swartberg Hiking Trail is a challenging route that takes two days to complete. The first day covers 12.8 kilometres, 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 ...

Hiking in Matroosberg Reserve

Where? Ceres
Hike in the Matroosberg Nature Reserve, 35 km’s east of Ceres. The trail is approximately 13 km up the Matroosberg Mountain, running along the 4x4/ mountain safari route that reaches the Matroosberg Peak. The ...

Explore the Silvermine Nature Reserve

Where? Silvermine Nature Reserve
The Silvermine Nature Reserve forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and is an important conservation area for indigenous fynbos vegetation. Entrance to the Reserve is at the top of Ou Kaapse Weg where ...

Carl Thunberg Route

Where? Riebeek West
Start: Pulpit Rock Winery, north of Riebeek West on the R311 Finish: back where you started Duration: 2, 3 hours Fitness: moderate Our tip: you can get your permit from the Riebeek Valley Tourism on the ...

Rim of Africa Hike

Where? Clanwilliam
Start: Clanwilliam Finish: George (or anywhere in between) Duration: 56 days, 650 km Fitness: super fit Our tip: Rim of Africa holds an annual Summer Escape into the mountains for matriculants who have ...

Kirstenbosch to Constantia Nek Hike

Where? Constantia
The trail from the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens to the picturesque heights of Constantia Nek shows off much of the lush beauty for which this part of the Mother City and the Cape Winelands is known. ...

Attakwaskloof Hiking Trail

Where? Oudtshoorn
This hike is officially closed, according to the Footprint hiking club, although the Western Cape Nature Conservation Board will apparently still allow those hikers who have already walked the trail to book it ...

Lions Head Walk

Where? Cape Town Central
Like Signal Hill, the walk to the top of Lions Head is popular with both tourists and locals alike. Generally the walk takes about 90 minutes and is fairly manageable although there are a few chains and ...

Boesmanskloof Hiking Trail

Where? Greyton
Start: McGregor or Greyton, Cape Overberg Finish: McGregor or Greyton Duration: 14 or 28 km, 1-2 days Fitness: moderate to difficult (you need to be fit) Our tip: in Greyton there is plenty of ...

Eden to Addo Hike

Where? Addo
The Eden to Addo hike is considered by some as the longest, if not the toughest hiking trail in South Africa. Regarded as a 'mega' hike, the Eden to Addo entails an 18-day haul from Knysna to Addo and the Addo ...

Truitjieskraal Interpretive Trail

Where? Cederberg
Start: Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve Finish: Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve Duration: a morning, the trail is short Fitness: this is not a difficult trail Our tip: you will need a high-clearance vehicle as ...

Peers Cave Hike

Where? Fish Hoek
Most people get to Peers Cave, above the dunes of Fish Hoek, in a fairly dignified manner, albeit a steep one. There is, after all, a fairly logical and easy to find path hewn for hikers that leaves a park­ing ...

Hiking in the Swartberg Pass

Where? Prince Albert
Lindsay arranges a hiking permit and then drives you into the Swartberg Pass with a picnic lunch, a bird list and map and you hike back down to Malva Draai, where beers or soft drinks will be cooling in the ...

De Hoop Vlei Trail

Where? De Hoop
When visiting the beautiful De Hoop Nature Reserve spend some time exploring the De Hoop Vlei Trail which is 19km long and is an excellent example of a highly productive ecosystem. It is also a Ramsar site ...

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