Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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Rust-en-Vrede Waterfall

Where? Oudtshoorn
Rust-en-Vrede taken from the Afrikaans expression for 'rest and peace' is true to its translation in setting. Indigenous plants and animal life flanks a trail of bridges and paths that lead you up the ...

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 ...

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 ...

Elsies Peak Walk

Where? Glencairn
Table Mountain is an international icon, a symbol of the Mother City of Cape Town. Locals love its looming consistency and the many changing views that it provides through the course of any given day. Elsie’s ...

Goukamma Nature Reserve Trails

Where? Sedgefield
The Goukamma Nature Reserve has a number of breathtaking trails (literally!) Stroll through the Milkwood forests and beach area where phenomenal dune vegetation grows. The coastline stretches for about 14 ...

Farmers Cliffs Trail

Where? Cape Point
Start: Smitswinkel Viewpoint parking area Finish: Buffels Bay beach Duration: 8 km one way (leave another car at Buffals Bay beach) Fitness: a fairly easy hike Our tip: get there early! (best to enter the ...

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 ...

Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy

Where? Stellenbosch
Amongst the many wine estates in the region lies the Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy. Renosterveld is a threatened type of vegetative habitat (like fynbos) that is in very low supply. It is threatened ...

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 ...

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, ...

Murludi Hiking Trail

Where? Tulbagh
The Murludi Hiking Trail consits of various walking trails in the northern part of the Tulbagh Valley. The wine valley is a stunning site, but especially from a height on the hiking trails. Enjoy crossing ...

Maltese Cross Walk

Where? Cederberg
In order to walk to the Maltese Cross in the Cederberg you will need to collect a permit which you can do at the Dwarsdrivier Farm, alternatively from the Algeria Forest Station. From there you can follow the ...

Piet Barbet Trail

Where? Oudtshoorn
When one pictures hiking trails in Oudtshoorn, one usually thinks of stark Karoo landscapes and dry landscapes but the 4.1 km Piet Barbet Trail takes hikers through the subtropical thicket of the Gamkaberg ...

Wupperthal Trail

Where? Wupperthal
Start: Pakhuis Pass Finish: Wupperthal Duration: 40 km, 3 nights Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: if the Grasvlei River is running too high, the hike may follow an alternative route on day 3 One ...

Duiwelsgat Hiking Trail

Where? Gansbaai
Start: Gansbaai harbour Finish: Klipgat caves, De Kelders Duration: 7 km, around 4 hours Fitness: easy, children can do this hike Our tip: this is a one-way trail, so you will need to arrange another car ...

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