Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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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 ...

Berg River Canooze

Where? Velddrif
The Berg River Canooze, one of five trails that take place within the Cape West Coast Biosphere, is a relatively easy downstream kayak from Hopefield to Velddrif, with farm stays en route. The emphasis of ...

Rod's Trail

Where? Bettys Bay
Betty’s Bay is a very special part of the Western Cape, exuding an unspoilt beauty that is truly memorable. Rod’s Trail winds its way through this splendour, showing off the magnificent combination of ...

Guarrie Trail

Where? Oudtshoorn
Oudtshoorn is a cultural hub, and known as the home of the ostrich. Being part of the Karoo, its landscape is unique. Although somewhat arid, it remains beautiful, sometimes eerily so in places. It provides a ...

Darling Stagger

Where? Darling
25 kilometres in 2 and a half days: One of five slackpacking trails in the Cape West Coast Biosphere, the Darling Stagger emphasises food and wine, together with a walk and a cycle that allow one to ...

Pakhuisberg Day Walk

Where? Cederberg
Start: Kliphuis campsite Finish: Kliphuis campsite Duration: 13 km Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: This is one of the routes mapped on the new version of the Peter Slingsby Hike The Cederberg map ...

Bobbejaans River Trail

Where? Wellington
A short distance of 10km from Wellington will see you to the Bobbejaans River Trail which is 9km in totally and should take approximately 6 hours to complete, fitness level dependant. You’ll find yourself ...

Red Hill Footpath Hiking Trail

Where? Scarborough
The Redhill Footpath Hiking Trail is a scenic trail in Scarborough, the small village that has almost become incorporated under the larger umbrella of Cape Town. The entire area is known for its quiet serenity ...

Pieter Cruythoff Route Trail

Where? Riebeek Kasteel
Start: stile to the north of the memorial on Bothmanskloof Pass Finish: back where you started Duration: 2, 3 hours Fitness: moderate Our tip: you should have permission from Meerhof farm to do this ...

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 ...

Lots Wife and Window Rocks

Where? Cederberg
The Cedarberg Mountain Range in the Western Cape is simply exquisite, emitting a mysterious beauty and allure all its own. The magnificence of this huge range is breath-taking, and continues to draw visitors ...

Helderberg Farm Blue Route

Where? Somerset West
The name Helderberg means “clear mountain”, and this mountain range is aptly named, as the dramatic peaks glint and shimmer in the sunlight, beneath the blue of the high South African skies. The Helderberg ...

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 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 ...

Koumashoek Circuit

Where? Mossel Bay
The Koumasoek Circuit is a hiking trail for the fit and experienced hiker, due to its arduous and long trail. With steep climbs and 14.7 km long length, this trail is not for the faint-hearted, although the ...

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