Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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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 ...

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 ...

Hiking in and around McGregor

Where? McGregor
There are numerous hiking trails in the McGregor are that are well worth exploring. The Kleinberg trail for example, is within walking distance of town, and is an easy 2 hour walk in the surrounding hills. The ...

Running and Hiking the Cape

Where? Fish Hoek
As well as all the cycling activities on offer at Cycle the Cape, we also offer various runs and walks around the Cape. Being a sub 3 hour marathon runner we can facilitate a wide range of distances and ...

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 ...

Loerkop Hiking Trail

Where? Greyton
Greyton offers the 3 kilometer Loerkop hiking Trail which will take you about 1 hour 30 minutes to complete. The route startson the low bridge on Krige Road where you can often see kingfishers sitting on the ...

Hiking in the Robberg Nature Reserve

Where? Plettenberg Bay
Robberg Nature Reserve is a charged booster of outdoor living - incredible scenery, views over shoreline and sea, a thriving Cape fur seal colony, a huge diversity of bird life, and uniquely beautiful ...

Five Bay Trail

Where? Paternoster
28 kilometres in 2 and a half days: One of five trails developed in the West Coast Biosphere Reserve, the Five Bay Trail explores the coast between the fishing villages of Paternoster and Jacobsbaai. The ...

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 ...

The Botterboom Hiking Trail

Where? Worcester
Pack the right gear and embark on the Botterboom Hiking Trail. This two and a half day hike begins at the Veldskoen Padstal and you must obtain a permit from here before you start the trail. The first day ...

Three Sisters Walk

Where? Kleinmond
A moderate walk of 16 km, the Three Sisters Walk is a there-and-back hike that will take you roughly 5 to 6 hours to complete. Three Sister is a favourite amongst locals hikers and tourists, because of the ...

Antoniesgat Trail

Where? Cape Point
Start: Turning circle just south of Buffels Bay Beach (Cape Point Nature Reserve) Finish: Buffels Bay Beach Duration: 3.5 km, roughly 2 hours (depending on the fitness of the group and how often you ...

Knietjieshoogte Walk

Where? Greyton
The Western Cape Province is a magnificent part of South Africa, and ultimately rewarding for those that love the outdoors. Greyton and its nature reserve is a fairly remote part of this province, and are ...

Hike to Blackburn Ravine

Where? Hout Bay
Start: East Fort car park, not far from the tollbooth at Chapman’s Peak Drive on the Hout Bay side Finish: turn back at any time, as it’s a there-and-back hike, or you can park another car at the Chapman’s ...

Hike And Picnic At Bontebok National Park

Where? Swellendam
Just a mere 6 kilometres from Swellendam is the Bontebok National Park. It is the ideal spot for a beautiful day hike and picnic. This area is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom and is abundant in exquisite ...

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