Cape Town Walks & Hiking

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Explore the unique Fossil Trail

Where? Worcester
A little known fact in Worcester is a unique fossil trail. What makes it different is that the fossils can be explorer with touch, opening the world of fossils to the blind and deafblind people. The late ...

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 ...

Liesbeek Parkway green corridor

Where? Newlands
One virtually has to be a member of the Friends of the Liesbeek to be aware of this hidden gem of Cape Town. Unbeknownst to them, Capetonians can actually spend time strolling along the trail that lies along ...

Kanna Biodiversity Route

Where? Start in Calitzdorp
The Kanna Biodiversity Route is a rural tourism route created by Open Africa as a way to draw attention to the lesser-known gems, and old favourites, of the Klein Karoo and Route 62. Kanna, or Sceletium ...

The Silverhurst Trail

Where? Constantia
This route has the same starting point as the Spaanschemat Trail, opposite Peddlars On The Bend. This route will take you off Spaanschmat Road and up Brounger. The route runs behind the Silverhurst Estate ...

Loverswalk

Where? Montagu
Loverswalk in Montagu is a short trail that showcases this part of the beautiful Western Cape. It is a 500 metres walk, also known as Mayor’s Walk, and takes one along the Keisie River banks. It is nestled ...

Cape Winelands Walk

Where? Somerset West
This self-guided, fully-catered walk through the sumptuous winelands of the Cape has two options. The slackpacker hike is seven days, but there is a shorter version over four days. Most of the paths are ...

Moonlight Meander

Where? Sedgefield
No sunblock required for this trail! The moonlight Meander or Starlight Stroll as its known by some is an extremely popular walk that you should book for in advance. The idea is that you go in the evening ...

Little Lions Head Trail

Where? Hout Bay
Start: Mount Rhodes Drive (left off Victoria Road when heading up Suikerbossie from Hout Bay to the city) Finish: back where you began Duration: an hour maximum Fitness: strenuous only for a short period, ...

Grootboschkloof Trail

Where? Constantia
With multiple starting points, you can join the Grootboschkloof Trail from the surrounding trails or begin at Strawberry Lane, Willow Road or on Firgrove Way at the bridge. However, there is not parking at ...

Walk on the Catwalk

Where? Muizenberg
Take a leisurely stroll tickling all the sea anemones in the rock pools along the way or take a brisk walk pacing your stride with the tide. The Muizenberg Catwalk is a shoreline walk on a level pathway ...

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), ...

India Venster hike up Table Mountain

Where? Cape Town
Start: at the cable car behind the tour buses Finish: at the top, if you're going to take the cable car back down Duration: three to four hours Fitness: relatively fit as there is a lot of scrambling Our ...

Hike the Whale Trail with Africasunroad

Where? Bredasdorp
Drink in the exquisite southern Overberg of the Western Cape when Africasunroad Tourism takes you on the hike of a lifetime. The Whale Trail Hike is in the gorgeous De Hoop Nature Reserve, just three hours’ ...

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 ...

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