Camps Bay

Grootkop Walk

Hiking Trails / Walks & Hiking in or near Camps Bay, Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town, South Africa.

Things To Do in Camps BayGrootkop Walk

Hiking Trails Walks & Hiking Atlantic Seaboard

Where? Start the walk from Theresa Drive in Camps Bay on the Atlantic Seaboard, Cape Town

When? Daylight hours.

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Camps Bay, in Western Cape

The Grootkop excursion is a favourite and the view from the top is spectacular.

Start the walk from Theresa Drive in Camps Bay and climb via Kasteelspoort which is the shortest route to Grootkop. After reaching the Back Table, use the Southern path along the ridge of the Twelve Apostles and this will lead to Grootkop. The ascent is marked with beacons.

Itís good to remember that the walks that start in Camps Bay have shade for longer in the morning!

Please Note:
Please remember the mountain can be moody and the weather can turn quickly. You should always carry a light but warm jacket with you, as well as plenty of water and sunblock. Try not to walk on your own and always have a fully charged cell phone with you.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Camps Bay

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