Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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Walking Zandvlei

Where? Muizenberg
Start: Imperial Yacht Club parking area (alongside the Sea Scout Base on Promenade Road) Finish: the yacht club, or halfway in Muizenberg Duration: 2 km one way, or 4 km return Fitness: anyone can walk ...

Genadendal Hiking Trail

Where? Genadendal
Start: Genadendal Moravian Mission Church Finish: Genadendal Moravian Mission Church Duration: 25.3 km, 2 days Fitness: fairly strenuous Our tip: take plenty of water with you during summer as it can get ...

Visit the Waenhuiskrans Cave

Where? Arniston
Waenhuiskrans (wagon house cliff) is the highlight of a visit to Waenhuiskrans Nature Reserve in Arniston. What makes the Waenhuiskrans Cave so exciting is the low-tide leap-and-a-bit to reach it, over ...

Tsitsikamma Mountain Trail

Where? Tsitsikamma
The Green Flag Certified Tsitiskamma trail is the first officially accredited hiking trail and will take you through mountain fynbos and the green, flourishing forests. The ancient river gorges and abundance ...

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 ...

Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area Hiking Trails

Where? Porterville
Start: Cape Nature's wilderness area near Porterville Finish: in the reserve Duration: 1 hour – 6 hours Fitness: easy to challenging Our tip: hike in groups and make sure you have a map of the area with ...

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 ...

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 ...

Hike the Vlakkenberg Mountain

Where? Constantia Valley
Spend a few hours over a weekend and hike the Vlakkenberg Mountain. Located in the Table Mountain National Park, Vlakkenberg is situated between Constantiaberg and Constantia Nek. Head off from the top ...

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’ ...

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 ...

Oude Skip Hike

Where? Hout Bay
Start: Eustegia Way, Hout Bay Finish: Eustegia Way, Hout Bay Duration: as long as you want it to be Fitness: moderate to easy Our tip: this is part of the Karbonkelberg Traverse, a seven-hour difficult ...

Wagon Trail

Where? Sir Lowrys Pass
If you want to see old ox wagon trails, stunning scenery and enjoy nature around you then you should visit the Wagon Trail on Sir Lowry’s Pass. In the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve above Sir Lowry’s ...

Elephant's Eye Cave Hike

Where? Constantia
Start: Silvermine Nature Reserve parking area, at the end of the road as close to the dam as possible (not easy, if you get there late); your Wild Card, or Green Card, gets you free entry (you can also hike ...

Swellendam Hiking Trail

Where? Swellendam
The Swellendam Hiking Trail, situated in the Langeberg, starts at the forestry station, 3km outside of the Swellendam town, and is of the few trails that many hikers are yet to conquer. Said to be the ...

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