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 ...

De Hoop Trail

Where? De Hoop
Start: De Hoop Nature Reserve Finish: De Hoop Nature Reserve Duration: 2 days, 3 nights Fitness: moderate – the walking pace is gentle, but the walk can be long and sometimes uneven Our tip: go at the time ...

Caledon Wildflower Trail

Where? Caledon
The Caledon Wildflower Trail within the Caledon Wildflower Reserve, is a 10km hike through natural mountain fynbos, up to the summit of the Swartberg. The flora and fauna, including abundant bird life, is ...

Hike & Bike Adventure Tour

Where? Greyton
There are few places as beautiful as Greyton in the Western Cape. It is raw, unassuming and exquisite. And there are few better ways to celebrate it than by immersing yourself in the countryside that sculpts ...

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 ...

Bloukop Hiking Trail

Where? Prince Albert
The Bloukop Hiking Trail can be found near Tierberg in the Prince Albert area, on the Bloukop Mountain. The circular trail is moderate in difficulty, and owing to its length of 11km, staying overnight in the ...

Carl Thunberg Route

Where? Riebeek West
Start: Pulpit Rock Winery, north of Riebeek West on the R311 Finish: back where you started Duration: 2, 3 hours Fitness: moderate Our tip: you can get your permit from the Riebeek Valley Tourism on the ...

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 ...

Gabriël Trail

Where? Wuppertal
Start: Driehoek farm Finish: Wupperthal Duration: 4 nights, 40 km Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: September to the end of November is the best time to see flowering fynbos One of six hikes in ...

Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy

Where? Stellenbosch
Amongst the many wine estates in the region lies the Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy. Renosterveld is a threatened type of vegetative habitat (like fynbos) that is in very low supply. It is threatened ...

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 ...

Sterna Hiking Trail

Where? Arniston
The Sterna Hiking Trail invites visitors to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of Arniston in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The trail itself is seven kilometres long, and takes about three hours to ...

Cape Camino Hike

Where? Cape Town
The Cape Camino, like its counterpart in Spain, is a walking pilgrimage route around the Cape Peninsula. It is a way to explore this magnificent city and surrounds on foot instead of through the windscreen of ...

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