Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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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 ...

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 ...

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, ...

Maltese Cross Walk

Where? Cederberg
In order to walk to the Maltese Cross in the Cederberg you will need to collect a permit which you can do at the Dwarsdrivier Farm, alternatively from the Algeria Forest Station. From there you can follow the ...

Hike the Otter Trail

Where? Nature's Valley
The Otter Trail follows the magnificent Garden Route coastline from Storms River Mouth to Nature's Valley in the Tsitsikamma National Park. The trail is 42,5 kms long and takes 4 to 5 days to complete. 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 ...

The Perlemoen Trail

Where? Gansbaai
Start: De Dam Finish: Die Plaat Duration: 3 days with an optional 4th and 5th days Fitness: relatively fit but there are easy options for each day Our tip: there are one or two-day options as well, and you ...

Rock-Hopper Trail

Where? Bainskloof
If you are feeling energetic, adventurous and up for a good challenge, then while in Bainskloof make sure you join the fun yet grueling rock-hopper trail. This 6 kilometer trail leads you up or down a ...

Bobbejaans River Trail

Where? Wellington
A short distance of 10km from Wellington will see you to the Bobbejaans River Trail which is 9km in totally and should take approximately 6 hours to complete, fitness level dependant. You’ll find yourself ...

Hoerikwaggo Hike

Where? Cape Town
Start: Cape Town Finish: Cape Point Duration: 87.9 km, 5 days Fitness: difficult Our tip: you can opt for shorter Hoerikwaggo trails if the full 5-day adventure is too long or heavy going This ...

Lots Wife and Window Rocks

Where? Cederberg
The Cedarberg Mountain Range in the Western Cape is simply exquisite, emitting a mysterious beauty and allure all its own. The magnificence of this huge range is breath-taking, and continues to draw visitors ...

Suicide Gorge and Riviersonderend

Where? Grabouw
Start: Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve Finish: Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve Duration: a 17 km circular route, which easily takes 9 hours; start early so that you return before dark Fitness: let's ...

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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