Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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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 ...

Rim of Africa Hike

Where? Clanwilliam
Start: Clanwilliam Finish: George (or anywhere in between) Duration: 56 days, 650 km Fitness: super fit Our tip: Rim of Africa holds an annual Summer Escape into the mountains for matriculants who have ...

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 ...

Orange Kloof Hike

Where? Constantia
Start: Constantia Nek parking area Finish: where you started Duration: 8 km, roughly 5 hours, but you can adapt the hike to suit your group Fitness: you need a good pair of boots and a fair fitness as there ...

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 ...

Sirkelsvlei Walk

Where? Cape Point
The circular Sirkelsvlei Walk showcases Cape Point, the oceans and the landscape off ideally. It is a rather wild trail that starts with a steep incline, but then eases out. The entire route measures 7.5 ...

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 ...

Cape Point to Cape of Good Hope Trail

Where? Cape Point
The spectacular blues and greens of the ocean crash on cliff faces and lap lazily on stretches of beach along this beautiful part of the South African coastline. The trail that takes visitors along this ...

Badskloof Trail

Where? Montagu
Montagu’s Badskloof Trail is the pathway that goes between the famous hot springs, and Eyssenhuis / Ou Meul at Joubertpark. The trail extends for a manageable 2.2 kilometres, and takes approximately one hour ...

Maermanskloof hiking trail

Where? Greyton
Start: lower end of Nerina Street at the old Cape Nature Conservation camp, Greyton Finish: lower end of Nerina Street Duration: 5 km, roughly 3 hours Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: remember hats ...

Helderberg Farm Blue Route

Where? Somerset West
The name Helderberg means “clear mountain”, and this mountain range is aptly named, as the dramatic peaks glint and shimmer in the sunlight, beneath the blue of the high South African skies. The Helderberg ...

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 ...

Leopard's Gorge Hiking Trail

Where? Kleinmond
Start: Kogelberg Nature Reserve Finish: Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens Duration: 6km, roughly 4 hours Fitness: moderate, this is a good one for families with children Our tip: if you can, stay ...

Limietberg Hiking Trail

Where? Paarl
The Limietberg Hiking Trail is nestled within the Boland mountains in the heart of the Cape Winelands in the Western Cape. This is a fabulous, but moderately challenging trail that usually takes about two days ...

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 ...

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