Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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The Harkerville Hike

Where? Plettenberg Bay
The two day Harkerville hike starts gently; following paths through the forest that criss cross over horse and bike trails. However, the hard work starts as you reach the chain section. Not for the faint ...

Cape Winelands Walk

Where? Somerset West
This self-guided, fully-catered walk through the sumptuous winelands of the Cape has two options. The slackpacker hike is seven days, but there is a shorter version over four days. Most of the paths are ...

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 ...

Cederberg Odyssey Trail

Where? Cederberg
Start: Cape Town Finish: Cederberg Mountains/Cape Town Duration: 7 days (3 days hiking and 3 days biking) Fitness: fit both to hike and bike on off-road terrain, covering about 35 to 70 km a day (no ...

Hiking in and around McGregor

Where? McGregor
There are numerous hiking trails in the McGregor are that are well worth exploring. The Kleinberg trail for example, is within walking distance of town, and is an easy 2 hour walk in the surrounding hills. The ...

Salmonsdam Mountain Trail

Where? Stanford
The Salmonsdam Mountain Trail is situated in the nature reserve of the same name; close to the whale watching capital of South Africa, Hermanus. This area is scenic and inviting, popular for its peaceful ...

Duiwelsgat Hiking Trail

Where? Gansbaai
Start: Gansbaai harbour Finish: Klipgat caves, De Kelders Duration: 7 km, around 4 hours Fitness: easy, children can do this hike Our tip: this is a one-way trail, so you will need to arrange another car ...

Outeniqua Hiking Trail

Where? George
Set in the gorgeous Garden Route, this one of the most popular hikes, and one of the oldest. A seven-day trail in its entirety it starts at Beervlei Hut, an old forest station, and finishes at Harkerville ...

Hiking in Koeberg Nature Reserve

Where? Melkbosstrand
There are two hiking trails in the Koeberg Nature Reserve. You will be able to pick up a good map and birding pamphlets at the info kiosk. The Dikkop Trail is a circular walk (9.5 -23.3km) (meanders up ...

Walk the Palmiet River Trail

Where? Kleinmond
Walk the Palmiet River Trail in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve: The River Trail is on the R44 between Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond, about 100kms from Cape Town. Located in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, this ...

Swart Tobie Trail

Where? Lutzville
Start: Koekenaap, adjacent to Lutzville Finish: Koekenaap Duration: 5 days, 80 km Fitness: moderately fit Our tip: watch the incoming tides as there are sections where you may be trapped by water, and low ...

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 ...

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 ...

The Alphen Trail

Where? Constantia
The Alphen Trail is possibly one of the most popular of the green belt walks of the Constantia Valley. The walk can start at either end, but most people park their cars on the bend of Alphen Drive that ...

Salt River Mouth Hiking Trail

Where? Natures Valley
Start: near the tea room in Natures Valley Finish: circular route Duration: 5 kms Fitness: moderate Our tip: get your map and permit from the office at De Vasselot campsite Natures Valley takes you into ...

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