Hiking Trails in Cape Town

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Woodstock Cave Hike

Where? Woodstock
Start: Rhodes Memorial (you can also park in the last parking area, past the cable station, on Tafelberg Road on Table Mountain and approach the cave this way) Finish: Rhodes Memorial Duration: it takes just ...

Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Trail

Where? Porterville
Start: Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area, 35 km from Porterville End: where you start Duration: 1 to 5 days Fitness: moderate Our tip: there are self-catering houses within the wilderness that you can book ...

Goukamma Nature Reserve Trails

Where? Sedgefield
The Goukamma Nature Reserve has a number of breathtaking trails (literally!) Stroll through the Milkwood forests and beach area where phenomenal dune vegetation grows. The coastline stretches for about 14 ...

Muizenberg Circular Walk

Where? Muizenberg
This hike is relatively easy and suitable for children aged six and over. Grab your torch, camera, water and sunscreen and get ready for a fun adventure. Beginning on Boyes Drive at Baileys Kloof, you ...

Attakwaskloof Hiking Trail

Where? Oudtshoorn
This hike is officially closed, according to the Footprint hiking club, although the Western Cape Nature Conservation Board will apparently still allow those hikers who have already walked the trail to book it ...

Red Hill Footpath Hiking Trail

Where? Scarborough
The Redhill Footpath Hiking Trail is a scenic trail in Scarborough, the small village that has almost become incorporated under the larger umbrella of Cape Town. The entire area is known for its quiet serenity ...

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 ...

Lion's Head Hike

Where? Kloof Nek
As one of the best known and most popular hiking trails up Lion’s Head, this is a must for visitors to Cape Town that want to experience the true South African outdoors. This trail takes only one to two hours ...

Heuningvlei Jeep Track Trail

Where? Clanwilliam
Start: Pakhuis Pass Finish: Heuningvlei Duration: 12 km, roughly 5 hours Fitness: moderate to easy; children can do this hike Our tip: you do need a Cederberg Wilderness permit, which you can pick up at ...

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 ...

Platteklip Gorge Hike

Where? Kloof Nek
Table Mountain is Cape Town’s very own natural wonder. Its flat top and gorgeous rocky faces stand watch over the Mother City in elegant silence, beckoning explorers to experience the beauty of the Western ...

The Whale Trail

Where? De Hoop
Start: Potberg, De Hoop Nature Reserve Finish: Koppie Alleen, De Hoop Nature Reserve Duration: 54 km, 5 days Fitness: moderate to difficult (this is a relatively easy walk; you will need endurance to ...

Porcupine Ravine

Where? Camps Bay
Start: the Pipe Track, Theresa Avenue, Camps Bay Finish: Theresa Avenue Duration: half a day, although take a picnic and make a day of it Fitness: fit Our tip: don't venture up the mountain face without ...

Vlei and Veldt Trail

Where? De Hoop
Start: the restaurant at Die Opstal Finish: Die Opstal Duration: the shorter loop (red) is 6 km and very doable; the longer route (blue) just over 10 km Fitness: relatively fit; the shorter loop is not ...

Pakhuis Trail

Where? Clanwilliam
Start: Pakhuis Pass Finish: Pakhuis Pass Duration: 3 nights, 4 days, 40 km Fitness: moderate to difficult; whilst there is no scrambling involved there are steep mountain hikes and uphill walking ...

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