Cape Town Walks & Hiking

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Hermanus Cliff Path

Where? Hermanus
The cliff path at Hermanus is one of the town's most beautiful features. It meanders for 11 km along the rugged coastline, between the New Harbour to the west, and Piet-se-Bos, just beyond Grotto Beach, to the ...

Kalk Bay to Boomslang Cave Hike

Where? Kalk Bay
Start: Echo Valley sign Finish: Echo Valley sign Duration: 4 km, roughly 2 hours (but allow for stops and cave exploration) Fitness: easy Our tip: if you are claustrophic, then the caves aren't for you – ...

Interact with Elephants at Buffelsdrift

Where? Oudtshoorn
Day visitors and guests at Buffelsdrift Game lodge are invited to join their 3 baby elephants for an early morning or late afternoon walk around the waterhole and watch the sun set on the horizon. The ...

Liesbeek Parkway green corridor

Where? Newlands
One virtually has to be a member of the Friends of the Liesbeek to be aware of this hidden gem of Cape Town. Unbeknownst to them, Capetonians can actually spend time strolling along the trail that lies along ...

Fernkloof Nature Reserve Hiking Trails

Where? Hermanus
Within the nearby Fernkloof Nature Reserve, there are approximately 50km of well maintained trails through the fynbos that covers the hills and mountains that encircle the town, offering visitors the ...

Aasvoëlkraans Hiking Trail

Where? Montagu
The Aasvoëlkraans hiking trail is situated in the picturesque Western Cape area of Montagu. Although it covers only 3.2 kilometres, it may take a little more than an hour to complete. It begins on Riebeeck ...

Wheels of Time Trail

Where? Darling
146 kilometres in 4 days: As its name suggests the Wheels of Time trail, one of five trails in the Cape West Coast Biosphere, is a back road cycling trip from Mamre to Darling, Elandsfontein Farm, the West ...

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 ...

Boesmanskloof Hiking Trail

Where? Greyton
Start: McGregor or Greyton, Cape Overberg Finish: McGregor or Greyton Duration: 14 or 28 km, 1-2 days Fitness: moderate to difficult (you need to be fit) Our tip: in Greyton there is plenty of ...

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 ...

Lions Head Walk

Where? Cape Town Central
Like Signal Hill, the walk to the top of Lions Head is popular with both tourists and locals alike. Generally the walk takes about 90 minutes and is fairly manageable although there are a few chains and ...

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 ...

Spaanschemat River Trail

Where? Constantia
Starting just opposite Peddlars On The Bend, head off in the direction of Tokai. The route runs parallel to the Spaanschemat River and Strawberry Lane. You will go past Constantia Waldorf School and can ...

The Brommersvlei Walk

Where? Constantia
This is a great walk to take your furry friends on. Starting at Rathfedder Avenue you will trundle along here until you get to the Bel Ombre Meadow. This is a beautiful green and luscious spot where the ...

Kirstenbosch Tree Canopy Walkway

Where? Newlands
A steel and wood canopy stands in amongst the trees of Kirstenbosch. Erected to celebrate Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden's centenary the 'boomslang', as it has become known, rises from the ground at a gentle ...

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