Cape Town Walks & Hiking

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Sterna Hiking Trail

Where? Arniston
The Sterna Hiking Trail invites visitors to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of Arniston in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The trail itself is seven kilometres long, and takes about three hours to ...

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 ...

River Walk & Picnic at Doolhof Wine Estate

Where? Wellington
Meandering through Doolhof Estate is the picturesque Kromme River. The River Walk, which was created in 2007, allows visitors to enjoy the scenic views on offer at Doolhof. One can follow the meandering path ...

Follow the cobble stone road

Where? De Waterkant
A history paved in pebbles, a stone throw from the ocean, grounded on the mountain rock; De Waterkant (the Water side). Count the blessings of the Cape while counting your footsteps on the cobbles that link ...

Gifkloof Trail

Where? Greyton
The Gifkloof trail is a dog-friendly running, hiking, mountain-biking and horse-riding trail, running alongside the river in Greyton. Start the trail at the junction of lower Regent Street and Vlei Street, ...

Middelberg Waterfall Walk

Where? Cederberg
Start: Algeria forest station campsite Finish: Algeria forest station campsite Duration: 6 km, roughly 3 hours return (but allow for time at the waterfall) Fitness: easy but there is a moderate climb; ...

The Disa River Waterfall

Where? Bettys Bay
Within the surrounds of the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens is the Disa River trail. This visually appealing trail leads you to the Disa River Waterfall, a magnificent and quite special feature. ...

Shipwreck Trail

Where? Cape Point
Cape Point was once a beacon of danger for sailors negotiating the African coastline. This is testified to by the shipwrecks that remain behind, ghostly and eerie in their deathly isolation. The Shipwreck ...

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 ...

Kings Block house to Kirstenbosch

Where? Cape Town
Start: parking area at Rhodes Memorial Finish: Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens Duration: 6 km, roughly 3 hours one way Fitness: moderate Our tip: end your hike at one of the two restaurants at Kirstenbosch ...

Garden Tour at Cellars Hohenort

Where? Constantia
The exquisite gardens of The Cellars-Hohenort Hotel, nestled in the verdant winelands of Constantia, Cape Town, are nothing less than breath-taking to see. Colours erupt as clivias and roses bloom; and ...

Truitjieskraal Interpretive Trail

Where? Cederberg
Start: Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve Finish: Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve Duration: a morning, the trail is short Fitness: this is not a difficult trail Our tip: you will need a high-clearance vehicle as ...

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 ...

Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area Hiking Trails

Where? Porterville
Start: Cape Nature's wilderness area near Porterville Finish: in the reserve Duration: 1 hour – 6 hours Fitness: easy to challenging Our tip: hike in groups and make sure you have a map of the area with ...

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 ...

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