Kasteelspoort to the Cableway

This route starts by heading up the jeep track from the stunning Camps Bay or Atlantic Ocean side of Table Mountain. It connects to the historical Pipe Track and Kasteelspoort which is a steady climb up a beautiful ravine with massive buttresses flanking both sides of the ravine. Halfway up is a nice break spot […]

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Tranquility Cracks

Starting on the beautiful Camps Bay side of Table Mountain you’ll wind your way onto the historical Pipe Track around a couple of the 12 Apostle buttresses with views of Lions Head & the Atlantic Ocean below. This route takes us through some of the rare, afromontane forest on Table Mountain and ascends one of […]

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Constantia Nek Circular

This route starts on the backside of Table Mountain where you can either ascend the easy way up the jeep track or a more adventurous way up Constantia Corner with a few bits of scrambling(using your hands and feet to climb up). You can expect spectacular views over the Constantia Winelands, Hout Bay, part of […]

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Lions Head

This is a favorite ‘value for time’ hike in Cape Town. Rising 700 metres above sea level, Lion’s Head offers 360º panoramic views of Cape Town’s city bowl, Table Bay and the Atlantic Seaboard with its flashy neighbourhood’s of Clifton and Camps Bay and their turquoise blue waters.

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India Venster to the Cableway

This challenging and adventurous route takes its names from India Ravine which resembles the shape of India on a map when seen from the city, and Venster which is a framed window in the rocks offering views of Devil’s Peak. Even though the city is visible from all sections of this hike, one can often feel a million miles away from the hustle and bustle below.

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