July 07, 2014
100 Marvellous Things to Do During Winter in Cape Town
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“Like snowflakes, the human pattern is never cast twice. We are uncommonly and marvellously intricate in thought and action.”~ Alice Childress.
As winter brushes her blue cheeks across Capetonian skies, come and discover how people have weaved their lives through the tip of Africa, as you encounter both the uncommon and marvellous, from flames of restaurant fireplaces to dancing leaves in the Winelands, from the intricate tastes of coffee in art galleries to the smells of the great Atlantic crashing against Cape Point. Here are our top 100 things to do in Winter in Cape Town and surrounds.
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1. Weekend Glamping (Glamour Camping!) at Slangkop Lighthouse
With bedded tents, outdoor heated showers and a communal living area with a braai, kitchen and lounging area right on the shore of Kommetjie and the Lighthouse beaming away all night, this glamping experience combines nature with nurture!
Where? Lighthouse Road, Kommetjie
2. See a Girl Sawn in Half
And other weird and wonderful sights and sounds at the College of Magic in Claremont, the world’s only organisation of its kind in the world and our very own Hogwarts.
Where? 215 Imam Haron Rd, Claremont
3. Hipster Coffee with a Sons of Anarchy Twist:
House of Machines in Shortmarket Street has a trendy biker feel to it (is that even a real thing?) and is where you’ll find the cool kids of Cape Town sipping on their coolness.
Where? 84 Shortmarket Street, Cape Town
4. Franschoek Motor Museum
With over 220 gorgeous vintage vehicles, from Ferraris to Bentleys, Mercedes-Benzs, McLarens and Porches, prepare to be wowwed by car porn at the Franschoek Motor Museum.
Where? R45, Franschhoek 7690
4. Kite Boarding
Ramp over waves using only the wind and infinite amounts of coolness.
Where? Best Kite Boarding Africa, Shop 1 Portico Building, Athens Road, Tableview
6. Dine with Locals
Dine with a South African family and enjoy authentic cuisine in a warm and lovely environment.
Where? Dine With a Local, various locations
Soar 500m above the city, lauching off Lion's Head, experiencing the magic of 360 degrees of Cape Town!
Where? Cape Town Tandem Paragliding, Lions Head Path, Cape Town
8. Readers’ Den Comic Books
Check out their stores in Claremont and Tyger Valley, for all of the real life Big Bang Theory’s Sheldons! They host a killer mini-Comic Con aka Free Comic Book Day with costume contests and role play matches on the first Saturday of May each year.
Where? G10 Stadium on Main, Main Road, Claremont
9. Wine and Olive Oil Tasting
One of the oldest farms in South Africa established over 3 centuries offers award-winning wines and boutique olive oils.
Where? Saxenburg Wine Estate, Kuils River
10. Lunch in a Manor House
Sample the finest in contemporary cuisine in a Cape Dutch Manor House at the Zevenwacht Wine Estate.
Where? Zevenwacht Restaurant, Kuils River
11. Theatrical Dining
Dinner and a show at Richard’s Supper Stage & Bistro Theatre on the Bay, Kalk Bay Theatre and Alexander Bar and Café makes it worth leaving the blankets behind!
12. Bone Marrow at Societi Bistro
Another of the city's most loved restaurants, Societi Bistro has a fireplace to warm the chilly nights as well as world-class dishes.
Where? 50 Orange St, Cape Town
Contact: +27 (0)21 424 2100, www.societi.co.za.
13. Weekend on a Wine Farm
Another of Cape Town's unrivalled wine farms, D'Aria's little guest cottages offer the ultimate in serene getaways laced with cuteness and wine.
Where? M13 (Racecourse Road), Durbanville
14. Shroom Hunting
Go on a quest for exotic mushrooms (watch out, don’t eat them!) in Deer Park and have lunch at Deer Park café.
Where? 2 Deerpark Dr W, Cape Town
15. A Canopy Walkway
Walk above the treetops of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on the new Boomslang Aerial Walkway, with its gorgeous panoramic views of the mountain.
Where? Rhodes Drive, Newlands
16. Cuddles with Cheetah Cubs
Meet a regal cathlete at the Cheetah Outreach Centre. Tours are free. Cuddles from cheetah cubs are R160!
Where? Firgrove Rural, Cape Town
17. Rock Out with Your Socks Out!
Think biker dudes, Bon Jovi and Guns n Roses and awesome retro décor at the groovy Aces n Spades. The DJs tend to lose their shirts quite often because it gets so heated inside!
Where? Hout Street, Cape Town
18. The Oldest Wine-Making Route in the Southern Hemisphere
Dating back to 1685, Constantia Valley offers an intimate wine route consisting of 9 wine farms, each with their own impressive heritage and world-class wines.
Where? Groot Constantia, Klein Constantia, Buitenverwachting, Constantia Uitsig, Steenberg, Constantia Glen, Eagles' Nest, Beau Constantia and Silvermist
19. On the Rocks
Achingly beautiful views across the bay of Table Mountain and Robben Island on a peaceful beach, combined with seafood and a wonderful wine selection.
Where? 45 Stadler Rd, Bloubergstrand
20. One of South Africa's Best Restaurants
The Greenhouse won EatOut’s Restaurant of the Year in 2011. In 2012 they were again in the Top 10 at 8th and last year they got even more love at 4th, making them one South Africa's sexiest restaurants according to awards committees.
Where? 93 Brommersvlei Road, Constantia, Cape Town
21. Live Music and Comedy
Bay Harbour Market offers a festive shopping experience complete with hilarious live entertainment. Check out their vibey gig guide to see What's On.
Where? 31 Harbour Road, Hout Bay
22. Snoek Fishing
Get Hooked on Africa when you fish for South Africa's beloved Snoek (just try one on a braai and you'll know why!) 50km out in the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.
Where? Hooked on Africa, Hout Bay Harbour Road, Hout Bay Harbour
23. See Art Made out of T-Bags
Visit this cute project in Hout Bay which creates spectacular art from recycled tea bags. A community upliftment project, T-Bag Designs was founded on Eleanor Roosevelt's famous quote, "A woman is like a tea-bag. You only know how strong she is when she is put in hot water."
Where? Klein Kronendal, 144 Main Road, Hout Bay
24. Amarula Hot Chocolate, Rock Music and People Watching
At Mitchell’s Brewery, you'll find a festive mix of hot drinks, fabulous company and entertainment at the oldest brewery on the harbour.
25. A Harbourfront Emporium
Rub shoulders with venerable old captains and fishermen at the first harbour front emporium in the Southern Hemisphere, featuring shops, restaurants, markets and some of Cape Town's best seafood.
Where? Mariner's Wharf, Harbour Road, Hout Bay
26. An Island of Seals
Go on 40 minute cruise to marvel at thousands of seals in their natural environment on Duiker Island, finishing off with astonishing views of the ancient shipwrecks nearby.
Where? Drumbeat Charters, 20 Northoaks, Hout Bay
27. Rhodes Memorial at Sunrise
The Cecil John Rhodes' memorial, designed by Sir Herbert Baker, has an Egyptian feel to the imposing artifice, glorifying his vision for the African continent Rudyard Kipling's inscription reads: "The immense and brooding spirit still / Shall quicken and control. / Living he was the land, and dead, / His soul shall be her soul!" Experience it at sunrise.
28. A Romantic Getaway
Cosy up for a romantic weekend getaway at Chapman's Peak Hotel. A winner at TripAdvisor’s 2012 Traveler’s Choice Awards, the hotel is the grand old lady of seaside resorts on the Atlantic Seaboard, famous for its sublime calamari, overflowing seafood platters and its popular terrace overlooking the world renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive.
Where? Chapmans Peak Drive, Hout Bay
29. Your Mother's Comedy Club
Jou Ma Se Comedy Club (translation: Your Mother's Comedy Club) is Cape Town’s finest dedicated comedy joint, sure to give you the giggles with some of the sharpest and snarkiest names in the business!
Where? The Pumphouse, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
30. Art Exhibition in a Mansion
The iconic Winchester Mansions - a luxury seaside hotel - is currently showing Storm Thorgensen's graphic design and photography. Wednesdays are Ladies Nights, with complimentary cocktails and roses on arrival.
Where? 221 Beach Road, Cape Town
31. El Burro
A feisty Mexican restaurant serving up authentic food surrounded by memorable decor. Check out their special: half-price lunches on weekdays from 12pm to 5pm.
Where? 81 Main Road, Greenpoint, 1st Floor Exhibition Building, Cape Town
32. Girls’ Night at Beefcakes
Welcome to the best drag shows in town with ridiculously hot waiters seeing to your every need…and their burgers ain’t too bad either.
Where? 40 Somerset Rd, Cape Town
33. Cruise Round the Bay
Take an hour and a half trip through stunning Table Bay, home to whales, dolphins, penguins, seals, giant sunfish and a huge variety of pelagic bird life living and playing just beyond the breakwater.
Where? Cruise IQ, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
34. Mountain Biking (For Real)
Go up a real mountain with Cape Escape Mountain Biking Tours in a network of breathtakingly beautiful tracks suitable for any fitness level.
Where? 7 Garrick St, Greenpoint, Cape Town
35. Tribute Shows
Get your booty popping to the kings and queens of rock 'n roll at this extravagant piece of entertainment…and their pizzas are amazing!
Where? Shop F09, Willowbridge Life Style Centre, 39 Carl Cronje Avenue, Tygervalley
36. Explore, Taste and Photograph the City
Take a walking tour through the Cape Town Gardens, Greenmarket Square, the iconic Bo Kaap Buildings and finish off with a scrumptious Cape Malay Lunch, with photographic tutorials along the way.
Where? Cape Town Photo Tours, 15 Orange Street, Cape Town
37. Sand Boarding
Glide down the towering white sands of the Atlantis and Betty's Bay dunes and wipeout on a cushion of soft sand!
Where? Rock On Adventures, Bloubergstrand'
38. The Spa at Cape Grace
The service and atmosphere at this spa is elegance at its best, so take advantage of all it has to offer!
Where? W Quay Rd, Cape Town
39. Customised Running
Meet like-minded people when you join Energy in Abundance on one of their Big 5 running tours around Cape Town's city-scape and natural parks.
Where? Table Mountain, Camps Bay-Seapoint Promenade, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Constantia Winelands, Hout Bay-Chapman's Peak Drive
40. Fire an Assault Rifle
Gun down rat zombies with a .223 assault rifle at Gun Fun’s indoor shooting range in Green Market Square, or why not try out 007's famous Walter PPK on some mobsters?
Where? Gun Fun, 57 Hout Street, Cape Town
41. Explore the Old Zoo Below Rhodes Memorial
It's like a ghost town, except with lions and crocodiles!
Where? Table Mountain (Nature Reserve), Cape Town
42. Brandy Tasting
Gulp down the Urban Brandy Route at 20 different locations and share the spirit of one of South Africa's favourite dops.
Where? 4th Floor, Old Castle Brewery, 6 Beach Road, Woodstock
43. Take the kids to see the holiday productions at Artscape
Cape Town's premier theatre offers quality productions with beautiful costumes and world-class performances.
Where? D F Malan Street, Foreshore, Cape Town
44. Dim Sum at City Bowl Market
The City Bowl Market on Hope Street is indoors with an upstairs fashion section. They have a fantastic selection of fresh produce, at prices that are way below what you’ll find in grocery stores. We recommend the South China Dim Sum (they serve vegetarian options too).
Where? 14 Hope St, Cape Town
45. Milkshakes and Music at the Fire & Ice Hotel
Get our hot little hands on the best shakes in town in a this wierdly decorated hotel. To give you a taste, in Fire & Ice's smoking room the cigarette machines are shaped like tombstones and above you grieving family members at your funeral look down on your grave.
Where? 198 Bree St, Cape Town
46. Family Bike and Wine Tasting Tours
Mom and Dad get to sample the famous products of the beautiful Stellenbosch Winelands afterwards (don't forget the award-winning brandy) whilst kiddies can marvel at the Birds of Prey Sanctuary.
Where? Bikes 'N Wines Cape Town
47. Bookworm Burrowing
Curl up with your inner bookworm at the quirky Book Lounge in the Fringe and explore it's dark basement of classics.
Where? 71 Roeland Street, Cnr Buitenkant & Roeland Street, Cape Town
48. Porters Estate Produce Market
Out in the Constantia wine district, the Porter’s Estate Produce Market is known for its fresh produce. You can do all your weekly shopping from cheese and meat to bread and vegetables, while sipping on a steaming cup of moerkoffie with condensed milk. We recommend the Karoo Lamb to braai at home.
Where? 7025 Tokai Rd, Cape Town
49. Self-Drive Motorbike Tours
Take a self-drive tour around Cape Town on a Harley Davidson for the ultimate badass profile picture.
Where? Cape Bike Travel, 125 Buitengracht, City Centre
50. An Ostrich Farm
Take a guided tour of the Cape Point Ostrich Farm, devour some delicious ostrich fillet and then buy yourself some designer ostrich eggs or an ostrich leather bag.
Where? The Cape Point Ostrich Farm, M65, 400m North of Entrance to Cape Point National Park, Cape Point, False Bay Coast.
51. Pub Quiz For the Great Minds at Oblivion
This European-style wine bar with leather couches and a fabulous roof-top deck is always buzzing and their challenging pub quiz is a great option for a smarty-pants team of 4.
Where? Oblivion Wine Bar, 22 Chichester Rd, Cape Town
52. Jumping Sharks aka Air Jaws
Combine shark cage diving with shark breaching aka 'Air Jaws' with African Shark Eco Charters.
Where? False Bay, Simon's Town
53. Beach Riding
54. Camel Riding
Ride a majestically stupid camel, enjoy organic food and let your kids make friends in the Higgeldy Piggeldy Farmyard.
Where? Imhoff Farm, near Ocean View
55. Bicycle Tour through a Township
Find out what life is like on the other side of an air conditioned window and interact with real communities in Masiphumelele Township.
Where? AWOL Tours, V&A Waterfront Information Center Dock Road, Cape Town
56. Full Moon Paddle
Occurring only once a month, paddle out into the warm waters of False Bay and watch the majestic moonrise from behind the Hottentots Holland mountain.
Where? Sea Kayak Tours, Simon's Town Wharf, Simon's Town
From the Bat's Cave to the Smuggler's Cave to the Giant's Workshop and Elephant's Eye, explore Cape Town from the bottom up at any one of these glorious holes in the earth.
58. Learn to Surf
Get your boogie on with one of Cape Town's surf schools. Surf's up bro!
Where? Learn 2 Surf, Beach Road, Muizenburg
59. Sunset picnics on Signal Hill
The view. Need we say more?
60. Fufisliding and other Watersports
Waterskiing, waveboarding and fufisliding, embrace your inner waterbaby with a ton of kickass watersports at Blue Rock Waterski.
Where? Blue Rock Cable Waterski, Sir Lowry’s Pass, Somerset West
61. La Mouette
Impeccable fine dining at a fraction of the cost, La Moutte offers a six-course tasting menu for only R165. It was voted 7th best restaurant in South Africa in the TripAdvisor Awards in 2013.
Where? 78 Regent Road, Sea Point
62. Award-winning Olive Oil and Wine
Dating back to 1711, the Morgenster Estate brews internationally acclaimed Bordeaux-style wines and extra virgin olive oil of astonishing quality.
Where? Vergelegen Avenue, off Lourensford Road, Somerset West
63. The First Human Heart Transplant Project
Take a guided tour through the surgery theatres used during the first human heart transplant in 1967. Yes, it happened in Africa!
Where? Heart Transplant Museum, Groot Schuur Hospital, Main Road, Observatory
64. De Oude Bank Bakkerij
Baker Fritz serves artisan bread and coffee in his beautifully decorated restaurant, full of nostalgic, rustic cuteness.
Where? 7 Church Street, Stellenbosch
65. A Century Old Golf Course
Play a round of golf at one of Cape Town’s oldest and most prestigious golf courses (est. 1910), the 7 time host of the SA Open and 3 time host of the Bells Cup.
Where? Mowbray Golf Club, 1 Raapenburg Road, Mowbray
66. A World-Famous Artist
Check out the Irma Stern (1894-1966) exhibition. She was world renowned for her exotic figures, portraiture, landscapes and still lives on - in 2011 one of her paintings sold for R34 million at Bonham's, London. Not bad.
Where? Cecil Road, Rosebank
67. Haas Coffee
An art gallery that morphs into a coffee shop and back (there are bunny sculptures), tuck into some coffee and soulful rain watching with a hot date.
Where? 67 Rose St, Cape Town
68. A Ridiculously Pretty 200 Year Old Hotel
Over 2 centuries old, the gorgeous aristocratic Vineyard Hotel is situated in 6 acres of lush Newlands forest. There are 2 restaurants on the property, including the award-winning Myoga. Check out their luxury Winter Spa packages.
Where? Colinton Road (off Protea Road) Newlands, Cape Town
69. Sunday Lunch Buffet at the Cullinan
The elegant Cullinan Hotel offers some of the best value for money with desserts that are so posh they're almost too good to eat.
Where? Cullinan Street, Cape Town
70. A Design Centre
Visit the Montebello Design Centre on the Montebello Estate for a delicious lunch, shopping, the groovy art exhibitions or a design course.
Where? 31 Newlands Avenue, Newlands, Cape Town
71. Red Bus Sightseeing
Step on and step off the iconic Cape Town Red Busses to feast on the sights and sounds of the city. There are 17 bus stops in a circular route around the city with a route duration of approximately 2 hours.
72. A Local Brewery
Try Newlands Brewery's 8 famous beers on your tour through this over 200 year old Brewmaster's haven, in the shadow of Table Mountain.
Where? 3 Main Road, Newlands
73. Two Oceans Aquarium
There is a 2,000kg fish with a 4g brain. There are crabs that are over 1m tall and have legs that stretch 4m . There is 28cm thick viewing glass to keep the huger predators (the ones with serrated teeth) away from you. Here are all the wonders of the ocean for you to marvel at. Don't miss feeding time!
Where? Two Oceans Aquarium, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
74. The Old Biscuit Mill
Set in Woodstock’s up-and-coming art district, the Neighbourhood’s Market is one of Cape Town’s trendiest and best-stocked markets with everything from fresh produce to artisan coffee and beer, fashion and fresh flowers. The markets get very busy, so it’s best to go early (open Saturday mornings only). We recommend Luke Dale-Roberts’ potato rosti with bacon/salmon, poached egg and hollandaise sauce.
Where? 375 Albert Road, Cape Town
75. Pool, Beer and Dancing
Stones are all over the city, a perfect for joint anyone wanting to socialize on a budget (pool games are R5, ciders are R20). DJs usually start spinning the decks at 10pm most nights. Just hang out.
76. Artsy Movies and Coffee or Wine
At the Labia Theatre (named after an Italian princess, be still your dirty mind) At R40 for a ticket and being allowed to take your drink to the cinema, it’s like having your home experience amplified.
Where? 68 Orange Street, Cape Town
Perfect for a kids party, try whizzing down Cool Runnings' custom built tobboganning course!
Where? Cool Runnings, Durbanville
78. Resurrection Coffee at Truth
This groovy little steampunk coffee shop will blow your mind with their famous 'Resurrection' coffee. While you're at it, why not buy a bag of 'Antithesis' or 'Vengeance' coffee beans for a later date. Truth has warnings about airship pirates on the walls, Victorian brass pipes, cute little robots and super-trendy Capetoninans as decoration.
Where? 36 Buitenkant St, Cape Town
79. Champagne Sunset at Clifton
The swankiest beach in Cape Town is the location for many a model shoot - the clean white sand, turquoise waves and beautiful people are abundant. Sip some champagne as the sun sets on one of the city's poshest beach fronts.
Where? Clifton 4th Beach, Clifton
80. Pressure at Mercury Live
Unleash a rock-a-pocalyptic rampage at Mercury when you headbang to wall-shuddering base at this once a month underground electro party.
Where? 43 De Villiers Rd, Cape Town
The wine-tasting venue has a fireplace and an outstanding menu of cheese, breads and meats for you to nibble on. It's also absurdly pretty outside.
Where? Off Simondium Road, Klapmuts, Western Cape
82. Haut Espoir
One of the kindest and friendliest winemakers around, the owner Rob loves his wines and loves telling people about them. Book a distinctive wine tasting experience at Haut Espoir, by appointment only.
Where? 3 Excelsior Road, Franschhoek, 7690
Or how about some wine tastings at Nitida, hosted by the winemaker, RJ, also the farm’s owner himself. These wines have a different composition to the warmer Stellenbosch/Franschhoek wines, with flavours of green grass, apples and green pepper. While you’re there, book a table at Cassia and try the Springbok shank!
Where? Tygerbergvalley Road, Tygerberg Valley
84. Cute and Lazy Lunch and Coffee
Jason Bakery is a tiny bakery on Bree Street, where the owner, the eponymous Jason, bakes artisan bread and serves scrumptious sandwiches and very good coffee.
Where? 185 Bree Street, Cape Town
85. Bread & Wine
This cosy restaurant on the Moreson Estate (be sure to check out their marvellous orchid nursery) combines its interesting menu expertly with their Moreson wines and a range of champagne second to none. We recommend a cheese and charcuterie board with a bottle of bubbles.
Where? Môreson Farm, Happy Valley Road, Franschhoek
86. Mama Tembos
Mama Tembos offers authentic African cuisine and slow cooked soul food sprinkled with exclusively Capetonian dishes. Think grilled crocodile ribs, warthog ribs, springbok pie, ostrich kebabs, roasted quail and amarula crème brule!
Where? 150 Main Road, Sea Point, Cape Town
87. Liberisa Spa at Mount Nelson
A leading day spa in Cape Town, Librisa is situated at one of the city's favourite hotels. Treat yourself to a pamper session and then indulge in high tea.
Where? 76 Orange Street, Cape Town
Luxurious rooms, with custom-made baths in the middle of open-plan rooms, views of the turbulent sea and loads to do in the surrounding areas.
Where? 22 Harbour Road, Hermanus
89. Harbour House Restaurant
A favourite of many Capetonians, Harbour House Restaurant will warm your heart with its views of the ever-restless ocean and cosy fire places.
Where? Main Road, Kalk Bay, Cape Town
90. Kol Kol Mountain Lodge
Canadian style log cabins among the fynbos, includes a private wood-fired hot tub, stone fireplace and sweeping views of the Babilonstoren mountains.
Where? Near the Hottentots-Holland Mountain Catchment
One of the most picturesque landscapes in the Cape (and that’s saying something!), explore the rivers, mountains and wildlife and get some much needed spiritual refreshment among the rock pools.
Where? Bainskloof, Breede River Valley
Cape Town has some of the most dazzling hiking trails in the world and Winter’s sunlight and brisk mornings make these journeys all the more spectacular.
Where? Cecelia Forest, Devil’s Peak, Lion’s Head, Deer Park, Woodstock Cave, Silvermine East, Sandy Bay amongst others
Improvised comedy in the fine tradition of ‘Who’s Line is it Anyway?’, TheatreSports will perform some crazy antics based on the audience’s suggestions. They are at your mercy.
Where? Galloway theatre, Waterfront theatre School, Monday nights at 20h00
94. Whale Watching
Wave at a whale while it waves its tail at you! Get close enough for a spray from the blowhole or watch these majestic creatures leisurely from the coast during whale watching’s best season.
Where? Hermanus, Lamberts Bay, Plettenberg Bay or Mossel Bay
95. Bastille Day
Got a little French in you? Cape Town’s artistic French town Franschoek gears up all its legendary beauty and food for Bastille Day 12-13 July.
Where? Franschoek, Western Cape
96. Hit the Battlefield
Experience a new breed of military simulation with the infra-red laser tag war games of Battlefield Live SA. It’s like paintball without the pain!
97. Iziko Museums
Wander through the bones of ancient beasts and wonder at South Africa’s greatest artists, on display for ridiculously cheap entrance fees.
Where? 25 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town
98. The Spice Destination
Extravagant biltong, chocolate, ice cream and wine tasting at one of the most gorgeous and dynamic wine farms in the Cape.
Where? Suider Agter Paarl Road, Suider Paarl
99. South African Rugby Museum
This interactive exhibition pulls you into the dream of playing rugby for an obsessed and adoring nation, with games testing your handoff, reaction time, fitness, kicking and passing skills that kids and adults will love.
Where? V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
100. Climb Her Majesty Table Mountain
It's the ultimate Capetonian homage, the pilgrimage up the one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Did you know there's a beach up there? And a train? Find out more on your own winter adventure up one of the world's iconic bucket-list spots!
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