Looming large and welcoming you to Cape Town, whether you are arriving by plane, train, boat or automobile, is the iconic Table Mountain, one of the 7Wonders of Nature.

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On a sunny Saturday morning, many of Cape Town’s hiking trails are buzzing with activity. You’ll encounter different types of hikers and although not all of them can be pigeonholed, there are six types you’re bound to find. The fitness-fanatics The first time you see it you’ll have to pick your jaw up off the floor—while you’re sweating up a 45-degree…

With a mountain range as its backbone, Cape Town offers some of the most spectacular hiking routes in the world. Before you decide on a hiking route up Table Mountain, take a look at these tips to keep yourself safe an comfortable on our trails. Don’t hike alone A party size of four is recommended and if…

Hike on Table Mountain and you’ll be rewarded with a good workout, an exceptional view (if the weather plays along) and bragging rights to say you conquered one of the Seven New Wonders of the World. That said, a hike up Table Mountain should not be underestimated. The weather changes quickly and it’s a steep climb. Study our…

Calling all outdoor-loving mountain enthusiasts and the adventurous at heart: purchasing a Table Mountain Cableway Cable Card for R590 entitles you to one return trip in the cable car per day, weather permitting, for a year. So if you’ve found your happy place on the mountain or just love savouring the 360° views above the Mother City, there’s a Cable…

Capetonians have always gotten a little creative when it comes to naming parts of our city; maybe it’s the mix of cultures or maybe it’s just the fact that interesting names for things stick. The Dutch can take a bow for naming Lion’s Head. Before they dubbed it Leeuwen Kop, the English tried to claim it with the name ‘King…

The best views of Cape Town are from the Table Mountain Cableway, a unique and 87-year- old method of seeing the wonders of the city. Travel up to the summit of the majestic flat-topped mountain and be astounded by vistas of the Mother City, Robben Island and the Peninsula.

There are few better views in the world than what you’ll see on a late afternoon cruise along Chapman’s Peak Drive. The toll road ribbons along the Atlantic coastline between Noordhoek and Hout Bay and with every turn around the cliff’s edge comes another picture-perfect moment. Luckily, there are plenty of picnic stops along the way for ...

For over 10 years, Abseil Africa has been taking people on an adrenaline-filled journey down a number of cliffs and ranges, including Table Mountain.

Situated in the scenic Elgin Valley, Cape Canopy Tour sends visitors ziplining through the pristine Fynbos folds of a World Heritage Site. With 13 elevated platforms, a swing bridge and slides of over 300m in length, it’s no wonder this zipline canopy tour was named the 2nd Best New Attraction in the World by Lonely Planet in 2015.

Founded in 1995, Cape Mountain & Running Tours draws on a wealth of experience to provide you with memorable Cape Town hiking tours, routes and trails. While specialising in hiking the iconic Table Mountain, services also include trail running and mountain biking.

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