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Hiking Lion's Head Sunset
Don't leave Cape Town without a sunset hike up Lion's Head. The summit of Lion's Head offers a 360 degree views, the city light and maybe the moon sighting!
Lion's Head Signal Hill trail run
Lion's Head Signal Hill trail run It Is easily accessible from the city, it starts at the base of Lion's Head and goes toward Signal Hill in a figure of eight. Lion's Head Signal Hill trail run offer spectacular 360 degrees views of the Atlantic seaboard, the West Coast, Table Bay, the city, Table...
India Venster
Hiking Table Mountain via India Venster Our Table Mountain Hike start behind the lower cableway station heading right up the Mountain. The first ten minutes of the hike are steeper until you reach the contour path. Table Mountain Hike via India Venster is not a straight forward hike, sticking to...
Hiking Table Mountain
This scenic route starts from Camps Bay and ascends on the western side of Table Mountain, the Twelve Apostles. Admire the majestic 'Apostles' before starting the more serious hike up the gorge. Stop to take in the panorama of the Atlantic Ocean, Camps Bay, Lion's Head and Robben Island. On...
Table Mountain Trail Running
Who ever dreamed of trail running on Table Mountain, famous around the world for its extraordinarily rich, diverse unique flora and singular land formation.The area forms part of the Cape Floristic region and support a high diversity of flora. Our Table Mountain trail running tours are mostly along...
Lion's Head Sunset Hike
If you were hiking Lion's Head at a time of day when the sun was low and behind you and climbed high enough Lion's head to look down into a mist, you might have witnessed the shadowy figure of the Brocken Spectre. It’s your own shadow that you see, cast on the surface of the mists below, surrounded...
Lion's Head hike in Cape Town
Lion's Head Sunset Hike The Lion's Head Sunset Hike is one of my favourite hike in Cape Town, It is right in the middle between Table Mountain and Signal Hill . The mountain peaks at 669 meters above sea level. An early legend has it that some of the first Portuguese navigators hike Lion's Head and...
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