Looking for a great trail in Table Mountain National Park, Western Cape? AllTrails has 75 great hiking trails, running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 40 moderate trails in Table Mountain National Park ranging from 1.5 to 9.1 miles and from 68 to 3,166 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
8 days ago

beginning of this trail put me off. the trail starts off on a busy road and has trash all over the ground and a strong unpleasant smell. it is clear that vagrants have been living there. the trail isn't very well marked and felt very unsafe leaving my car there/ hiking this trail. It is a pity due to the fact that it is a loop and dog-friendly but too dangerous.

I would recommend this trail to frequent, somewhat experienced hikers. The hike is dog friendly up until the first waterfall - then it becomes more strenuous, slippery and narrow. Obedient dogs might manage. The hike is mainly wooded and shaded by trees and cliffs up until you reach the top of the mountain. Then it remains exposed. There are a few places on the way down where they have bar and rope assistance, and can be somewhat slippery on misty days. To finish the 8.8km takes a total of 6 hours. Would 100% reccomend for people looking for good excercise and beautiful views.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
17 days ago

We went on a hot day an accidentally started at the cable car. It was very challenging!

hiking
no shade
rocky
17 days ago

Beautiful trails. Started up Kasteelspoort and ended coming down Corridor Ravine, via tranquility cracks. Corridor can be a bit of a difficult descent for the first 15-20 mins (lots of loose gravel). Nothing hectic, though, and spectacular views to take in.

Beautiful trail! I did this hike with my friend when the sun was already in the sky but on a cooler day. it's a challenging, entirely uphill trail that's pretty busy and most groups we were walking with had to stop along the way. I suggest starting early, and taking plenty of water. We are two mid-20s females and felt safe the entire journey.

Paths are well maintained, navigation is easy to follow. This isn't the hardest trail in the world but you'll feel it. I enjoyed looking at all the caves and rocky areas this trail had. Dogs are allowed and I enjoy that could do a short trail with them. I went on a Saturday afternoon at around 16H00 and did not find it too busy across two groups. The trail is rocky and mostly shade.

Great route. We (moderately fit 40+) did it in about 4 hours. Ravine is steep and some bits of the walk are quite technical but also lovely and shaded. Stunning views over Cape Town. We missed a few turns here and there, but there were usually other paths to follow fairly close by. Route isn’t too busy, which was nice.

hiking
1 month ago

Great and easy trail. Sunset from Signal Hill is beautiful. Dog friendly.

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Murderous opening 2km or so: steps, steps and more steps. Does mean you gain altitude swiftly and are rewarded with a beautiful elevated position and sweeping views in almost 360 degrees (and a much easier return journey). Quiet trail, well constructed but in need of a little TLC at the moment to maintain and keep clear. Jan 2020

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Très belle randonnée. Très facile au début. Devient un peu plus difficile passer la première échelle, et plus abrupte lorsque vous avez le choix de passer par les chaînes ou le petit détour. Très beau pound de vu au sommet. Partie tôt 7h am vous pouvez profiter alors d’une bonne portion a l’ombre sur un des versent.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Super ascension vers Sommet. Tout plein de marche en roches assez tout le long. Belle vue sur la ville en montent et au sommet. Apporter quand même minimum 1L d’eau.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Starting at Kloof Nek parking instead of closer to the start of the Diagonal route adds a nice 45-minute "warmup" to the hike--only a few extra km, and a beautiful walk. Be sure to stop at the cave before rounding Porcupine Buttress and take in the views. The scrambles on the Diagonal are (for the most part) balanced out with fairly flat sections, so there is usually a respite between climbs. The longest scramble is up Porcupine Ravine, but the views are phenomenal. Turning the route into a loop and returning via Kasteelspoort is a nice alternative, and makes the return a bit more interesting. Both trails are hot in summer and have very little shade; please be careful to bring enough water. :-)

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