This hike ascends the Twelve Apostles at the back of Table Mountain along Corridor Ravine, one of the more gradually ascending routes, but which offers majestic views of the Twelve Apostle Mountain Range dropping into the Atlantic Ocean, all the way to the top.
Once on top, we go on to discover the hidden gem of interlinking slits and rock fractures, called Tranquillity Cracks. We explore the labyrinth of corridors, passing ancient yellowwood trees to find some really interesting viewpoints across Camps Bay.
We carry on passing some magnificent ancient Tree Mimetes which have survived many mountain fires, we stop at the famous 'Diving board' rock formation for some picture perfect photo opportunities and head back down via the mountain via the Kasteelspoort trail.
DISTANCE - 9.4 km
ELEVATION GAIN - 640 m
DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 2A - Intermediate to strenuous on-trail hike, no exposure or need to use hands
STANDARD-PACED HIKE - Up to 6 hours is the standard duration for this hike
SLOW-PACED HIKE - Guests preferring a slower pace, can book a 7 hour hike
LOCATION - Cape Town, South Africa
START/END - Circular hike, starts and ends at the Kasteelspoort Hike starting point on Theresa Avenue, Camps Bay
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Coffee/tea included. Other drinks/snacks and transport are excluded and can be arranged at an additional fee.
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