Table Mountain Guided Walks
Guided mountain walks and climbs Why you need a guide, Table Mountain is a wilderness area, and can be extremely dangerous. Every year we see fatalities on the mountain caused by people losing their way, falling and various other accidents
The mountain is a sacred space and there’s nothing that can ruin the experience as having to share it with a thousand other tourists when doing the “usual” routes. There are however hundreds of ways of climbing the mountain, and our expert guides will share their secret spots and knowledge with you.
We offer various grades of climbs, from simple walks (“A” grade hikes), to “B”, “C” and “D” grade scrambles, right through to traditional climbs. Whatever your skill level, we have something for you!
Security on the mountain is paramount and our guides will ensure your safety at all times. Our guides have thousands of hours of experience all over the mountain and can pick routes best suited to your skill levels, weather conditions on the day and various other factors.
Table Mountain forms part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, a UNESCO World Heritage Site – our guides can educate you on the incredibly diverse flora and fauna to be found. Did you know that there are more varieties of indigenous plants in the Cape Floral Kingdom than in any other place of the same size on the planet! There are almost 10 000 plant species in the Cape Floral Kingdom and more than two-thirds of them can be found nowhere else on Earth.
If you’re a plant lover, why not join Warren, our flora guru, for an adventure not to be missed. Warren can guide you to specific orchids, for example the red Disa when it’s in season, as part of your hike.
Your safety is our #1 priority. Our experienced, accredited mountain guides will make sure your experience is a safe one!
We're reaching the end of a wonderful summer, and conditions right now are perfect for hiking. No excuses, time to get the hiking kit out and come and experience something magical. Come with us, and discover the soul of Table Mountain.
The rains that fall in Cape Town during winter transform our mountain. Dry ravines from summer become fast flowing rivers with waterfalls everywhere!