All in all, it was an excellent way to celebrate National Get Off Your Butt And Actually Hike Up India Venster, Table Mountain.
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Coming down the other side of Kalk Bay Peak and discovering we’d come along the path from Echo Valley that we hadn’t taken last time.
St James Peak was one of our least eventful hikes. Nobody got lost, nobody got scared, and Alison didn’t even fall on her backside once. Also, we didn’t really find the peak of St James’s Peak.
A scribbled note left in a cave was the only clue hiker Mark Grobler, left before he disappeared in the Drakensberg Mountains.
SANParks is planning to deploy core people to try and make the mountain safe again for hiking
Tony Lourens calls Left Face-Mystery B ‘exciting and ingenious’, but I suspect that Cuzzie would call it other. Platteklip Gorge
Google Street View captures Cape Nature trails 360-degree Street View including South Africa’s top wilderness, cultural and historic sites.
One of the main goals of this hike was to convince Frank to come hiking again. Since his return from AfrikaBurn, he’d been using lame excuses to avoid us, like: ‘I have an ITB injury’. (Which, when we googled it, turned out to be nothing more than CrossFittish for a dicky knee.) So, once again, we got up […]
After we failed to locate some ‘vague cairns’, Martin decided that the obvious route out of Agatha’s Gully/Constantia Corner was to free-climb straight up the cliffs.
Blackburn Ravine was an easy one-way hike, with some nice views. And that’s about all anyone can reasonably be expected to say about it.