Sunday Funday hike: Panoramic views, a cave and God’s Window

When hiking in the Mother City, you’ll never gaze upon the same majestic view twice. A different hue sprinkles magic over our eyes each time, a warm reminder that our city is breathtakingly beautiful. A kaleidoscopic experience that can only be found in one unique location: Cape Town. Also read: Two Western Cape hikes named among the top 35 best... Read more → The post Sunday Funday hike: Panoramic views, a cave and God’s Window appeared first on CapeTown ETC.

Sunday Funday hike: Panoramic views, a cave and God’s Window

When hiking in the Mother City, you’ll never gaze upon the same majestic view twice. A different hue sprinkles magic over our eyes each time, a warm reminder that our city is breathtakingly beautiful. A kaleidoscopic experience that can only be found in one unique location: Cape Town.


Also read: Two Western Cape hikes named among the top 35 best hikes in the world


Embark on a spectacular guided hike up St James Peak that’s sure to take your breath away – whether from the climb or the views, who knows? Upon summiting the peak, which lies at 507 metres, you’ll find that it’s a fulfilling hike that offers beautiful fauna and panoramic views overlooking Surfer’s Corner and False Bay.

And if marvelling at the abundance of beauty inside Muizenberg Cave is on your 2023 bucket list, then you’ll want to grab this perfect opportunity to embark on a rugged adventure before the year comes to an end.

Picture: Trail Fit SA / Facebook

Stop at the iconic God’s Window along the way for more astounding views of the coastline and mountains beyond.


Also read: Places to stay in and around Cape Town with hikes nearby to conquer 


Picture: Trail Fit SA / Facebook

Details:

  • Location: Boyes Drive, Muizenberg
  • Duration: It’s a 6km hike and usually takes approximately three to four hours to complete.
  • Difficulty: Intermediate – the trail starts off with a strenuous incline and then gradually ascends so it’s recommended that hikers have an average fitness level and some hiking experience or are naturally fit and exercise regularly.

Also read:

The Lion’s Head hike: A guide to Cape Town’s iconic trek

Picture: Trailfit SA / Facebook

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