As the season changes the weather is cool and the sun is out and it is absolutely perfect hiking weather. So we decided to walk to Kanonkop. A hike in Cape Point, one that we have been past a couple of times while doing other hikes… but we have never been there just for the […]
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October 24th, 2016 · 4 Comments
September 28th, 2016 · 6 Comments
Another week and another hike through the Cape Point countryside. It is spring in our part of the world and the fields of flowers are magnificent… we really wanted to take a closer look. We weren’t the only ones out enjoying the warmer weather and we managed to spot dozens of animals that we don’t […]
September 18th, 2016 · 2 Comments
We decided to make the very most of last week’s free week with SanParks and head to the West Coast National Park to see the spring flowers… It has literally been years since we were last there and I am so thrilled that we had the opportunity to go again. The West Coast spring flowers […]
September 15th, 2016 · 6 Comments
We have been climbing Table Mountain for a couple of years now… it all began as a dream of one of my kids… the thing is, as a child I went up and down the mountain all the time, really: All.the.time. I walked my dog up and down the mountain every single day and it […]
September 8th, 2016 · 5 Comments
Once a year in the Spring SANParks, South African National Parks, has a free week so that folk from local communities can visit their local park. All you need to gain free entry into one of the parks on this list is your ID Document. Please check the link for any special terms and conditions […]
July 31st, 2016 · 7 Comments
It has been rainy all week and the gang have been itching to get outdoors and onto the mountains… we have also had scheduled on the calendar for months, a hike up Lion’s Head in celebration of Ranger Day on the 31 July. When we woke up it was dark and pouring with rain… Not […]
June 30th, 2016 · 7 Comments
We used to walk their a lot when our children were small and then for at least a year after the great fire this part of the reserve was closed and we haven’t been back there very much since then… … It is a lot easier than the many of the hikes folks push themselves through to get to the top of Table Mountain and if you are visiting Cape Town and looking for a family hike that is easily accessible and includes lots of fun little features… then this one ticks all the boxes.