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Guided by Mike, a fully owner-operated service, will guide you on hikes, scrambles and climbs throughout the Table Mountain range, the Cape Peninsula and wider afield in the Western Cape. Born and raised in Cape Town, and passionate about scampering up mountains and sharing his extensive experience and knowledge of the mountain, Mike will accompany you on hikes designed for all types. He knows the mountain like the back of his hand, and will lead you safely up those well-worn favourites, or spirit you away to those spellbinding nooks and lookouts, away from the usual tourist routes, to get the full splendour and magic of the Table Mountain experience.

You tell him what you’re after, and he will gladly design a mountain experience to suit your tastes, ability and fitness level. And if you’re unsure what it is you want, contact Mike now and he’ll guide you through the options.

Now is the time to discover more of the amazing nature in our backyard!
Contact Mike for more details on hiking and scrambling on Table Mountain and the Cape Peninsula, all priced to suit the South African market.

Table mountain overlooking Camps Bay

Table Mountain


Table Mountain offers the full range of walking, scrambling and climbing routes, from easy strolls to steep, demanding rock climbs, all within easy reach of the cosmopolitan city centre. The entire mountain chain spans the length of the Cape Peninsula

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Zebra at Cape Point

Cape Point


A visit to the Cape of Good Hope, the proud south-western tip of our vast continent, is an absolute must. For a feeling of pleasant isolation, and getting away from it all, this is the place for a half-day meander.

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Hiking in the Cederbrg

Cederberg


The spectacular sandstone wilderness of the Cederberg mountain range boasts a vast network of trails, and plenty places where one can hike and camp in the pristine mountain environment. If roughing it is not up your alley, there are riverside

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Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.

John Muir

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