Kloof Corner is a wonderfully rocky ridge climb, beginning at Tafelberg Road and leading up to the top of Kloof Corner Ridge, a freestanding buttress attached to Table Mountain. From there it joins up with the India-Venster route, eventually topping out near the Upper Cable station. Mike will ensure your safety on the scrambles with a rope. Perfect for the adventurous, with fantastic views of Lion’s Head, Camp’s Bay, the 12 Apostles and the world-renowned Robben Island.

Grade C
Time 3 – 4 hours up. Hiking down adds 2 hours.
Cost R1800 per person (minimum two people, and excluding Cableway fee). Hiking down adds R400 per person.
Difficulty This challenging route involves scrambling (basic climbing, and exposure to heights (cliff edges). You do not need climbing experience, but some strength and flexibility are required.

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Contact Mike for more details on hiking and scrambling on Table Mountain and the Cape Peninsula.