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Space to Breathe: Hiking Trails We Can All Enjoy

From Knife’s Edge and Lion’s Head to Pipe Track and Krom River, secluded and lesser-known trails, plus hikes further afield in the Western Cape

Last Update: 07 January 2019

In a city where the most famous landmark is a mountain, it's only fitting that in this picture comes a wide selection of hiking and walking trails to discover and enjoy.

HIKING IN TABLE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK

TRANQUILITY CRACKS
There are caverns and caves called Tranquility Cracks in Table Mountain. The safest and easiest route is via Corridor Ravine. Begin at the Theresa Avenue entrance to the Pipe Track. Make your way to the single track. After the entrance to Slangolie Ravine (don't take this route), start looking out for Corridor Ravine. Just around the corner from the cave, in the next ravine is the steep Corridor Ravine. When you get to the top, turn left onto the hidden path at the large pile of rocks. If you can see Lion's Head peeking out the top,

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