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All reviews granite rocks table mountain picnic area gravel road top of the rock stunning views walking shoes wildflower garden rock climbing well worth the effort botanical gardens busy weekend steep hike take photos entrance fee lovely walk ample parking
Having dropped my daughter at work in the town, I had a few hours to kill before pickup and my MTB in the back of the Discovery; what else could I do but head for the hills?
I drove up the road to the Paarl...More
We had a short 3 night itinerary around the Cape, this was our second stop - the mountain reserve is always a great place to visit, for close up views of Sugarbirds and Sunbirds. It is also very reliable for Protea Canary - we had...More
To climb on the massive rocks and enjoy the views is GREAT! It’s an relative easy and safe climb. See if you can find the canon?
Walking and driving in nature through the reserve is a very nice day out. Lovely to walk and see...More
Very much enjoyed our visit to Paarl Rock. Great views & rock formations. The signal canon remains on site. The first canon would be fired from Signal Hill in Cape Town to alert farmers that a ship had arrived seeking supplies. A series of canons...More
We have driven past Paarl rock hundreds of times - but this time we decided to check it out and we were extremely pleased. The reserve is in great shape and well looked after - vynbos is looking very healthy. There are two nice dams...More
Paarl is very hot in the summer so for the group I hike with these trails aren't suitable for summer, although if you make an early start it should be ok.
There's something for everyone here. The rock to climb, with some assistance from the...More
Living in neighbour town Wellington i get to drive towards this Mountain every day.
Best part is i spent most of summer training on the dirt roads and trails.
From having a picnic braai at one of the many spots on the mountain or just...More
The daring and careful can take a single lane dirt road all the way to the top of the peak and then climb Paarl Rock for a stunning panorama of the wine valley below ! We had read there was a small admission fee for...More
I go to the reserve at least once every weekend. The reserve is reachable by car, allthough you travel by gravel road. Vehicles do have a cover charge to pay, but if you park outside, entrance is free. After a steep hike you reach the...More