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This reserve is well worth a visit,easy to reach from Cape Town.once you leave the N1 to Jip de Jager,it is well signposted by Cape Nature.A small entrance fee is payable and then you are off ,up the hill to the picnic spot under the...More
My friend and I went on 17 July. The entrance fee is only R17 and R9 for persons over 60 years. We went through the Welgemoed entrance. After you paid the entrance fee just follow the pathway to the top and you will see the...More
We took a brisk 10km walk along the trails as part of training for our ParkRun and road walks. It's great to be surrounded by nature without having to travel far.
There is a lovely picnic area for friends and families to enjoy
This is a best kept secret In the middle of a busy suburb. Wow what a pleasant surprise. The paths are well marked and well kept. We felt safe and enjoyed the walk. Very peaceful and beautiful right in the middle of a busy city.
There are a lot more scenic walks in Cape Town, however this one still gives a lovely view of Table Mountain once you've climbed the steep hill at the entrance. In Winter it can get freezing cold at the top. Make sure to wear comfortable...More
....we have a thing for walking in all the parks in the Cape Town Area, Western Cape, there are about 16 of them one is able to buy a membership access card and for pensioners you get a good discount! This nature reserve is a...More
It can be hard to locate...but that's part of the charm. Once parked and paid... you are alone to explore the different trails. Best to do in a group... I felt isolated and a little wary. Leaflets and signposts leave you well-informed and you feel...More