Guided Rock Climbing and Hiking is our trademark specialty!
Table Mountain Climbing is a very unique experience with breathtaking views and solid rock. Suitable for complete beginners and experienced people alike, 40% of our clients have never climbed outdoors before climbing on Table Mountain! Hiking in Cape Town has become ever more popular with most of our trips ascending the India Venster, Kloof Corner and Platteklip routes, the longer and quieter routes on The Twelve Apostles are sought after for their tranquility. Despite being the only 3hrs from Cape Town, The Cederberg Climbing is more remote and offers a semi-desert feel akin to Utah. Cederberg Rock Climbing has been described as other-worldly: monolithic Sandstone Messa's with easy access and consistent weather! The hiking and trekking in The Cederberg is equally enthralling - a dry, warm and spacious venue with spectacular scenery. For the more experienced there is accessible yet remote-feeling Alpine Country Routes less than 2hrs from Cape Town. Du Toits Kloof Climbing is typically Alpine - suspect rock quality on occasion, difficult retreat options and full-day outings in Big Country. Vertigo Adventures have, also, handcrafted Climbing and Hiking tours from 5-10 days, encapsulating the best of the area.
For my first-time thread climbing, Teodore was amazing. Allowed me to ride the roller coaster of cli... - Jonathan Francia.
For my first-time thread climbing, Teodore was amazing. Allowed me to ride the roller coaster of climbing table mountain and I learned a lot about my climbing capabilities and how far I can take them. 10/10. 5 stars. two thumbs up. If I ever come back to Cape Town, he will definitely be hearing from me.
Jonathan Francia experienced the Climb Table Mountain
Lætitia de Montsabert
Thanks a lot! We had a great time at Silvermine!
Lætitia de Montsabert experienced the Sport Cragging
Cornelius P Sailer
Great Day with Alex. Very knowledgeable of the mountain and an excellent guide. We did Staircase but will return to do some more routes. Thanks
Cornelius P Sailer experienced the Climb Table Mountain