Your hike will start along the scenic pipe track, South West of Table Mountain, below the Twelve Apostles and above the white beaches of Camps Bay.
This track is relatively flat and is a great way to warm up for the hike up Corridor Ravine later on. Your passionate and knowledgeable guide will point out landmarks as well as entertain you with some interesting stories of people who lived in these mountains once upon a time.
The rusty old iron pipe that you follow disappears into the mountain before you ascend up a ravine to the top of one of the Apostle Buttresses. From here you can look down to the ocean one side and across to the green vineyards of Constantia on the other.
You guide will then show you to a hidden gem on Table Mountain. Ancient cracks in the rock with views out onto Camps Bay and Lions Head. Enjoy a break and eat some food in these cool and shady caverns and explore the labyrinth.
Walk the spine trail back towards the Table Top and visit the old Cable Station and overhanging rock so famous on Instagram.
Descend down Kasteelport, another ravine that was used to transport material to build the dams on Table Mountain. Luckily, all you will be carrying is yourself and a few light pieces of gear.