Welcome to Table Mountain with

Welcome to Table Mountain one of the 3 most recognisable mountains in the world! In 2004, it was proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage site and, in 2011, it was voted as one of the new Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It’s bedrock was deposited 560 million years ago, making it one of the older mountains in the world and its slopes are covered by the smallest yet richest plant kingdom in the world. Standing at 1086m above the city of Cape Town, it was called “Hoerikwagga” (Mountain in the Sea) by the local Khoi. In 1503,  Antonio de Saldanha, a Portuguese explorer, was the first European to climb Table Mountain and he named it “Taboa do Cabo”, Table of the Cape.

Because our printed guides are not ecologically friendly in a National Park we have loaded the guides online here so you can save it to your phone or iPad using the links below to enjoy whenever you like. There is a separate guide for Table Mountain and one each for the peaks to either side of the mountain. Lions Head and Devils Peak.



Click on each guide to open a high resolution PDF of each one.



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