Ascend Table Mountain to Tranquility Cracks

Walk up the back of Table Mountain
Day tour Starting on Camps Bay side of Table Mountain to Tranquility Cracks and back
Tranquillity Cracks are a series of interlinking deep and narrow corridors between the rocks and is situated about halfway along the Twelve Apostles. Beyond the cracks is a labyrinth of rocky corridors filled with indigenous yellow wood trees.

Our tour route starts at Theresa Drive in Camps Bay, where we start off on a cement path with a beautiful view of the Twelve Apostles ahead. We walk along the Pipe Track and take Corridor Ravine to the top. The route up Corridor Ravine takes about an hour as it is steep and quite slow going. Once on top we follow the spine of the Twelve Apostles in a Northerly direction. After our visit to the Cracks we take Kasteelpoort route down to where it joins the Pipe Track.

Please note: this hike is not going to the Front Table (upper Cable station) section of Table Mountain.

Altitude: 
Start at 182m (597ft). Highest point reached: 750m (2600ft) above sea level.
Rating: 
Moderate with exposure to heights.
Time: 
Start to finish 5 – 6 hours.
Price: 
R850pp for two or more people
R1300 for single person
Price Valid until February 2020
Included: 
Pick up and drop at hotel if you are in the Cape Town CBD and water for the hike.