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Climb Table Mountain with some of the most experienced mountain guides in South Africa. To Rock Climb on Table Mountain ranks very high (pun intended) on many climbers bucket list - whether you have just learned to climb, climb mostly indoors or if you are a seasoned pro. Nowhere else can you so easily access rock climbing of the highest quality, directly above a metropolitan city with ocean views to boot! Abseil in, climb out - come climb on Table Mountain with us!

Climb Table Mountain with some of the most experienced mountain guides in South Africa. To Rock Climb on Table Mountain ranks very high (pun intended) on many climbers bucket list - whether you have just learned to climb, climb mostly indoors or if you are a seasoned pro. Nowhere else can you so easily acces rock climbing of the highest quality, directly above a metropolitan city with ocean views to boot! Abseil in, climb out - repeat.

Come climb on Table Mountain with us!

Integral Ascent:
A traditional "ascent" of Table Mountain North Face - from bottom to top. This gives a great sense of having climbed Table Mountain and involves hiking then rock-climbing then some more hiking and then finish with more rock climbing. Total height-gain c650m with 8 pitches of rock climbing. We then descend via Cable Car, if it is running, else a 1hour walk down. An early start is required to avoid the sun.

Jacobs Ladder:
THE classic on Table Mountain. Clean and sustained climbing with a very airy travese in the middle, guaranteed to make you feel high. Simply exquisite, 'Jacobs' is not for those with a fear of heights. The best way to look down on the Camps Bay and Clifton dwellers, occassionally used to finish the integral ascent. Ideal for people who have climbed outdoors at the grade.

Arrow Final:
The original finalè to the integral ascent, this route climbs the striking narrow face directly below the top cable-station. Often accessed via abseil this route offers suberb postion and easy climbing with views from the Atlantic all the way to false bay and is ideal for beginners. Remarkable for the grade!

Atlantic Crag:
Perched high above the Western Seabord, this superb route weaves it's way around some of the most impressive (and difficult) cliffs of the mountian, and gives a sense of big, airy climbing at a very moderate grade. Oft used to finish the integral ascent. Ideal for the beginner or first outdoor climb.

Staircase:
Perched high above the Western Seabord, this superb route weaves it's way around some of the most impressive (and difficult) cliffs of the mountian, and gives a sense of big, airy climbing at a very moderate grade. Oft used to finish the integral ascent. Ideal for the beginner or first outdoor climb.

For the Hard & Strong:
Table Mountain is home to the hardest (free) trad route in South Africa - as well as (one of) the easiest. As such there are a host of sustained and challenging routes on offer. If you seek something a little more challenging than those listed above, please contact us to set this up.

Africa Crag:
Some of the finest technical, flowing climbing available at the grade! The climbing - move for move - is sustained and engaging with an airy traverse around a roof to add spice. Amazing route directly above the City.

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Island Park, Unit 11 18 Auckland st Paarden Eilan, Paardeneiland , Western Cape, South Africa

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Modelled on the famous Puffer run from Cape Point to V&A Waterfront which is a yearly event limited to 180 participants held over one day.
The PUFF DADDY aims to take the PUFFER...and make it friendly. This is a coached / guided event held 20-22 April 2018 and is designed to provide a learning or introductory platform for runners wanting to make the step(s) up to something like PUFFER. To this end we break the course into thirds, and limit the group-size to 7, allowing us to manage your experience.

Further we eschew many of the road/road-like sections often taken during the official event (as they help you WIN) and, as this is not a race, we explore the more wild trails between Cape Point and the CBD.

In a Nutshell
Day 1: Friday 20 April: Cape Point Nature Reserve

Start at the Southern most point of the Cape Peninsula. A relatively short but incredibly scenic day with spectacular views of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans and False Bay.

14km and 750m of ascent.

Day 2: Saturday 21 April: Kalk Bay to Hout Bay

img_5620Starting in the quaint fishing village of Kalk Bay we ascend the mountain via trails used by fishermen. The plant life is spectacular and varied on this day offering lush forests and open fynbos stretches of very runnable terrain before descending to the suburb of Hout Bay. The descent is steep but oh so much fun.

18km and 1240m ascent.

Hout Bay has some great fish and chips for the best recovery nutirition.
A boat ride to seal island is an optional extra for the afternoon activities.

Day 3: Sunday 22 April: Hout Bay to Signal Hill above Cape Town

A steep climb up above Suikerbossie to the top of Table Mountain followed by some fantastic running along the Twelve Apostles. Passing Grootkop we run through spectacular rock formations. We descend after seeing the dams on top of the mountain. The final kilometers are past Lion’s Head with amazing views across the city and Robben Island.

18km and 1200m ascent.

Requirements and Provisions
You will need to provide your own trail running apparel and appropriate footwear and a hydration bag that can carry 1.5l of water and some snacks.
We will discuss specifics with you closer to the time.
We provide transport from the finish to the start of every day’s run.

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