Devils Peak is both a mountain and residential area. Definitely worth a visit. We have a home there. Lovely restaurants and some pubs. We feel safe during daylight time. Be careful after dark. Enjoy.
The place offers a great variety of craft beers! We were particularly impressed with the beer tasting tray! Really cool! There's also a great beer and food pairing on offer! Really lovely place with good service! We will definitely recommend this and will be back to visit again!
Hiking to the top of Devil's Peak has to be one of the better ways to spend the first few hours of daylight in Cape Town. It's a reasonably energetic walk and you should be fit and equipped with water, snacks and bad weather gear because the conditions can change fast. But it's also a well marked trail that's not... 更多
This hike was truly spectacular, we got to the trailhead around 6:30 am and had AMAZING views throughout the hike. It was nice even when it was getting warm the hike was mostly in the shade. there was also some beautiful flowers on the trail and the trail was well marked. if you are looking for non busy trail this... 更多
There are many easy walks via a single track or jeep track. Of lately cycle routes are also allowed on the lower slopes of the Devils Peak Mountain. These are a must for MTB enthusiasts & trail runners. Routes are clearly marked for Hikers/ Cyclist. A common route for both walking/hiking ( 1-2 hrs ) & MTB cycling ( 1-2... 更多
We had an hour to spare in Cape Twon before trvelling to the airport and decided to walk up Devils Peak. It is certainly a steep climb but we are fitter and really enjoyed it. The walking trail spirals around the peak so one has an excellent view of Table Mountain, then Camps Bay, then the city again. We never... 更多
Next to Table Mountain, Devil's Peak is also a good point to climb with friends and enjoy the nature. There are some paths with different levels of difficulty. Care is the same in Table Mountain, only climb in groups, take plenty water and protect yourself from the sun. Enjoy it.