Explore Cape Town’s flat-topped Table Mountain on a guided mountain biking tour which includes stops at King’s Block House for sweeping views, Rhode’s Memorial, and an exhilarating downhill cycle through Deer Park. Traverse up Cape Town’s most famous attraction, Table Mountain, on a guided mountain biking tour. Duration: approximately 5 hours.
Highlights of the Tour
King’s Block House
A well-known landmark on Mowbray Bridge, the King’s Block House is located on the slopes of Devil’s Peak. This massive stone structure was used as a signal station for communication between Table Bay and False Bay during the 1700s and 1800s.
Rhodes Memorial was built in honour of the British Imperialist Cecil John Rhodes and has excellent views to the north, out over the Cape Flats, and on towards his hinterland.
This reserve falls part of the Table Mountain National Park and consists of trails and gravel roads perfect for hiking, trail running or mountain biking. Along with its beautiful scenery, the park is home to indigenous plants, fynbos and has the mountain as its backdrop.