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Walking in the Silvermine Mountains - Walk in Africa
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Walk in Africa / Cape Peninsula  / Walking in the Silvermine Mountains
26 Feb

Walking in the Silvermine Mountains

Lindsay Young is a really nice guy! He’s enthusiastic about life, humorous and has an infectious delight for the outdoors. So he made for an excellent companion on a recent walk in the Silvermine Mountains. I guess that it helped that Lindsay and Kili got on so well!

Lindsay had chosen this area to walk because he was staying close by and wanted to walk in the hills without a long commute. Most Capetonians who bother walking in Silvermine consider it a good place for a quick stroll. How wrong.

We spent the entire glorious day there, indulged by a variety of different stunning vistas, absorbed by beautiful plants and distracted by a variety of biomes.
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Have a look at the pictures . . .

We ascended a few peaks in search of the ultimate view:

There were times when no human structures were visible & it seemed like we were hundreds of kilometres from civilisation.

We were even treated to a unique and special view of Table Mountain and Devils Peak covered in cloud.