Silvermine Tented Camp is situated within the Silvermine section of the Table Mountain National Park
(TMNP), off Ou Kaapse Weg. The Silvermine tented camp is in the upland mountain wetlands near the Silvermine Dam.
The beautiful, rustic camp is built from timber felled and milled in the TMNP.
Silvermine Camp provides hot water, open fires, and a fully equipped kitchen for self catering clients.
The camp links up as accommodation on route on the Hoerikwaggo Trail - a 5 day and 4 night hike from Cape Town to Cape Point or vice versa. However, if you wish to simply experience spending a night at this tented camp, book the accommodation and use it as a base from where you can enjoy all the outdoor activities.
View also the other Tented Accommodation
Silvermine Tented Camp (TMNP) Activities:
Tough - 21km:
Starts at the Slangkop tented camp near the Slangkop Lighthouse in Kommetjie along Noordhoek and Long Beach beach. Look out for Oyster Catchers, Cape Clawless otters and, sometimes, whales and dolphins. Climb the tough Chapman’s Peak then Noordhoek Peak with magnificent views of the sea and the mountain range. Proceed to Silvermine Camp.
Tough - 15km:
Starts at Silvermine and walk down Blackburn ravine and traverse northwards above Hout Bay then climb indigenous fynbos mountain side over Vlakkenberg to Constantia Nek.
Suggest you arrange a trail guide to accompany you - call Christopher at 078 8016 262.
* Mountain Biking:
Silvermine has a designated circular mountain bike trail via Noordhoek Ridge with a lovely lookout point.
Silvermine Picnic/Braai Site:
Definitely among the most spectacular lunch venues in the Park the Silvermine picnic site is situated on the banks of the reservoir with spectacular views of the fynbos clad mountains.
A universal boardwalk provides (with wheelchair access) a picturesque trail around the reservoir that takes about 25 minutes. Also other walks in the area.
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Below Noordhoek Peak, off Ou Kaapse Weg.