About Binny

Binny Ridgway was born and bred in the English Lake District, and developed a passion for “the great outdoors” at an early age.Her knowledge of the mountains of the Western Cape and especially that of Table Mountain is legendary, as is her knowledge of the indigenous flora and fauna of the area.

Annual Maintenance of the cableway

You can still hike whilst the cableway is closed From the 7th until the 26th of July 2020 the cable car up the iconic Table [...]

By |March 8th, 2020|Latest News|

The 2 day hike in Cape Point

The overnight trail in Cape Point Nature Reserve There is no doubt in my mind that the best way to experience The Cape of Good [...]

By |February 20th, 2020|Hiking blurb|

Lions Head Sunrise

Cape Town sunrise When the alarm clock goes off in the very early hours it is often easy to regret the decision to bike up [...]

The India Venster hike on Table Mountain

An exciting scramble up Table Mountain The India Venster hike on Table Mountain is one of the most popular and most fun.  It takes around [...]

By |November 8th, 2019|Hiking blurb|

Jonkershoek hiking

Swartboskloof trail  Jonkershoek nature reserve is found near the town of Stellenbosch about an hours drive from the city of Cape Town. The mountain here [...]

A long walk across England

The English coast to coast walk. The coast to coast walk across the North of England was thought up by a gentleman called Alfred Wainwright [...]

Lions Head sunrise hike

Sunrise in Africa There is no better place to view the sunrise from than Lions Head in Cape Town. Starting the hike in the early [...]

Trip advisor hall of fame

5 years of 5 * hikes. Thanks everyone who hiked with me.    

By |July 22nd, 2019|Latest News|

Hike from Kirstenbosch gardens to the cableway

The skeleton gorge trail The skeleton gorge trail on Table Mountain is one of the most popular and the popularity is well deserved. Starting in the botanical [...]

By |July 15th, 2019|Hiking blurb|

Winter hikes in Cape Town

Winter hiking on Table Mountain Winter in Cape Town officially begins in May and lasts through August and although we are not called the Cape [...]

By |June 24th, 2019|Hiking blurb|