A steep and quick route up Table
The three firs path up Table Mountain is found on the Atlantic side between the dangerous Slangholie ravine and Woody Ravine. To be more precise it actually goes up the left hand side (facing the mountain) of Slangholie. It is a steep and quick way up the mountain however, be warned, parts of the path have a sheer drop on the side so its not really suitable for anyone who doesn’t have a good head for heights.
This route begins by taking a small path off the Pipe Track as the track begins to turn in to Slangholie. It is not well marked but a small cairn indicates where to go. After a short scamble up the slope there is a little bit of a climb over the first band of rocks. From here the path follows leads around the buttress. It is here where to the right of you there is a sheer drop into the Woodhead Crack below.