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Silvermine and Hout Bay

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Both sides: A2+ full colour maps
Scale 1:20 000 (5cm = 1km)
10m contours; relief shading
200m² UTM grid, WGS84
1’ Long/Lat grid
Coords in DDMMSS format at important junctions
WATERPROOF and TEAR RESISTANT in plastic sleeve
ISBN 978-1-920377-29-8

Table Mountain
5th Edition hiking map: Scale 1:20 000 [5cm = 1km]

 

“Silvermine and Hout Bay” is Map 2 of our three‑map series of Table Mountain National Park. Now with DEM relief shading and a great new cover pic by Geoff Spiby, this post-fire edition includes all the latest changes to the area. These highly detailed maps show all approved paths and include full GPS information. This double sided map with Silvermine on one side and Hout Bay and Constantiaberg on the reverse includes the Hoerikwaggo Trail.

 

Paul and I spent lots of Sunday walking in Silvermine, accompanied by Peter Slingsby. Actually, it was one of his amazing maps, not the real him, but his maps are so saturated with his humour and his dedication to mapping in close and useful detail every trail and path on Table Mountain and the Peninsula, it might as well be him walking along next to you, pointing things out along the way. – Heather Moore & Paul Edmunds

The Silvermine side covers the Silvermine Reserve and the area from Constantiaberg to Tokai, Zandvlei, Kalkbay, the Fish Hoek valley, Ou Kaapseweg and Noordhoek/Chapman’s Peak.

 

The Hout Bay side includes Hout Bay itself, Karbonkelberg, Llandudno, Constantia Nek and south to the Silvermine Reservoir. The map also includes the Constantia Winelands.

 

All sections of the Hoerikwaggo Trail are shown. All approved paths, with detailed DDMMSS GPS coordinates for major junctions, are clearly marked with distances and approximate times for each path section. 10 metre contours and delicate colour height shading bring the topography to life.
 
This edition is dedicated to the memory of our very dear friend, Jeanne Ward, the first woman to climb the Maltese Cross, and who hiked regularly in the Silvermine area.

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