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About Oudebosch to Leopards Gorge

The Oudebosch to Leopard’s Leap route is a moderate hike through pristine fynbos. Aong the trail are rewarding views of the coast, indigenous forest and amazing rock formations.

Leave a vehicle at the start in Oudebosch and at the finish in Harold Porter Botanical Gardens near Betty's Bay. Plan to start hiking before midday as Harold Porter closes at 18:00.

Duration: 3 – 4 hours
Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 6 km

Website:
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Oudebosch to Leopards Gorge is 5.7km from the centre of Kleinmond , the nearest airport 56.2km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling