All time estimates and difficulty levels for hikes are approximate. They may change based on your level of physical fitness.
Easy: Suitable for every member of the family
Moderate: Suitable for all physically fit people
Moderate: Long length, substantial elevation gain, and/or difficult terrain. Suitable for experienced hikers only
Strenuous: Full day’s hike over a long and often difficult route. Suitable for only experienced hikers in excellent physical condition.
Table Mountain Hikes are often very misleading. This is because there is no way to avoid the fact that there is nearly a 1000m / 3000ft height gain. Most people who go regularly to the gym would consider themselves fit, however few are physically or mentally accustomed to climbing a 250 story building. Add the summer sun and suddenly an easy hike can become quite demanding.