The Woodstock Cave is one of the largest caves on Table Mountain. A memorable trail up the slope starts at the controversial mountainside landmark of Cecil John Rhodes Memorial, where a series of stone pine trees towards the historic defensive fortifiction of the King's Blockhouse. You can take a brief stop from here, where you can enjoy views of the city center, Robben Island, and the glimmering water on Table Bay. Afterwards, continue the journey through rich mountain forests, fynbos, and an old cork tree plantation. Revel in the natural wonders as you take respite in the mouth of the cave. If you are lucky, catching some fresh mountain spring water gushing out of the peaks above before settling in the ancient cave to enjoy the scenic views of the South African capital, alongside the shimmering landscape of Robben Island, most worth remembering especially on freezing winter days. You will take the same direction for your descent back to the King's Blockhouse ruins and further down to your original destination in Rhodes Memorial.