The title of this review comes from the narrow edge of rock connecting the two peaks of the Devils Peak. I climbed this a total of three times: twice as an informal guide. It's a tough climb and the trail becomes hidden at points so I would recommend finding a guide for the first time. Also, make a full day of it and pack a lunch, extra water, and a long-sleeved shirt! It can be chilly and windy! The first time up was the windiest for me so crossing the Knifes Edge and other parts with steep drops were absolutely exhilarating! The views are stunning and you can see both sides of the peninsula, the city bowl, UCT, and Table Mountain from the summit! Take a lot of pictures!
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