Join A Whale Of A Heritage Route every Sunday during the school holidays. The outing focuses on historical Muizenberg and Kalk Bay railway stations. The trail includes a talk on the history, layout and architecture of each station as well as the locomotives that pulled the trains. In Kalk Bay explore the site of an old turntable and water tower, then look for the remains of the trawler Rex. Start and finish at Cape Town Station. Meet to pay and collect tickets at the turnstile closest to platform 4 at 9am for a 9.23am departure; depart from Kalk Bay at 1.16pm to arrive back in Cape Town at 2.08pm. Cost R65 a person, children under 12 half-price. Call 079 391 2105. Peninsula Ramblers invites early risers to a moderate, seven-hour ramble/rock hop to the Steenbras waterfall tomorrow. Entry R15R20 by permit. Meet at 9am at Damelin College, Liesbeeck Parkway, Mowbray, with your permit fee, bathing costume, adequate water, snack, hat and R10 club donation. Call Ian at 021 671 9213
or 084 6244 691. At Tears Animal Rescue the dogs are given their walks outside the premises in Lekkerwater Road, Sunnydale, every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 10am. A training programme has been initiated. Call 021 785 4482 to book a short orientation course. Join the Cape Point volunteers for a hike tomorrow. Meet inside the Cape Point pay gate at 8am. Proceed to the visitors centre, then to Antonies Gat, returning along the beach (False Bay side) to finish by 1pm. There is no charge, but you need your Wild Card or pay R80 admission to the reserve. Call Ian at 021 782 8552 or 076 164 6984.