Verkenning in Klein-Drakensteinberge, Paarl

Ons beplan om een van die ou Bergklub roetes in die Klein-Drakensteinberge (bo Paarl) te verken. Die roete en terrein is onbekend, so afgronde, klouter en rowwe terrein is alles moontlik. Grootte van die groep is beperk. Leier: Nardus Cronje, ncwpbr@gmail.com, 082 347 8556

Olive Glen Mountain Farm

Spend a day on the Olive Glen farm with hiking, swimming or just relaxing. There are two hiking routes that can be done. The entrance fee for parking, hiking and toilet facilities is R 50 per adult, children free. Avril & Bruce Powrie will meet you on the farm with Read more…

Klein Wellington Sneeukop

We start at Eerste tol in Bainskloof to climb Klein Wellington Sneeukop. The first 4km is on a path, thereafter, we will find our way (off trail) to the top and possibly return via a slightly different route. Good level of fitness required. Cost is R50 for non wildcard holders. Read more…

Honingklip Red Route, Botrivier (A3)

Thordis will do the new Honingklip Red Route 18 km on Sunday 26 May. Starting at 9 am from parking. Please confirm at least a week before, because she has to inform the farmer a week before of the number of people joining. The hiking fee is R20 per person. Read more…

R20

Hawequa/Wellington Hugonote Kop

We will start at the Hawequa Scouts centre and hike up Wellington Hugonote kop via the Dragon route. 900m climb. The last bit is off path. Sections are a scramble but ropes are not needed, just a head for height. 7-8 hours. No cost. Contact Elsie Oettle 082 737 9990.

Mont Rochelle, Franschoek

We plan on hiking Perdekop, 13 km, 6-7 hours, 850 m rise, circular route. Moderate to good fitness is required. R70 pp. Contact Elsie Oettle on 082 737 9990

Groot Winterhoekpiek

We will jog the 12km approach on a trail then climb the peak. Roughly 8-9km off trail and scrambling and return back to the start with another 10-12km jog back to the parking.  Participants must be very fit. Able to move over rough technical terrain with ease and be able Read more…

The club uses a grading system (given in brackets after the hike name) to make it easier for club members to communicate the difficultly of an outing. You can check out our Meets Grading page for details on how to use the grading system, or alternatively you can contact the meet leader directly if you are unsure of the difficulty of a meet.