Donation of R20 per person to local conservancy hosting the walk.

On the Dolorite boulders at Mbona

On the Dolorite boulders at Mbona

Boston Forest Walk – Boston  (09h00 – 11h00)

First Sunday of every month. A gentle stroll through a forest patch, crossing streams and listening to the birds. Bookings: Carol Segal (083 450 6792)

Gartmore Farm Walk – Karkloof  (09h00 – 12h00)

First Wednesday of every month. Walk through the farm and flower-filled grasslands to the lovely Yarrow Falls. Bookings: Robyn McGillivray (082 802 8949)

Kilgobbin Forest Walk – Dargle  (09h00 – 11h00)

First Thursday of every month. Explore the mist-belt forest along old logging paths. Bookings: Barend Booysen (082 787 0797)

Milestone Forest Walk – Balgowan  (09h00 – 11h00)

First Friday of every month. Visit the historic farm where the very first Conservancy in South Africa was started in 1978. Bookings: Marilyn Revesz (082 427 3365)

Mpophomeni Hills Walk – Mpophomeni  (09h00 – 11h00)

Second Tuesday of every month. Join local guides to learn more about the area. Bookings: Penz Malinga (071 450 9320)

Curry’s Post Conservancy Walk – Curry’s Post  (09h00 – 11h00)

Third Sunday of every month. Explore a different part of this area every month. Bookings: Sarah Allen (076 578 2941)

Fort Nottingham Reserve – Lion’s Bush  (09h00 – 11h00)

Third Thursday of every month. Meet at ElsAmics to explore the grassland and forest. Bookings: Roy Tabernor (082 487 0922)

Beacon Hill Walk – Howick  (09h00 to 11h00)

Last Sunday of every month. Meet at the top of Lake View Road for a walk in the grassland. Bookings:  Eve Hughes (082 872 4333)

Quarterly (Seasonal) Walk at The Bend – Nottingham Road  (09h30 – 13h00)

25 February 2016, 26 May 2016, 25 August 2016 and 24 November 2016. Climb through indigenous forest onto montane grassland. Must be reasonably fit. Bookings: Sarah Tilbury (082 335 4598)

Fort Nottingham hikers

Fort Nottingham walkers

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