Day Walks

There are a number of marked short trails (day walks) in the reserve, mostly starting out from the Lodge. You can also take a ‘kierie’ and do a leisurely stroll on the vehicle tracks to view the abundant game in the “Serengeti” area. If you are more adventurous and fit, you can take on something more ambitious and climb one of the peaks in the reserve.


Langesnek Day Trail

A shorter and longer option for day hikers. Very good facilities at Langesnek Hikers’ House. Grading: Easy to average.


Aunt Mitchell’s High Tea Overhang

Walk to the sandstone overhang (with a stunning view) that was used as a regular “high tea” spot many years ago.


The Five Dams walk

Take an easy stroll through poplar groves, past five dams and enjoy the scenery and bird life near the lodge.


Sandstone Gorge

Take a longer walk to the Waterkloof ravine and enjoy the mountain streams and waterfalls of this beautiful gorge.


Peak climbing

Put on your boots and tackle one of the high peaks in the reserve, like Visierskerf (2407m), Sekonyella’s Hat (2312m) or the Pyramid (2167m) for a view you will remember!