Mountain Biking Africa - Day Trips
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Day Trips

Half Day and Full Day Trips


Guided Mountain bike tours on awesome routes from 12km to 30km in the superb Harkeville Forest. Beautiful indigenous forest, awesome single track, sea views and loads of downhill fun. Transportation included. Light refreshments will be provided after the ride.

Experts and beginners alike are catered for! You guide is a father and a two time cape Epic Finisher...we love to ride!! Sleep when you're dead!

Bikes, helmets, water bottles, entry permits, transfers, and light refreshments are included in our rates.

The Routes

Four colour-coded routes – ranging from easy family rides to superb singletrack – meander through shady plantations, coastal fynbos and indigenous forest

The Yellow route
(14km) is an easy ride along level gravel service roads, perfect for the not-so-fit. The Blue route (12km) is also an easy option, but this time includes sections of singletrack, meandering through the forest before looping back through a glade of giant redwood trees. The Green route (15km) is an intermediate, circular route bang­ing onto the breathtaking and rugged coastline before returning through a section of tall, coastal forest. The Red route (24km) is a challenging ride with wicked stretches of singletrack and a vertiginous coastal cruise along tower­ing fynbos cliffs.

The Blue Route
(12km) covers a distance of 12 kilometers and take about 1½ hours to complete. A section of 2½ kilometers along Beukespad, a forest slip-path, leads the rider through some typical medium-moist high forest. The return part of the loop passes by a small glade of coast redwood which were planted in 1927.

The Green Route
(15km) this circuit follows the Grooteilandpad for several kilometers before turning eastwards into Waterpad. On Waterpad is a shady swimming hole which provides a pleasant stop-over. An alternative southward loop gives the cyclist an opportunity to enjoy a breathtaking view of the rugged Harkerville coast. The homeward leg of the route takes the rider northwards along Kleineilandpad, then turns westward into Perdekoppad, a delightful section of off-road track which passes through some tall, coastal forest with a number of the finest examples of hard pear.

Red Route
(24 km) this route can take between 3 and 5 hours to ride. It is much tougher than the other routes and can be difficult for the not-so-fit rider. Probably the most scenically diverse mountain-bike route in the country, its two outstanding features are the long stretches of off-road track, which follow old slip-paths through the forest and section of track through .

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