Routes around George are made up of district roads, plantation roads, jeep track and single track. With the exception of district roads all routes and trails cross over the land of a variety of land owners and land managers such as MTO Forestry, DAFF, Cape Nature, George Municipality and SANParks. Generally these land owners/managers mostly allows non-motorized recreational activities on its property for recreational use such as hiking, mountain biking and trail running bat rules apply and access varies. It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that you familiarize yourself with the landowner’s rules, have taken safety precautions and have obtained the relevant permits where applicable, before entering onto their land.
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
In general all persons entering onto the landowner’s properties and using its facilities, do so entirely at their own risk. Landowners, Green Sport Foundation, George Trails Project, Partners, Associates and/or its employees and/or agents and/or its successors in title shall not be liable for any damage, loss, theft, injury, accident or death suffered by any person. Right of Admission is Reserved. George Trails’ focus is informative and promotional in nature and not legislate in any way. Even though we attempt to keep information displayed on this website updated and accurate, it can change as fast as George’s weather as it is often supplied by/obtained from third parties. Please ensure that you confirm information displayed with the relevant party directly. Route accuracy may vary and navigation influenced by variables out of our control.
Fire is a major environmental, human and livelihood threat. Anyone caught lighting, using or maintaining a fire or attempting to light, use or maintain a fire will be in contravention of the National Veld and Forest Fire Act (101 of 1998) and can be liable for a fine, possible criminal conviction as well as all costs incurred to extinguish the fire and damage, done.
PLEASE BE FIRE WISE.