Name Description Trails
Geelhoutboom The Geelhoutboom Trail System lies to the west of George and is mainly madeĀ up of district roads winding through picturesque farmlands with beautiful views of the Outeniqua mountains. The system starts and finishes at the Farm & Fellow Restaurant outside George at Tramonto. It includes 5 routes and coffee/water can be found in the village of Great Brak on the blue, gold and grey routes. Due to the fact that routes are on provincial district roads, no route markers may be displayed. Please navigate by printing the map or downloading the GPX file on some GPS devices. 5
Karoo The Karoo Trail System start and finish at the Engen Eco Stop (CJ Langenhoven road) opposite the Virgin Active. A whole new biosphere awaits as you make your way inland via the historic and world renowned Montagu Pass. Routes are 'out & back' and not 'looped'. Pass through the quint farm village of Herold and/or travel through the whining Paardepoort with it's beautiful rock formations. The routes connect all the way to the Klein Karoo and ostrich center of Oudtshoorn. The system includes 5 routes and coffee/water can be found at the Wimpy at the start/finish, in Herold and a variety of places in Oudtshoorn. Due to the fact that routes are on provincial district roads, no route markers may be displayed. Please navigate by printing the map or downloading the GPX file on some GPS devices. 5
Outeniqua The Outeniqua Trail System is made up of hiking trails (that can also be used for trail running) and does not include any mountain biking routes. Four of the five routes start at the Cape Nature Witfontein forestry station just outside, George. This include Cradock Peak, George Peak, Cradock Pass and Forrest Buzzard. The Pass to Pass trail starts at the top of the Outeniqua Pass to the top of the Montagu Pass (or visa versa) The trails vary from 4km to 19km in length, from the easy Forrest Buzzard to strenuous George and Cradock Peaks and offer incredible views. 5
Saasveld !!Note: Due to vandalism, no trail route markings are currently displayed on the trails!! The GR Exp Saasveld routes all start and finish on the Garden Route Dam wall and the bulk of the routes are on MTO Forestry land which brings certain rules and responsibilities with it. Unfortunately no pets are allowed in the plantation for the safety of wildlife and users. Please read the large info board in the parking area, before commencing your journey. Routes consists of jeep tracks, plantation roads and some single tracks. Tierkop can be accessed from here although it is technically off-limits as it falls on DAFF land and may not be marked by us. The famous Pepsi Pools can be accessed via the blue route. There is water available at the security entrance to the dam and the nearest coffee shop is at the Deli at Geneva Superette. 4
Wilderness The Wilderness Trail System start and finish at the entrance boom at the Garden Route Dam. From here 4 routes connect via the Seven Passes tar road which eventually turn gravel depending on your route choice. Wilderness is a renowned holiday destination and a place of immense natural beauty. Routes are a combination of 'out & back' and/with 'loops'. Choose from routes visiting the famous 'Map of Africa', the farm setting of Hoekwil, Wilderness village and the Lakes. Coffee/water can be found in Hoekwil and Wilderness. Due to the fact that routes are on provincial roads, no route markers may be displayed. Please navigate by printing our map or downloading the GPX file on some GPS devices. 4