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Greyton Nature Reserve

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Greyton Nature Reserve

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ihhashi wrote a review Nov 2019
111 contributions6 helpful votes
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Greyton is a beautiful little town with cape Dutch style type houses on very large plots of land with the most magnificent gardens. Kids and adults play in the streets, donkeys and horses are free to roam around. Time seems to stand still. On the other side of town is the magnificent nature reserve. It has a huge array of flora. There are many walks, ranging from flat and easy to long and uphill!! If you want a time out in nature then head here
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Date of experience: November 2019
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samrey wrote a review Aug 2019
south africa115 contributions33 helpful votes
You can take easy, flat short walks or more challenging hikes. There is an easy flat walk to a waterfall.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Ninette T wrote a review Apr 2019
Cape Town, South Africa94 contributions2 helpful votes
Stunning. A variety of hiking trails most well marked, varying from easy to difficult although the maps we got hold of didn't indicate the degree of difficulty for each trail (which would have helped), just the kms and time it takes to complete. We were there in April and the fynbos was in bloom. The weather was perfect for hiking (cool, cloudy and partly cloudy). It can get windy. The Maermanskloof Trail was pretty tough for us (we are not mega fit) but we enjoyed the challenge. You climb steadily for at least the first hour, but the second half is much easier. Views on this trail are awesome. I would not recommend the Maermanskloof trail to the elderley, young children and someone who is very unfit. Will definitely be back to try the trails we didn't get around to.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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JoeCBansteadUK wrote a review Mar 2019
Bracknell, United Kingdom393 contributions212 helpful votes
Well signposted and maintained paths to suit everyone - we walked up the canyon to within sound of the waterfall.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Andreas C wrote a review Mar 2019
Hamburg, Germany205 contributions50 helpful votes
The mountains look majestic! And so are the canyons, too. Walk along creeks (or in them) to rock pools and steep gorges or hike different paths. It’s also fantastic just to stroll through the wild protea forests (!) where you will see a lot of birds like the Paradise Flycatcher. We also came across a caracal. Paths are well marked!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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