Nature, fresh air and exercise makes for a winning combination. Amidst all the uncertainty and fear that Covid-19 has brought one thing remains unchanged and that is Mother Nature. Visit Wellington is in the very fortunate position to be surrounded by her! Do your over stressed brain a favor, take the time to slow down during these chaotic times, get outdoors and let Mother Nature work her magic!
The Wild Boar Trails, bringing you some of the best, fun, flowing single tracks in the winelands, gives you the opportunity to get moving again.
The trails have six routes starting and finishing at Val du Charron, catering to single track lovers and those who prefer open gravel roads or just a ride around the vineyard block.
Two other routes at different locations are also available. Details for all the routes can be found here https://erau64.wixsite.com/wildboartrails.
Enjoy coffee, breakfast, pizza, beer, wine or whatever you fancy after your ride.
You can pay for your ride at the start at Val du Charron using Snapscan, cash or card.
Day permits cost R100pp and R80pp for children under 18.
Please adhere to Government regulations concerning COVID-19 precautions.
– Wear a face mask/ buff
– Avoid riding in groups
– Avoid car-park congestion
– Ablutions may be closed at some venues (prepare accordingly)
Hiking is a natural immune booster. A hike at Welvanpas Family Vineyards will do just the trick when you enjoy the wide open spaces and fresh air! Contact them at +27 (0) 83 231 2149 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join Langkloof Roses for picnics along the dam, walks around the rose garden, hikes on the farm and fishing (catch and release). Get the family outdoors, bring your own picnic basket and enjoy some nature.
Day visitor entrance fees: Adult R50 l Children R25.
For more information contact +27 (0) 72 175 2792.
Golf is open and so is Wellington Golf Course. Be sure to make your booking here.
A National Monument, the magnificent Bainskloof Pass remains a well-traveled attraction and offers unsurpassed vistas, indigenous and unique flora and fauna, crystal-clear rock pools and hiking trails. Permits can be purchased on week days at Cape Nature Reserve offices or booked online at https://www.capenature.co.za/reserves/limietberg-nature-reserve/. Download a comprehensive map of the hiking trails at Limietberg here.