Walking the Perdeberg Trail


This morning 9 Hurriers took to the Perdeberg Trail for the first time in around 10 years.  Why we haven’t walked it more often remains a mystery, as it is one of the most beautiful places imaginable.  The fynbos was absolutely stunning, dominated by a myriad of ericas, including the magnificent Erica massonii, looking better than ever before!  The weather was perfect and the walk is relatively easy with no steep sections.  Being a track, rather than a path also allowed for good communication, as we did not have to walk in Indian file.

It would be a gross underestimation to say that we were not blown away by the beauty of the Kogelberg Reserve.  Our hike was 6 km out and then back along the same route, but we were never bored.  It was like being in a garden all the way!

We saw very many Orange-breasted Sunbirds and…

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