Things To Do in Putterill Valley

Putterill Valley is situated in Drakensberg, in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Show on Map

Things To Do in Putterill Valley

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Cathedral Peak Hike

Where? Cathedral Peak
Start: Cathedral Peak Hotel Finish: Cathedral Peak Hotel Duration: 19 km, 12+ hours (one very long day, if you make an early start) Fitness: this is an arduous hike; you need to be very fit Our tip: ...

Sentinel Peak trail

Where? Mont-aux-Sources
Start: Sentinel car park (almost 3 000 metres above sea level) Finish: Sentinel car park Duration: a whole day Fitness: fit (the hike may be shortened, but it is a slog nonetheless) Our tip: if you suffer ...

Amphitheatre Heritage Trail

Where? Bergville
Start: there are numerous entrances, but Witsieshoek is one of them Finish: Royal Natal National Park Duration: 25 - 30 km over three days Fitness: average, but it can be strenuous Our tip: there is a ...

Langalibalele Pass hike

Where? Giants Castle
Start: Giant's Castle camp Finish: Giant's Castle camp Duration: 6.5 km, roughly 5 hours Fitness: moderate Our tip: always remember seasonal clothing as the 'berg can change seasons without warning The ...

Giant's Castle Hikes

Where? Giants Castle
Giant's Castle refers both to the landmark rock massif in the central Drakensberg, where it rests in amongst the peaks of Champagne Castle and Cathkin Peak, and the game reserve of the same name, proclaimed ...

Half or Full Day Horse Rides

Where? Bergville
The more adventurous rider may enjoy a longer equine experience to see bushman paintings or to visit a Sangoma (Traditional Zulu Healer). The Zulu Cultural Trail provides interesting insights into the lives of ...

Sani Spoors

Where? Underberg
Sani Spoors is mountain biking heaven. Situated in the foothills of the Southern Drakensberg, only 4km from the country village of Underberg, the Sani Spoors team pride themselves on offering a diverse trails ...

Kloofing or Canyoning

Where? Champagne Valley
Kloofing in the Injisuthi valley is a 6-7 hour round trip. The Injisuthi valley is the hidden gem of the Drakensberg, as it is situated in the rural area of Loskop and therefore has not been developed for the ...

Himeville Museum

Where? Himeville
The little town of Himeville is nestled in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, with the magnificent Drakensberg Mountain Range behind it to make for a breath-taking backdrop of unimaginable proportions. The Himeville ...

Ifidi Pass Hike

Where? Bergville
Start: Mnweni Cultural Centre, Mnweni Valley, northern Drakensberg Finish: Mweni, northern Drakensberg Duration: 3 day round trip Fitness: very fit, this is one of the most difficult passes in the ...

Sandford Park Restaurant

Where? Bergville
In its tranquil setting of rose gardens and manicured lawns, the Sandford Park restaurant is an invitation to leave all your worries behind and simply sink into the sumptuous surroundings of the breathtakingly ...

Maple Gardens Tea Garden

Where? kamberg
Visit the new tea garden open weekends and other times by prior arrangement at Glengarry. Serving a large variety of specialist quality coffee, freshly baked scones served with home made preserves and ...

Drakensberg MTB Trails

Where? Bergville
Where: All Out Adventures, northern Drakensberg Level: routes for all levels of MTB junkies Type of route: 100 km of mountain bike trails, mainly single track (combine the Trilby and Montusi Gorge trails and ...

Maluti Cave Hike

Where? Witsieshoek
Start: base camp at Tseki, Phuthaditjaba (Witsieshoek) Finish: Tseki Duration: two, three, four day options Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: the dirt road approach to Tseki can complicate things if ...

Sani Pass MTB Trail

Where? Underberg
Where: Sani Pass, nearest town Himeville (start from Sani Lodge) Level: difficult to extremely difficult (not for children) Type of route: 72 80 km return, this gravel pass acts as the border crossing ...

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