Loerkop Hiking Trail

Hiking Trails / Walks & Hiking in or near Greyton, Cape Overberg in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in GreytonLoerkop Hiking Trail

Hiking Trails Walks & Hiking Cape Overberg

Where? Start at Krige Road in Greyton, Cape Overberg, Western Cape

When? Daylight hours.
Distance: 3km Time: +/- 1-2 hours

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Greyton, in Western Cape

Greyton offers the 3 kilometer Loerkop hiking Trail which will take you about 1 hour 30 minutes to complete. The route startson the low bridge on Krige Road where you can often see kingfishers sitting on the branches above the river.

Parts of the hike are steep so take care and ensure you bring water with you. On route you may be lucky enough to spot an abundance of wildlife so get your binoculars and camera at the ready as you may be lucky enough to spot antelope, Grey Rhebok and blue cranes.

Continue along the path and as you reach the top you will notice the spectacular views over the Riviersonderend Mountains. The native Fynbos is beautiful and ever changing with the seasons.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Greyton

The Oaks Estate

Guest House / Self Catering

The Oaks Estate

The Oaks Estate is a historic, recently restored Cape Dutch farmyard and working farm, with a mountain reserve and ... more

De Hoop Victorian Farm House

Self Catering

De Hoop Victorian Farm House

Centrally situated in the beautiful Vigne Lane, De Hoop Victorian Farm House offers modern country living for up to 10 ... more

The Post House Hotel


The Post House Hotel

The historic Post House is situated in the heart of Greyton. The spacious guest rooms are newly renovated and each has ... more

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