GREYTON HIKING AND WALKING

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The Greyton Conservation Society, with the support of the Greyton Municipality, has reintroduced and marked walking paths for the not-so-fit, and hiking trails for the more energetic.

Encounter spectacular bird life views, the year-round flower production of the magnificent Fynbos, regardless of altitude, at the commonage and Nature Reserve of Greyton.

You can view the flower, plant, bird and animal species that can be found in the Greyton surrounds on iSpot where locals have photographed and marked the physical locations of their findings. If you are a member of iSpot, don't forget to tag the gems you find.

Sadly, dogs are not allowed into the Greyton Nature Reserve. For more information about why this is and to see where you can walk your dog instead, go to our page about Dog Walking.

Although you will often pass pristine sources of water, it is advisable to take a bottle of water with you.

Don't hike alone, hiking with friends is always more fun and safe. Let someone know where you are going and which trail you will be following.

Only follow trails that are clearly marked.

Wear a hat and sunscreen.

Get a copy of the Greyton Guide at the Tourism Office

See below for information on individual trails and hiking routes.

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Duration: +/- 5 hours

Length: 12.5 km

Level: challenging

Duration: 2 days

Length: 25.3 km

Level: moderate

Duration: 2 hours

Length: 7 km

Level: moderate (steep sections)


Duration: 1.5 hours

Length: 3 km

Level: moderate (steep sections)

Duration: 2 hours

Length: 5km

Level: challenging

Duration: 3 hours

Length: 5 km

Level: moderate


Duration: 2.5 hours

Length: 6 km

Level: moderate (steep sections)

Duration: 1 hour

Length: 3 km

Level: moderate

Duration: n/a

Length: 1 - 4 km

Level: gentle


Duration: 1.5 hours

Length: 5 km

Level: moderate (steep sections)

Duration: 1 hour

Length: 3 km

Level: gentle

Duration: 2.5 hour

Length: 7 km

Level: gentle