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About Swartberg Hiking Trail

The Swartberg Hiking Trail presents a scenic but tough trek through fynbos over the Swartberg Mountains. There are three starting points: on the Oudtshoorn side, at De Hoek and from the Old Toll overnight cottage in the Swartberg Pass. Less fit hikers can chose the shortest route. Winter conditions can be extreme with occasional snowfalls.

Duration: 2 days
Difficulty: Tough
Distance: 12.8 km (Day 1) and 13 km (Day 2)

Website:
www.capenature.co.za
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Swartberg Hiking Trail is 14km from the centre of Prince Albert , the nearest airport 84km (George Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling