Morala Nature Reserve

This large network of trails set in the Dome Conservancy varies in terrain from jeep track to singletrack passing by rivers and forests and up into a demanding mountain ride with a few vertical drop offs and downhills

The routes also interconnect with adjacent 4×4 routes in the adjoining properties of Berakah and Lenaga and therefore give ample distance to spend more than one day exploring. Cycling here is by arrangement with Morala who have an agreement with their neighbours, Berakah and Lenaga.

There are no formal bicycle trails on any of the properties, so guests must expect to guide themselves along existing jeep and singletracks. While exploring these three properties, riders will be delighted to discover rivers and indigenous forests near the Vaal River, before turning up into a demanding mountain ride through Berakah via their beautiful camp on top of the mountain.

GRADING:

Intermediate to Difficult

DURATION:

Self determined

CONFIGURATION :

Various optoins

START POINT:

In Morala Private Nature Reserve

TERRAIN:

Jeep track, single-track, drop-offs and downhills

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Day visitors by prior arrangement only

FACILITIES:

Fully equipped bush lodge, with own boma accommodates 12 guests. Fully equipped two bedroom chalet. Campsite

BEWARE OF:

Summer heat.

Contact Details

  1. Email: mike@intgo.net
  2. Phone: 082-773-2651
  3. Website: www.mtbroutes.co.za

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