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Many people from all over the globe email me about what to expect on a "wilderness trail" in the context of Kruger National Park (note that in this context I am not referring to a wilderness hike in a wilderness area such as Cederberg). So here's a collection of...read more
Southern Kruger Park: 1 to 4 March 2000 The "wilderness trail" is a concept unique to Africa in that it has evolved to imply a walk in the company of a game ranger or conservation officer, usually armed, through big game country. Aspects of the ecology of the area,...read more
11-12 December 1999 Our judgement impaired by a few beers and a bottle of red wine over dinner one night in the Strand, Ron, Peter and I resolved to try the Cederberg Traverse from Wuppertal to Algeria again - in the heat of December (a previous attempt was...read more
November 1999 This trail represented a reunion of sorts for those who had walked the Tsitsikamma Trail. Unfortunately, the whole group couldn't make it, but Watty, Peter, Big Ron, Charlotte, Lorette and Nico did. Boosmansbos Nature Reserve straddles the Langeberg...read more