Hennops MTB Trail’s unique features are the Hennops river flowing through a valley bordered by mountain ranges to the north and the south. This gives our 90% single track purpose built mountain bike trail a variety of terrain, some steep climbs and descents, lots of natural obstacles and great views to enjoy.
The trail is 36km in total (Elevation gain 500m) and is made up of 6 sections with shortcut options after each sections to make up your own distance.
Beginner riders: Take the “Short Cut” at Safari and Snake and try the Kayalami section, complete with the Home Run back home. This will be 14km’s. Or take all “Short Cut” options to ride only 10km.
The first section “Safari” starts of with a 30m suspension bridge.
Entering the game fenced 4×4 park. Some steady climbs and downhill single track to negotiate whilst you can keep an eye out for Zebra, Impala, Blouwildebees, and Kudu. In this section the MTB trail crosses the hiking and 4×4 trails on a few occasions
The name says it all! If you like mountain climbing – this is the one!
Dragon is fast flowing, twisting and turning. You will meet 4 witches (bridges) at the bottom of the valley.
This is a twisting mountain single track with many switchbacks. Come test your technical skills here, but be careful as the name suggests the Snake can bite!
Kyalami is a flat, super smooth flowing single track with long and short corners to test your flat terrain riding.
Skeleton offers a variety of terrain from flat savannah to gorges and creek bed riding.
Home Run takes you back to the river and back to Hadeda camp. This is a fast downhill track.
Panoramic views await!
If you still have stamina take a hike on one of our hiking
A Food an and coffee bar is at reception and is open until 15h00
We would love to take your call, but due to high call volumes we aim to answer all your questions in the section below.
Yes we do
As a day visitor, you don’t need to book on weekends and public holidays. Parking and registration office are situated at Hadeda Camp
We have game on the trail and therefor does not allow dogs on the trail
No, unfortunately not. We have braai facilities available.
Not at the moment
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