The hiking trail comes to life again – South Coast Herald


The Tendele hiking trail came to life recently when 18 trailers took advantage of the cooler weather to travel 6 km of the 10 km trail.

It is a family course that can also be easily walked by children. The trail begins at the Umzimkulu Sugar Mill in Port Shepstone.

It winds along the Mzimkhulu River to the Saint Helena pumping station.

A short climb to the viewpoint offers spectacular views of the Mzimkhulu and Mzimkuluwana rivers.

The gorges and valleys are real curiosities to see, right on our doorstep.

Then a fairly steep climb of about 700 meters brings us to Bazley Farm and Ugu Dam.

A pleasant walk then passes through Kulucrete and returns to the mill.

Hailey Michael, Rowen Michael, Reggie John, Barbara Michael and Jayan Moodley.

Umbango River Conservancy encourages nature lovers to include this hike in their vacation activities which can be done anytime convenient for you.

“In the interest of promoting good health and fitness, we have decided to reopen the trail, with small groups both following Covid protocols,” said Raj Naganna.

For more information contact Raj on 083 5555021 or Morgan Naidoo on 076 2389826.


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