Ou trekpad 4x4 roete ?




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    Default Ou trekpad 4x4 roete ?

    Naand almal

    Ek is nog redelik nuut en nat agter my ore as dit by 4x4 kom. Ons beplan om bietjie naby tegaan ry en die ou Trekpad is lekker net om die draai, ek ry n Jimny met paar extras op en vra maar enige advies oor die roete en plek asb. Het iemand dalk die ingang se gps koordinate asb?

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    Default Re: Ou trekpad 4x4 roete ?

    Probeer die Wes Kaap seksie, daar is n klomp wat al hierdie roete gedoen het.
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    Default Re: Ou trekpad 4x4 roete ?

    Kyk bietjie na hierdie thread:

    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum...tes-and-trails

    HeavyG het hierdie gepost (post 6):

    Arranged roughly in increasing distance from you. At least I think so......... I'm from the dark side of the Boerewors Curtain so I might have gotten some wrong.

    GearUp at Imhoff farm: http://imhofffarm.co.za/activities/gearup-4x4/. I have not been personally, but it seems like a nice place. Not so much a trail as an obstacle course.

    Helderberg: http://helderbergplaas.co.za/helderberg-4x4-route/. Have not been, but should be a good option for you. Doesn't sound too hectic at all, with some AWD softroaders and even 4x2 bakkies having completed it. Reportedly has some awesome views.

    Grabouw trail: https://www.countryclub.co.za/sporting-activities/. Still on my todo list, especially the moonlight drive.

    Welgelegen: https://www.facebook.com/Welgelegen4x4. I've been here more than a dozen times. A great trail all year around, although it does get more tricky soon after rain. Gravel and rock, no sand, but plenty of obstacles with easy bypass options for all the trickier ones.

    Dirt 'n Dust (aka Rough and Tough, although nobody really seems to use the new name): No website or contact details as such, but here's the entrance off the R312: https://goo.gl/maps/VXQUbndStA92. It's R150, not a trail, more of a playground. There are hills and holes of all sizes, and you can pretty much drive wherever and see what kind of fun challenges you can invent for yourself.

    Atlantis Dunes: plenty of threads here. Permits obtainable in Atlantis at the Municipality opposite SAPS. Mon - Fri and the first and last Saturday of the month. There is a new permit office on site but they are not yet operational. Lots of fun to be had, but don't go alone, and try to go with at least a few people who have been already.

    Ou Trekpad: https://www.outrekpad.com/. Mostly sandy tracks with a few water crossings. Nice braai lapa for a quick boerie braai when you're done. Biggest issue is that you might get lost as the route isn't particularly well marked. Try to get someone who has been there recently, the more recent the better.

    Koeberg Nature Reserve: This is a special one because it isn't actually possible to drive here generally. Eskom do grant NSRI station 18 (Melkbosstrand) usage of the reserve once a year for their fundraiser. Unfortunately you just missed it, but follow them on Facebook and perhaps you want to join next year: https://www.facebook.com/NSRI18. This is a scenic drive through the reserve, eventually bringing you to the dune fields, where there are a number of obstacles.

    Honingklip: https://www.facebook.com/Honingklip-...6324709414350/. Fan-flippin'-tastic! I love this place, it's just a pity its so far for me. Gravel, rock, sand, obstacle course, water crossing, sand pit, steep climbs, amazing views, this place has it all.

    Kroonland: https://www.hellovilliersdorp.co.za/...and-4x4-route/. Still on my todo list, but from what I can tell it's a nice trail.

    Tierkloof: https://www.sa-venues.com/things-to-...oof-4x4-trail/. Great trail. Mostly rocky with a few trickier bits. A nice sandy climb toward the end which can catch you out if you aren't paying attention.


    That's all I can think of that's reasonably close. Remember to keep an eye on the Western Cape section to see who's going where, or feel free to post there if you are looking for someone to join you sometime.
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