Trails can be accessed from All Out Adventures or from the Accommodation venues listed below:
Aha Alpine Heath Resort,
Set high in the majestic northern Drakensberg, midway between Durban and Johannesburg, 45km from Bergville in Kwazulu-Natal, Aha Alpine Heath Resort is a stylish four-star village in the berg, surrounded by crystal-clear streams and mountain fresh air that blends perfectly with the landscape, and widely regarded as one of South Africa’s premier conference and family holiday Drakensberg resorts.
The Berghouse & Cottages,
Romantic, comfortable cottages with views of the Drakensberg mountains from the windows of the cottages are offered at this 1650 acre privately owned destination. Log fireplaces in each cottage with an abundance of firewood supplied and charged per bundle used. These cozy cottages are all fully equipped with kitchens and kitchenettes,including ovens and stoves, microwaves, kettles, etc to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
The Cavern Drakenberg Resort and Spa,
Superior suites and standard accommodation are available with views of the surrounding valleys. The Forest Spa, set high up in the indigenous forest, is a relaxing space to unwind in whilst being treated by our therapists. The resort offers daily guided hikes and horse rides. The Cavern is home to an extensive range of recreational facilities, from trout fishing to mountain bike trails.
Greenfire Drakensberg Lodge,
The Greenfire Lodge Drakensberg is one of the jewels in the Lodge Collection. The Lodge features a main communal lounge, dining area, and cosy bar for socialising, overlooking the Royal Natal National Park and famous Amphitheatre. Accommodation is in Canadian styled log cabins, each en-suite. Twin rooms all have their own fireplace. A communal lounge, dining area, and surround verandah with cosy bar for socializing, overlook the Royal Natal National Park and breathtaking Amphitheatre.
Hlalanathi Drakensberg Resort,
Beautifully set in the Natal Drakensberg, with serviced chalets, and spacious grassed caravan stands overlooking the Tugela River and Amphitheatre. Halfway between Gauteng and the coast, this is an ideal breakaway resort with modern facilities and sparkling ablutions. Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the Amphitheatre Golf Course is situated next door to Hlalanathi. This challenging Nine Hole boasts the Amphitheatre as a backdrop, and has been developed with minimum impact on the ‘berg environment.
The Ledges Retreat,
Ledges Retreat is a peaceful guest farm set in a picturesque valley in the Northern Drakensberg. Surrounded by beautiful mountains, the resort offers stunning views of Cannibal Cave and Sugar Loaf, and overlooks the Langkloof, a lovely walk for bird and nature lovers.
We offer self-catering as well as dinner, bed and breakfast accommodation. The resort is under new ownership, and we have recently renovated our self-catering Farmhouse as well as our B&B rooms so guests can enjoy a comfortable, relaxing break in scenic surroundings.
Montusi Mountain Lodge,
Situated in the Kwazulu-Natal Drakensberg, halfway between Johannesburg and Durban, Montusi Mountain Lodge is the only upmarket destination in the area with a full and uninterrupted view of the Drakensberg’s most famous part, the Amphitheatre escarpment. Our guests enjoy this spectacular scenery in the comfort of their private individual garden suites.
Orion Mont aux Sources Hotel,
Nestled at the foothills of the majestic amphitheatre of the Drakensberg Mountains,where you can be assured of the tranquillity of the berg and the excellent service and quality of our renowned food and buffets served. This landmark property is easily accessible from Johannesburg and Durban. The Mont-Aux-Sources Hotel borders the renowned Royal Natal National Park and offers magnificent views of the world-famous Amphitheatre.
Sungubala Eco Camp,
Set on a secluded mountain farm, overlooking the Sungubala Valley is the Sungubala Eco Camp. This is a Self Catering Camp, ideal for a nature lover’s active getaway. The camp is equally suited for just relaxing. In keeping with the Eco theme, all power is wind and solar generated. Gas is used for cooking, and water heating.