Sleeps 12 in bunk beds self catering. R170 per person with no bedding or towels provided. Minimum of 4 people.
The perfect base for hikers leaving or returning from the Leopard Trail, the Hikers House has three bedrooms with two bunk beds in each room. A big lounge opening onto a covered veranda provides a great communal holiday space, ensuring you feel comfortable and at home. The house has an old traditional Aga fireplace in the lounge for winter. There are two bathrooms, with gas geyser showers.
The rate is R170 per person per night with your own sleeping bags or bedding.
Close to the house is a braai/barbeque area – a stunning setting for star-filled nights around the fire. You can find relief on hot days in the large cement reservoir swimming pool that is available to all guests at Cedar Falls, fed continuously by clear, fresh water from the mountain stream.
Please note that due to us being in a World Heritage Site, we are unable to accommodate pets.
Check in is anytime from 2pm onwards, and check out by 10am. Guests are welcome to arrive earlier and leave later if you want to do walks, however please ensure you are out of your accommodation so that our team can start cleaning for the next guests. Please note this is un-serviced accommodation.
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So from all the people on the ground who are involved in the bigger project, we would like to say a heart felt thank you to all of our partners at the ECPTA. Here’s to a long future of creating a legacy for hikers and locals alike.
For some the only thing better than a walk in the mountains is a run in the mountains. The Leopard Trail Run allows trail runners to run the Leopard trail over two days. See our trail running section for all the details.
We really enjoyed our 4 day hike along the Leopard Trail, though I must confess it was tougher than I had expected. Possibly due to the recent heavy floods that clearly eroded many parts of the trail, however, this also lent an adventurous aspect - as though we were...
A group of hikers last year commented that some places you just can’t capture with photos and videos. So for the next few weeks we challenged hikers to try their best to capture SA’s best day hike and share their footage. Here is a mix of the results. You decide.
What kind of hiker is grateful for a flash flood? These guys were at camp two when the thunderstorm hit, and we had to send a drone overhead to make sure they were all ok. The next day they were ecstatic and very grateful to have the chance to experience a force of nature like this (and that our camp sites have been well placed with floods in mind). #realhikers
Great footage of the flash floods in Feb 2019 on the Leopard Trail in the Baviaanskloof