George Peak Challenge

The start and finish of the route is through a pine plantation and it crosses a couple of streams through the indigenous forest but most of the route is through Cape Fynbos. You will be greeted with incredible views of the surrounding landscapes. If is called a ‘challenge’ because summiting George Peak is fairly hard work for most people. Bring a small backpack and at least three liters of water/hydration per person. Also remember to pack food, a first aid kit as well as clothing for changing weather conditions as the climate on high altitude can change quickly. Make sure that you are physically fit and cleared by your medical professional to take on this hike.

The walk is facilitated by the Green Sport Foundation non-profit, the organization behind George Trails project. There is no charge for the hike but please make an donation via or at the start/finish of the hike. The hike is led by experienced volunteers.

No children under 14 years of age.

What to Expect
  • Spectacular Veiws 
  • Cape Fynbos
What to Bring
  • Food
  • A first aid kit
  • Clothing for changing weather conditions as the climate on high altitude can change quickly.
Date  Friday 14th April 2017
Grade  Strenuous
Duration  5 – 8 hrs
Start Time  06h30 for 07h00 start
Cost  Walk is free, Walk requires a CapeNature permit, Additional or Recommended Charity Donation for NGO leading the walk.
Walk Leader  Werner Rall – 0834443748
Directions   Outeniqua Nature Reserve, Cape Nature office, Witfontein, George


1. Select the number of people you are booking for by clicking on the spaces box below.

2. List in the comment box the name of the charity and amount you wish to donate for nature.

3. For bookings on the day or assistance with directions, please call your walk leader directly.

This event is fully booked.