Vergenoeg farm is situated on the slopes of the Magaliesberg overlooking the Skeerpoort valley and the Hartbeespoortdam in the North West Province.
Due to it's diverse surroundings and spectacular views, Vergenoeg has always been a popular hiking destination amongst advanced hikers. The walk along the ridge at the the top offers a vulture's view of the whole valley below. Our well marked trails will take you on an adventure although a certain level of fitness will be required to complete the full route, as a reward you will be provided with a privileged view of the endangered Cape Vulture's as they launch themselves from the cliffs into the thermals.
Over 200 bird species and more than 50 indigenous trees have been identified on the vergenoeg Trails.
We are a pet friendly route. Please ensure you keep your dog
on-leash as we take no responsibility for any loss or damage caused
by pets on the trail. Please note, we do charge a fee for pets.
Orange Easy Trail- 4km (80m Elevation)
Red Moderate - 5km (360m Elevation)
Black Advanced - 10km (680m Elevation)
Our Trail also forms part of the Van Gaalen Trail Network that stretches
over 80km's throughout the valley. To Book for 2-Day Camping Hikes
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Hiking Trail Fees
(We accept both Cash & Card)
Children (>18) R50pp
Weekends & Public Holidays
(no prior booking required)
Weekdays & After Hours
(Call at the Gate for assistance)
Victor 083 560 3318
Anja 079 313 3511
Our park Rules
Strictly No Music/Noise in the parking area or on the trails.
No littering or fires will be tolerated.
No Alcohol or firearms are permitted.
Please follow the "leave no trace" policy. Removal of any rocks, plants or trees from the reserve is strictly prohibited.
Stay on the marked routes at all times.
Dogs are only allowed on the designated trails and are not allowed beyond the indicated areas.
Please clean up after your pets.
Failure to adhere to these guidelines could result in a R500 fine and immediate removal from the property.
Note: Vergenoeg is a Nature Reserve and falls under the UNESCO Biosphere reserve. We have a responsibility as visitor's to protect our environment and report any behavior that does not align with the policies mentioned above. Thank You