Franschhoek Wine Valley
We are the Tourism Association of the Franschhoek Wine Valley. We represent our lovely region with tourism information services, reservations, and official destination marketing organizational services. It is our great pleasure and privilege to welcome you to Franschhoek.
Absolutely LOVED the beautiful hike and so want to spend a few days in amazing Franschoek!... - Helen Millson.
Absolutely LOVED the beautiful hike and so want to spend a few days in amazing Franschoek!
Helen Millson experienced the Hiking & Walking at Berg River
Fine! Very happy to pay R300 to ride all year on some of the most beautiful routes anywhere!! I suggest cyclists who have paid their annual permit fee should have something to put on their bikes to show this. I hope that funds permitting the Wolvekloof trail gouged out by the rockfalls and some of the rougher parts of the Assegaibos trail can be rehabilitated. Not that it matters to me but I think R50 to just walk to the bridge and back (which is what most visitors do) is a bit much. People may be more honest and income higher if it was R25. There could also be an annual rate for a couple or family.
Barry Phillips experienced the Annual Permit: Hiking
Frank and Pauline Everest
We didn't know where it was OK to park our car, and so probably walked much further to get to the dam than we needed to. A few signs would have been helpful. But it is a splendid walking area, and we wished we had a better map to show the paths, because the map which we were sold showed cycling and walking routes all jumbled together. And it wasn't clear where all the routes actually started from in relation to where the parking might have been.
Frank and Pauline Everest experienced the Hiking & Walking at Berg River
We had a great ride, only complaint is that trail markings are completely inadequate. Fortunately local trail runners helped with advice. This is MTB heaven and marking trails at key points would improve overall experience and safety.
Craig Boswell experienced the Mountain Biking at Berg River