Aloe trail winter walk on Sunday

2016-06-23 06:00
The Aloe Trail offers scenic views across the Swartkops River estuary as well as of the valley thicket and aloes in bloom.      Photo: MARISKA SPOORMAKER

The Aloe Trail offers scenic views across the Swartkops River estuary as well as of the valley thicket and aloes in bloom. Photo: MARISKA SPOORMAKER

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Aloes are in full bloom and wherever you go it makes a beautiful sight.

In enjoying these flowers and in celebration of environment month, the Zwartkops Conservancy invites the public to join them on a walk in the Aloe Reserve on Sunday.

There is a choice of two trails. The full 7km trail is easy as it is almost all one level. The short 2km route is for those who cannot walk far, but would like to see the Bluewater Bay valley thicket at its best.

All walkers are requested to meet at 09:30 at the Aloe Reserve at the top of Tipper’s Creek Road in Bluewater Bay. It is suggested to wear takkies or good walking shoes.

  • For more information contact Jenny Rump on 041 466 1815 or 082 853 0700.

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