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If you are into picnicking with your family or walking and hiking, a visit to the Helderberg Nature Reserve is a must. There is a large lawned area for picnics under beautiful oak trees and a number of walking/hiking trails suited to all levels of...More
We went to the reserve and ate at the restaurant three oaks and walked around with little one . They served the best hamburgers I ever had and great service . We sat outside and really peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.
What a wonderful place to go to stretch the legs or just relax under the trees on the soft green grass. There are many hiking trails on the slopes of the Helderberg that are well sign posted, colour coded and safe enough to walk alone....More
Helderberg Nature Reserve is what made me fall in love with Somerset West! We are regular visitors to the nature reserve and particularly enjoy Sunday morning walks. The trails offered vary from mild to wild and the views are simply amazing! Well maintained routes and...More
The Nature Reserve is kept clean and feels very safe. We did a one and a half hour walk along the laid out trails and very soon were walking through lovely fynbos and copious protea bushes with lovely views over False Bay and the Hottentots...More
I stopped off to buy a map which did not help much. The paths are not well marked and got lost on the way back to the car park. They should paint stones the colour of the route to show which road leads in that...More
a quiet, relaxing walk with a friend, enjoying the birdlife and wild flowers, and watching a group of young people enjoying the outdoors... other walkers, some rambling, some serious hikers on their way down from the higher ridges...we rewarded ourselves with a delicious coffee and...More