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Activity knows no boundaries here

What do you get when you combine incredible natural beauty, endless roads and a safe environment?  An urge to get active, of course!

 

 

Prince Albert presents an activity for every level of enthusiasm.

 

If a gentle stroll on a farm or a friendly set of tennis is your thing, you are in the right place. If you are an adrenaline junky, be our guest – shoot down the Swartberg Pass on your mountain bike or hike into Gamkaskloof.

 

There are lots of options between the extremes, so get your running shoes, bicycle or hat and explore the endless Karoo.

 

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Ten trails which include fossils, riverine bush, view of Prince Albert from the mountain top, dry waterfall, Bushman shelters, etc.   Bushman Valley is in the Swartberg Private Nature Reser...more

Bushman Valley's labyrinth ... will aMaze you!   Overnight guests can now enjoy the 7- circle walk free. For day trippers, it is included in the R20 all day hiking charge....more

Dennehof tours offers a number of supported hiking and cycling activities or you can just hire a bike to explore town.   Hiking in the Swartberg Pass - Lindsay arranges a hiking permit a...more

, MTBAfrica provides events and stage rides in Southern Africa for mountain bikers, endurance road and gravel cyclists.   Swartberg100 Gran Fondo :- an annual autumn race combining gravel a...more

Walk an 11 circuit labyrinth in the vast, open beauty of the Great Karoo.   Lisa Smith built this labyrinth out of concern about fracking in the Karoo.  The explained that she loved what S...more

, Prince Albert Parkrun is a free, timed, 5km run that starts every Saturday morning at the Odendaal Sportgronde.  April to September we start at 8 am, October to March we start at 7 am.  It is part o...more

, , , , , Visit our cycle shop between African Relish and PEP Stores for -     Repairs and parts Bicycle rentals Skills training/training programmes Bike setup Assistance in findi...more

Day hikes, overnight hiking trails and 4 x 4 routes.   YOU MUST CARRY A PERMIT:  Swartberg Hiking Trail – Permits at Lazy Lizard CapeNature have a concession with Lazy Lizard and hiki...more

, , Prince Albert lies at the entrance to the 27km Swartberg Pass, considered one of the most spectacular mountain passes in the world: an untarred road winds to the summit 1 583 metres  above sea level ...more

, Walk the Karoo Labyrinth in the garden at St John the Baptist Church in Bank Street.   You are most welcome to walk the Karoo Labyrinth at St John's and spend some time in contemplation a...more

, You can do the "koppie" trail on the hill behind the village (no permit required).   The path starts at the top of Cromwell Street and ends in Klipstreet and can be done in reverse, starti...more

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