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Drakensberg Trails Newsletter June 2020

Drakensberg Trails Are Open!!

The last 2 months have just been weird – on the one hand the opportunity to slow right down and reflect has been a real gift, but on the other hand, not having people to share this beautiful part of the world with, has felt wrong somehow.

So now that Level 3 has been announced, we are really grateful for the chance to open up the trails! In celebration we are running a special: 

Purchase an annual trail pass before the end of Level 3 Lock Down and it will be valid until the end of 2021.

Prices:
MTB Pass: 
R750 per adult 
R200 per child 12 and under


Runners Pass:
R500 per adult
R100 per child 12 and under


Please email Loretta – info@alloutadventures.co.za if you want to take advantage of this offer
As always, proceeds from the sale of the passes goes straight to trail maintenance. During Lock Down we have not been able to have our maintenance teams come in, and although resident volunteers have managed to keep the trails passable and the black jacks at bay, we are really looking forward to getting the team back!
Due to the restrictions on tourism, the resorts and All Out Adventures remain closed, and so funding for the maintenance team will come directly from the sale of the annual passes.

Despite All Out Adventures being closed, trail users can still access passes via our DIY pass system. The parking and bathrooms are open, and passes are available on the veranda, so trails can be accessed at any time, even if nobody is in the office.

Whether it's for a day trip in the not too distant future, or for a weekend away when tourism opens up again, we can’t wait to see you all back on the trails.

Chris & Loretta and the Drakensberg Trails Team

 
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