Description

Holla Mountain Bike Trails launched on 1 March 2009. Holla Trails are a system of marked mountain biking trails among the farms in the Ballito area similar to that of the EMBA system on Tongaat Hulett land in and around Durban.
Only riders with a Holla permit are allowed access to the farmlands in the Ballito, Compensation and Upper Tongaat area, those without permits are trespassing and risk prosecution. This arrangement has been carefully negotiated with private landowners in the region who have become increasingly concerned about the uncontrolled growth of mountain biking in the area.


Itinerary

Two days with overnight accommodation. Shortly we hope to be able to offer this tour as a three to four day / three night tour staying at three different venues along the ride.

Day 1:

Arrive and stay overnight at the trail head

Day 2:

Stay in a B&B in the natural forest on the ride route.

Day 3:

Stay in a game reserve and ride in the reserve the following day.


Ride Profile

Daily Distance: There are a number of route options within each category from an easy 10 km route to a gruelling 82 km ride.
More technical rides can be arranged.

Grading: What does this mean?

  • Kulula
  • Pakathi
  • Kulikhuni
  • Kulikhuni kakulu

Days Riding: 2 to 4 days, or longer
Vehicle Support: Limited.
Terrain and Route: The rides are on single track, district road, 4×4 track and cane paths.
Additional info:The trails are some of the best in Natal with some spectacular scenery which comprises of cane fields, coastal forest and grasslands. At the trail head there are facilities to shower and have light refreshments.


Details

Group: Guided tour.
Accommodation: Luxury, family or standard chalet options.
Food: All breakfasts, dinners, and teas and coffees in the rooms are included.


Cost

Cost prices on request as per individualised tour. Minimum of four adults, we will take less but the price per person will be adjusted accordingly.
Bike Hire: R 130, including helmet.

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