Mountain Biking in Hluleka, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape South Africa

33 km/20.5 mi
Wild Coast is an exquisite, breathtaking coast section of the Eastern Cape of South Africa. It stretches from the Mtamvuna River in the north to the Kei River in the south. The coastline stretches into a remarkable 280 km/173 mi with an incredible magnificent coastline, craggy cliff faces and wild beaches. The climate at the Wild Coast is generally mild.

The climate at the Wild Coast is generally mild with winters getting as low as 6°C/42.80°F and summers getting up to 28°C/82.40°F. Wild Coast surroundings offer amazing outdoor adventures. The Wild Coast mountain biking runs from Hluleka, a breathtaking reserve which lies at 80 km/49 mi away from Mtatha (formerly Umtata) to Coffee Bay.

 "Mountain Biking Trail in Hluleka"

This is a 33 km/20 mi one way route and classified from intermediate to advanced, with a terrain of hiking trails, soft sand and rutted cattle tracks. This route also offers an extreme hill to tackle at 13.5 km/8 mi and steep drop at 27.5 km/17 mi. Summers are very wet and the drier months are May and June. This route is not suitable for children.