Tracks And Trails

Why tracks and trails? Tracks and trails are same which means roughen, unmusical periphery/surface and used for adventures or travel. Some Tracks or, trails often use only for walkers. Some trails are used for cycling, hiking, cross country skiing. In other words you can say it is a rough and tough road for adventurous who […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On June 8, 2013
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Why tracks and trails?

Tracks and trails are same which means roughen, unmusical periphery/surface and used for adventures or travel. Some Tracks or, trails often use only for walkers. Some trails are used for cycling, hiking, cross country skiing. In other words you can say it is a rough and tough road for adventurous who love hike, cycling.

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  1. Jame Hodges

    The Hex River trail has three sections totalling 75km that should ideally be tackled over two days, but if you don’t have that kind of time available they can be done individually. Point is, they should be done, as this is undoubtedly one of the Western Cape’s most dramatic and appealing mountain trails.

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