The Magaliesburg Mountain Bike Club (MMBC) was formed to assist with the development of a network of trails that link local businesses in the Magaliesburg area. The trails can be used for cycing, hiking as well as trail running and will help promote Magaliesburg as a green, eco worthy destination for the local travellers from Johannesburg and Pretoria.
With the village of Magaliesburg close enough to both major cities in Gauteng for a day visit (Pretoria and Johannesburg), why not bring your bikes and enjoy the natural beauty of the Magaliesberg and surrounding areas. Have a great day of riding and then visit one of the many restaurants or pubs in the area to finish off your day of action and fun before heading back to the city…
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Surprise your loved one with a mesmerising picnic experience in the Majestic Magalies Mountains. a Basket filled with decadent treats and mouthwatering delicacies will be waiting for you on a blanket showered with rose petals to set the perfect milieu. We will add the extra touch by adding red stemmed roses and strawberries dipped in chocolate sauce.Enjoy an unforgettable day out with no mess and no fuss! With more than eight years of experience in the event management industry, you can be certain that everything will be taken care of professionally. Including set up. You just need to book, arrive and enjoy! Cell:082 780 4971 Fax:086 762 2741 Email:email@example.com Web:www.cradlepicnics.co.za
Mountain Sanctuary Park is located approx 1.5 hrs from JHB and PTA and is a perfect weekend getaway for hikers, birders and all who love quiet and tranquil settings. There are various hikes available as well as clean water pools in the mountains. To conserve the serenity, there is a limit to the amount of visitors allowed in the park on a daily basis. The walk to the top of the Magaliesberg range is well worth it, the views from atop is reward enough for the long walk.
The caves are believed to be well over 2.2 million years old!
After an initial 90-step descent, visitors take an elevator down to the chamber of the 60m deep cave. Despite damage from mining lime in the past, the 125m-long, 154m-wide natural wonder has spectacular cave formations. Features include rimstone pools, mushroom, straw and popcorn formations, “Madonnas”, cave pearls, and stalactites and stalagmites up to 15m in height, most of which are still growing. The cave has its own colony of bats.
The cave has stalactite and stalagmite formations up to 15 metres high, a high percentage of which are still growing. The deep cave is accessible to visitors by elevator and is located within the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve which is in the Cradle of Humankind.
Outside Adventures are able to arrange a wealth of exciting outdoor adventure activities in the Magaliesberg area.
From abseiling into caves, to river rafting and kloofing and many more activities for the adrenalin junkies!