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About Palmiet River Trail

The Palmiet River Trail is an easy day walk along the Palmiet River in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve. The scenic out-and-return route navigates through diverse and pristine fynbos to the turnaround point at Stokoe Bridge. Plan to swim and picnic at The Beach – a beautiful white sandy spot on the riverbank. Various distance options range from 9 to 18 km. Plan to start this hike before midday.

Duration: 3 – 7 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 9 – 18 km

Website:
www.capenature.co.za
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Palmiet River Trail is 9.8km from the centre of Kleinmond , the nearest airport 51.9km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling