Wild Horses Mountain Guest Lodge

Address: Sterkfontein Dam, Harrismith, Free State, 9880, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sterkfontein Dam, Harrismith.
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    Travel Blogs from Harrismith

    3 days @ Drakensberg Sun (Central Drakensberg)

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Feb 22, 2015

    1 photo

    ... awesome views of the berg. If you are looking to buy timeshare and play golf, then this resort is a winner. The day was topped with a great thunderstorm which will help the farmers with their maize, and of course lowered the temperature which is a great relief. Tuesday dawned and as this was our last full day in the berg we set off after a scrumcious breakfast to visit Falcon Ridge which is a bird of prey centre. They have flight displays daily @ ...

    North Drakensberg Traverse

    A travel blog entry by laurencejperry on Feb 02, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... something you've walked, or will walk, so camp is a little more tedious than usual. That said, and this is the clincher to why it's still well worthwhile, the in your faceness of the amazing scenery when you're looking at it really is darn impressive, and totally unique. It's not the toughest hike you can do, but it certainly is challenging for a few reasons: 1. No marked trail, navigating by topo map the whole way. A designated gps and not your iPad ...

    Royal Nutters at Royal Natal

    A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on Apr 21, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... views were fantastic! Part way through the walk there were a series of long chain ladders that you had to climb to get up the rock. The Tugela Falls (second highest waterfall in Africa) which you can usually see from here was dried up but you could still see the long plummet down where it would fall. We walked further up to get to a good vantage point of all the surrounding mountains.


    The Chain Ladder Trail

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Oct 27, 2012

    9 photos

    ... June, with temperatures down to minus-15. My equipment was not very good (I was carrying a primus stove, for example) and although I put my water bottles inside my sleeping bag at night, they were frozen solid in the morning. Because of the short days, there was no alternative to spending 14 hours in the sack. It was hard to stay hydrated, because even on the north-facing slopes the water didn't begin trickling until almost mid-day. But this was ...

    My Little Hike

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Feb 07, 2012

    32 photos

    ... I decided it was time to go for my little hike.

    It was just after 12 when I left. As it was an easy, gentle walk, there were no steep parts, which made it more relaxing. At the beginning there was a great view of the Amphitheatre. It was a very open area that I was walking in as I followed a thin path. At about one kilometre into the walk I came to a junction. Here there were a few choices as ...