Wellington, A Walk On The Bain’s Kloof Side!

With Summer upon us at last and Wellington my primary home, I can take loads of walks in the Bain’s Kloof area. This gorgeous Mountain Pass joins Wellington and Worcestor, following the course of the Witte Rivier – named after the imposing white boulders scattered along the water beds. From the Pass there are many dirt tracks and hikes into the mountain side, such natural beauty with rock pools to swim in and shady spots to relax in. What a special place to find yourself close to nature. What a special place to find yourself.

The fynbos, proteas and unspoiled nature is incredible to behold.

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