Greyton is surrounded by Nature Reserves and one can safely hike and enjoy the mountains. There are many hikes and walks – some easy and some more technical. Contact our office for a map of the walks, or www.greytonconservationsociety.com for more information on the different hikes.
If you prefer, you can choose to go on guided hikes and walks with Marshall Rinquest, director of Greyton Transition Town, who can take you on walks and hikes anything between an hour and 2 days in and around Greyton and in Genadendal. He does medicine walks where he shows people local natural plants in the area which can be use as medicine. All walks can be one-on-one or in groups.
Contact Marshall for group prices.
Tel 073 486 1965 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
When you visit Greyton remember that your ultimate Greyton accommodation can be booked through our offices, email@example.com or 028 254 9564/9414