Gecko Creek Wilderness Lodge is featured in the Northern Section of Peter Slingsby’s new “Hike the Cederberg” map., complete with our Leopard Rock, Elephant Rock, and ring road hiking trails. The map also outlines the property boundary, as well as our GPS coordinates, height above sea level (from 252 m to 609 m) and distances from the N7 to our gate (1.6 km to the Olifants River Bridge), then another 2.6 km to our gate located on the right hand side, followed by our 3.5 km driveway through the african bush to our lodge. Your Cederberg accommodation at Gecko Creek Private Nature Reserve includes the options of staying in wooden cabins/chalets, safari tents, or pitching your own tent or caravan under the shade of our trees.
Great little review in this month’s Go! magazine.
‘Hike the Cederberg by Slingsby Maps R225
You’ll have a hard time getting lost in the Cederberg with this map in your backpack. Every trail, contour line, cave and stream has been noted by the cartographers, who actually walked the routes themselves. Accommodation options and contact details are also included. Printed on two double-sided A1 sheets, you actually get four maps for the price. It’s the best Cederberg map we’ve ever seen.’
[we ACTUALLY walked the routes ourselves ]
Look out for a longer article in the January edition of Go! and Weg!