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Boegoeberg 4×4 is situated on the farm “Lambertshoek”, in the “Engelsman se Berge” overlooking Graafwater, Elands Bay, Lambertsbay and Clanwilliam. Trail owner Sybrie de Beer has been committed from the start to making Boegoeberg 4×4 an eco-friendly, family orientated venue, ensuring maximum pleasure for the whole family, with the minimum impact on the environment. It has attained its well-deserved “Top Ten” status in the Drive Out magazine. The camp area, with its well thought-out lapa, ablution blocks, plenty of shade, power points at each campsite and a huge swimming pool, are some of the many reasons why this trail is so highly rated. Definitely one of the best camps we visit throughout the year.

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There are 30 campsites, sandstone cottages, a rustic camp in the mountain and a self catering guest house. There is a Sandstone Mine on the farm where sandstone building blocks are still handcrafted to perfection. The handcrafted sandstone mined here has been used at very well-known destinations. You may even consider purchasing a few square meters of sandstone for that special braai or fireplace you always wanted. Other sources of income are Rooibos tea, which is well known to the area, and Buchu, which is harvested annually high up in the mountains. The need to get to the Buchu, via many mountain tracks, is how this fantastic trail originated.

The Old Donkey Wagon Trail

This trail has been transformed into a very popular 4×4 trail, climbing high into the “Engelsman se Berge” to the “Platklip Viewpoint” where panoramic views await you. The white dunes of the Lambertsbay 4×4 trail, the pointy mountain at Elands Bay, the many potatoes circles of the Sandveld and many other landmarks in the Cederberg Mountain range can be seen from the viewpoint. Remember what goes up must come down and it’s the long technical descent, followed by a steep ascent, which forms part of this very popular trail. Along the mountain route are some interesting and technical driving sections, marked with very appropriate sandstone name boards. In addition to the mountain trail, you’ll drive a short circular route with a variety of challenges and a sand hill climb challenge, still waiting to find an appropriate name.

The latest addition to the trail is the route along a riverbed on the farm. The amount of rain that has fallen prior to a visit to the trail will determine the difficulty of the route along the riverbed. This is always a very popular section and will ensure many highlights and photo opportunities. This is an optional section with escapes at all the obstacles. From Cape Town take the N7 north. Turn left at Paleisheuwel signpost 10 km before Clanwilliam. Drive for 12 km and turn right at the Graafwater signpost. After 7 km turn left at Boegoeberg 4×4. The farm is 3 km down the road.

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Hidden in the historic Eros Mountains, a mere 15 kilometers from bustling Windhoek. - See more at: http://sa4x4.co.za/trails?sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=3&sobi2Id=24#sthash.v5lAAnpa.dpuf
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Hidden in the historic Eros Mountains, a mere 15 kilometers from bustling Windhoek. - See more at: http://sa4x4.co.za/trails?sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=3&sobi2Id=24#sthash.v5lAAnpa.dpuf
atjiesvlei Valley, Bô­jaankop is a relatively easy 15km self-drive circular trail that traverses the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains. The whole area is really an undiscovered gem and one could easily base oneself at Bôjaankop and spend several days exploring the back routes in the area and enjoying the local flavour. They are unquestionably some of the most scenic drives on offer in South Africa. On top of that, the history of the area is very fascinating. Give Bennie and Selma the chance and they will happily fill you in on some of the details of the area. In fact, Bennie grew up with the original Gamkaskloovers crossing his farm to access their hidden valley

The trail:
Bô­jaankop trail crosses the rocky Gamka River and climbs steeply up the rugged, fynbos-covered Bôjaankop to some 540m above sea-level. From this vantage point you have a 360° view of the surrounding mountains, including an unusual peek into Gamkaskoof/Die Hel. The trail follows the course of the river on the old drag tracks of the Gamkaskloof sharecroppers where they dragged their bundles of wood out of the valley for witblits distillation. To complete the main trail, low range and a 4x4 with good ground clearance is required, but provision has been made for softroaders.
Trail Features
[Trail Grade] 2-3
[Type of Vehicle] 4X4 & 4X2
[Accomodation Available] Camping & Chalets
[Min/Max Vehicles] Max Vehicles: +5
[Trail Distance] 15km
[Time to Complete Trail] 3-4
[Guided / Self Drive] Self Drive
[Low Range] Yes
[Good Ground Clearance] Yes
[Best time of year] All year roundSet in the Matjiesvlei Valley, Bô­jaankop is a relatively easy 15km self-drive circular trail that traverses the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains. The whole area is really an undiscovered gem and one could easily base oneself at Bôjaankop and spend several days exploring the back routes in the area and enjoying the local flavour. They are unquestionably some of the most scenic drives on offer in South Africa. On top of that, the history of the area is very fascinating. Give Bennie and Selma the chance and they will happily fill you in on some of the details of the area. In fact, Bennie grew up with the original Gamkaskloovers crossing his farm to access their hidden valley

The trail:
Bô­jaankop trail crosses the rocky Gamka River and climbs steeply up the rugged, fynbos-covered Bôjaankop to some 540m above sea-level. From this vantage point you have a 360° view of the surrounding mountains, including an unusual peek into Gamkaskoof/Die Hel. The trail follows the course of the river on the old drag tracks of the Gamkaskloof sharecroppers where they dragged their bundles of wood out of the valley for witblits distillation. To complete the main trail, low range and a 4x4 with good ground clearance is required, but provision has been made for softroaders.
- See more at: http://sa4x4.co.za/trails?sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=3&sobi2Id=19#sthash.wip8l1Wk.dpuf
Set in the Matjiesvlei Valley, Bô­jaankop is a relatively easy 15km self-drive circular trail that traverses the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains. The whole area is really an undiscovered gem and one could easily base oneself at Bôjaankop and spend several days exploring the back routes in the area and enjoying the local flavour. They are unquestionably some of the most scenic drives on offer in South Africa. On top of that, the history of the area is very fascinating. Give Bennie and Selma the chance and they will happily fill you in on some of the details of the area. In fact, Bennie grew up with the original Gamkaskloovers crossing his farm to access their hidden valley

The trail:
Bô­jaankop trail crosses the rocky Gamka River and climbs steeply up the rugged, fynbos-covered Bôjaankop to some 540m above sea-level. From this vantage point you have a 360° view of the surrounding mountains, including an unusual peek into Gamkaskoof/Die Hel. The trail follows the course of the river on the old drag tracks of the Gamkaskloof sharecroppers where they dragged their bundles of wood out of the valley for witblits distillation. To complete the main trail, low range and a 4x4 with good ground clearance is required, but provision has been made for softroaders.
- See more at: http://sa4x4.co.za/trails?sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=3&sobi2Id=19#sthash.wip8l1Wk.dpuf
Set in the Matjiesvlei Valley, Bô­jaankop is a relatively easy 15km self-drive circular trail that traverses the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains. The whole area is really an undiscovered gem and one could easily base oneself at Bôjaankop and spend several days exploring the back routes in the area and enjoying the local flavour. They are unquestionably some of the most scenic drives on offer in South Africa. On top of that, the history of the area is very fascinating. Give Bennie and Selma the chance and they will happily fill you in on some of the details of the area. In fact, Bennie grew up with the original Gamkaskloovers crossing his farm to access their hidden valley

The trail:
Bô­jaankop trail crosses the rocky Gamka River and climbs steeply up the rugged, fynbos-covered Bôjaankop to some 540m above sea-level. From this vantage point you have a 360° view of the surrounding mountains, including an unusual peek into Gamkaskoof/Die Hel. The trail follows the course of the river on the old drag tracks of the Gamkaskloof sharecroppers where they dragged their bundles of wood out of the valley for witblits distillation. To complete the main trail, low range and a 4x4 with good ground clearance is required, but provision has been made for softroaders.
- See more at: http://sa4x4.co.za/trails?sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=3&sobi2Id=19#sthash.wip8l1Wk.dpuf

Additional Info

  • City: Clanwilliam
  • Distance to closest town: 25 km
  • Province: Western Cape
  • Country: South Africa
  • Google Longitude: 18.753948
  • Google Latitude: -32.281618
  • Grade: 3 - 4
  • Low-range: Yes
  • Vehicle Type: 4x4
  • Good Ground Clearance: Yes
  • Accommodation: Camping only
  • Trail distance: 25km/10km
  • How many hours of driving?: 6 hours / 2 hours
  • Self Drive or Guided?: Self Drive
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