Hikers Network couldn’t exist without its volunteers. Take Annabelle-Linda Gertze: she is a hike leader, team leader for Bishop Lavis Enviro Hiking Club (BLEHC), and last but not least: a SafetyMountain tracking trainee!
As large wildfires continue to cause havoc on the Garden Route, we are being inundated with questions from hikers about the state of the hiking trails, including the Otter trail. This is what we found
The Hikers Network is a hiking family made up of mountain lovers who are dedicating their skills and time to serving mountain users like yourself. Yusuf Samaai is one of them!
This year’s Chauncey’s Epic Anti Bullying hike, which took place this weekend and was once again supported by The Hikers Network, drew over 120 hikers from all walks of life!
Summer is (almost) here and that requires some extra care when hiking, particularly on hot days (27 degrees and over). Here are soime tips!
Our volunteers dedicate their free time to serving mountain users by tracking their hikes, helping in rescue operations, or doing other tasks. Paula Faria, a SafetyMountain Tracker and Search & Rescue volunteer, is one of them.
We are often asked how people should use our SafetyMountain Tracking Whatsapp-based service to the best of their advantage. To make it easier for everyone, here are some tips, guidelines, dos and don’ts:
This morning, several subscribers told us about a number of cars that had been broken into in a secluded part of the gravel road leading up from Constantia Nek’s main parking.
In May this year, The Hikers Network Search & Rescue tragically lost one of its team members. Jennifer Harlow passed away on 13 May in a fatal accident on Woody Buttress, a route she knew inside out.
The Bishop Lavis Enviro Hiking Club (BLEHC) is focused on community upliftment and is dedicated to, not only hiking but promoting environmental awareness and seeking sustainable solutions to environmental problems.