Fort Nottingham monthly walk
The regular walk with the Lion’s Bush Conservancy in Fort Nottingham, KZN Midlands, takes place on the third Thursday of each month.
The meeting point is opposite the Fort Nottingham Museum, in the Hamlet of Fort Nottingham, at 9am.
Please phone Roy Tabernor on 071 676 7458 at least the day before the walk, to book.
A R20 donation to the conservancy is requested.
If you would like tea/coffee and muffins after the walk, then the donation will be R50. Please pre-arrange the coffee and muffins when booking the walk.
The walk, under the guidance of conservancy member Roy Tabernor, usually covers the high mistbelt grassland, which is part of the private Fort Nottingham Stewardship Nature Reserve and the degree of difficulty depends on the participants on the day.
There are a number of game species which inhabit the area and which are often seen.
If the set monthly date does not suit, then Roy is willing to do the walk on a specified day for a minimum of six walkers, provided the date is not a public holiday or weekend.
The Ezemvelo Reserve at Fort Nottingham/Lion’s Bush, which includes the Tony Kerr trail, which is marked, is open to the public from 7am-6pm daily.