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Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve

By Must Love Hiking


Nestled in the foothills of the Moreleta Kloof lies one of Pretoria's most exquisite gems, the Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve.

The approximate 100 ha reserve is home to various small game species Flowing through the reserve is a tributary of the perennial Moreleta Spruit, which has its origins at Wingate Park Country Club.

We returned to Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve because it is an amazing hiking trail, it is well-marked and well-maintained.

We did use this opportunity to raise funds for one of our own children and we are so grateful to everyone who showed up. Thank you also to those who made a donation.

Your support is much appreciated.

1.5km and 4.6km trails on offer


This is a well marked trail, with some minor ascents and descents

Merrell hiking footwear, a hat, water and snacks


Hiking routes have been marked out, catering for everyone from the Sunday stroller to avid hikers. The routes vary in length from 1.5 to 4.6 km showcasing all that the reserve has to offer. Please note that no bikes or dogs are allowed in the park after Nature Conservation introduced game species.

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Field Notes:

This trail is easy with some minor ascents and descents. It is vital to have the correct footwear to avoid injuries. We enjoy our @Merrell hiking footwear.

You can own your very own pair of Merrell footwear by going to, let us know when you do so. More of our hikers are wearing Merrells and they are enjoying the experience.

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Trail Log:

We set off a little past 07h30 to avoid the heat. The trail is quite shady most of the way with some areas that do not have any shade. There is a river that runs through the trail which makes it tranquil.

There are animals on this hiking trail, Springbuck, Zebra, Blesbok, Impala, Duiker, Bushbuck and Ostrich. Birdwatchers can enjoy the abundant birdlife.

We witnessed two of the Ostriches take a dip in the pond to cool off in the heat. A duck and her ducklings were also taking a leisurely swim. A tortoise and her baby were strolling into the shady grass.

There is no cost for this trail. You will need to send an email to the conservation team and complete a form should you wish to visit the reserve.