FNB Forest Family Hike 2018


General Description:
For most athletes, Winter is about recharging, base miles and family time. The Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival is an opportunity for all three. We provide the marked, catered and supported opportunity for the whole family regardless of age or fitness levels, to experience the magic of the deep forest. We are excited to host the 7th annual FNB Forest Family Hike 2018. The legendary Harkerville Trails are considered mountain biking and trail running Utopia.

Here’s your chance to absorb the magic of these famous forests with friends and family. You can loosen up your off-day legs with a brisk hike over a longer distance or amble the shorter walks at fairy listening pace. Who knows, you may just spot a Knysna Loerie, or better, an elephant. Our aim is to educate the ecological importance of the forests whilst embracing quality family time, health and wellness for all ages in an eco-friendly way.
Event Date: 02.07.2018 to 06.07.2018
Venue: Hakerville
Address: Between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay
Province: Western Cape
Online Entries close: 06.07.2018
Enquiries to: Electric Ink Media
sueforge9@gmail.com
021 438 5972
Website address: www.electricink.co.za/forest-family-hike /
Online Entry URL: Enter here
Discipline category: Other
Race Format: Family Hike

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For most athletes, Winter is about recharging, base miles and family time. The Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival is an opportunity for all three. We provide the marked, catered and supported opportunity for the whole family regardless of age or fitness levels, to experience the magic of the deep forest. We are excited to host the 7th annual FNB Forest Family Hike 2018. The legendary Harkerville Trails are considered mountain biking and trail running Utopia.

Here’s your chance to absorb the magic of these famous forests with friends and family. You can loosen up your off-day legs with a brisk hike over a longer distance or amble the shorter walks at fairy listening pace. Who knows, you may just spot a Knysna Loerie, or better, an elephant. Our aim is to educate the ecological importance of the forests whilst embracing quality family time, health and wellness for all ages in an eco-friendly way.