Situated in the east of Pretoria on the Bronberg section of the Magaliesberg mountain range, Hedianga Farm offers an exciting new trail running, mountain biking, birding, and walking experience.  This old mountainous region lies between Garsfontein and Graham Road (Lynnwood Road extension) south-east of Pretoria. Hedianga Farm covers an area of 140 hectares, and includes a number of ecological zones, incorporating quartzite ridges as well as grassland areas. It is home to a remarkable diversity of plant and animal life. The Bronberg extension of the Magaliesburg mountain range is likely to have been occupied by early hominids similar to those found in the Sterkfontein caves, the “Cradle of Humankind”.

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Hedianga Farm – Fast Facts

Grading: Difficult
Duration: 1-3 hours
Configuration: Circular route with loops
Start Point: Hedianga Farm Parking Lot
GPS Coordinates: 25°48’24.55″S /  28°21’1.53″E
Terrain: Quartzite ridges and Grasslands
Access Requirements:
Your paid ticket is now valid for the day that you pay plus the next consecutive 6 days.
Adults (13 years and older): R35.00 per person
Children (12 years and younger) R15.00 per child
Horses and Dogs: welcome (Bring a leash) Free.
Open seven days per week. Monday to Sunday 6.30 am to 6.30 pm.

Wednesday afternoon from after till late the entrance fee at this time will increase from R20.00 to R25.00 per adult person only.
And for students (teenagers 13 to 17) from R5.00 to R10.00 per teenager only.

Trail Markings: Wooden signs and colour marked stones.
Facilities: Clean toilets and running water.
Cell reception: Good, reception on all parts of the trail.
Beware: Snakes, ticks, dehydration and falling. Always carry a cell phone with you, some parts of the trail are not accesible by car.
Best time of the year: Summer and Winter

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