Boschendal is one of the proud hosts of the Cape Epic and we have recently opened the Boschendal Trail Centre to the riding public. Expect some sweet singletrack riding. The world-class black route is proving to be a hit with intermediate to advanced riders, but we do have routes to suit families and casual riders.
The downhill singletrack includes Inferno (3.7 km), Sugar Bowl (2.3km), and Porcupine (1.3km). The 1km Orchards skills track with its sweeping berms, camelbacks, tabletops and gap jumps has both beginner and advanced options.
Trails: Our marked trail circuits starting just inside the Rhodes Avenue security gate. 4km Yellow Route; 9km Green Route; 11km Blue Route; 15km Red Route; 23km Black Route. The Black XL route adds 3-4 sections onto Black route.
Parking: Riders can park at the main parking area at Boschendal Werf. From here you can buy your permits at the Boschendal Trail Centre, located next to The Tree House Pump Track.
Permits & maps: Permits are available from the Boschendal Trail Centre. 100% of the permit fee goes towards building and maintaining our trails. Please note that permits will be checked by security at Rhodes Avenue gate. No permit no ride.
Rates: MTB Trail Day Permit - R 50 | Pump Track – R25 | Guided Bike Tour 1 Hour - R 400
Annual rate: R500 for 1 | R800 for a couple | R1000 for a family. Permits valid for 12 months from the date of purchase. Please bring an ID photo when applying for an annual permit. An annual permit will take 1 week to process but riders can ride for free on the day they apply and pay for an annual permit.
Bike rentals: Kids bikes, Hardtail, Full suspension and E-Bikes for hire. Contact email@example.com or telephone 021 001 9401 to make a reservation.
Trail Tuesdays: Join us every Tuesday for a Night Run or Ride, 5/10km, starting from 17h30 at the Boschendal Trail Centre. Reward yourself with a Black Angus beef burger and craft beer at The Deli afterwards. R25 run / R50 ride fee. All ages welcome.
Opening hours: Open 365 days. Monday-Sunday 08:00-17:00.
Disclaimer: Please note that mountain biking is a dangerous sport. Trails are constantly changing and riders should use these trails with caution. No helmet no ride. Riding is at your own risk we do not accept liability for damages or injury.