At Sneeuberg, days are spent exploring the 14 500 hectare Nature reserve and returning for a hearty lunch on the patio, followed by a lazy siesta, lying flat with a pile of reading matter or cooling off in one of the swimming pools.
Evenings are spent around a fire, enjoying Karoo fare that you have either prepared by yourself in the fully equipped kitchens or delivered by the Sneeuberg staff.
During Winter, the temperatures during the day are perfect for outdoor activities and the evenings are spent indulging in the romance of the chilly Karoo nights. 200 kilometers of mountain trails have been created for 4 x 4 driving, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding - all with the most incredible vistas of the mountains and vast plains of the Great Karoo. The river walk traverses stone plateaus along the river bordering the Reserve.
Take yourself on game drives or adventure up one of the many mountain tracks. 200 km's of mountain trails have been created, catering for those dare devils in need of some adrenaline or those wishing to enjoy a scenic route. For guests who do not have a suitable car, mountain and game drives can be arranged in the farm vehicle.
Explore the Sneeuberg mountains by bike. The farm has a variety of scenic tracks: mountain, riverine and long flat scenic tracks making each ride different and exciting. Guests can also ride to Nieu Bethesda for lunch which is about 40 km away.
Due to the fact that Sneeuberg does not have predators, the 14500 hectares of land can be enjoyed and explored by foot. Walk through the grazing Nguni herds or observe the Antelope on foot, stop along the way for a picnic lunch and cool off in one of the rivers. For the fit and energetic hikers, the Compassberg trail is open to Sneeuberg guests. It is an 8-hour hike, located on an adjacent farm with a climb of roughly 1700m to 2505m.
Picnic and Sundowners
Mountain tops, riverine, Karoo plains or poplar forests, Sneeuberg has no shortage of breath-taking locations, perfect for sundowners or a picnic.
These spots have been marked on the map and picnic baskets and sundowner snacks can be arranged from the Gordonville kitchen.
To cool off from the Karoo heat, there are various options: dipping into refreshing rivers, cool open dam water or sparkling swimming pools.
Anglers are welcome to fish in the reserve dam, basic fishing equipment is available.