Wellington (Wild Boar) Trails

The Wild Boar Trails outside Wellington, Western Cape bring you some of the best, fun, flowing single track around.

Starting and finishing at the Val du Charron Wine and Leisure Estate in Wellington, the Wild Boar network of trails offers up six routes, ranging from single track to open gravel roads or a simple jaunt around a vineyard block. The routes – everything from the Pot Belly, a 3km kids route, to the 45km Wild Boar – have been built by seasoned trail builder Pieter van Wyk and cater to the beginners and the veteran MTB riders, with a flatter 42km route for those who want to steer clear of the more challenging single track sections. Once you’re done with the riding, there are two great restaurants to kick back at and re-fuel for the trip back home.


Sub RegionNorth
Website https://erau64.wixsite.com/wildboartrails
Day Permits Yes
Online Day Permits https://erau64.wixsite.com/wildboartrails
Contact Person Ellane van Wyk
Contact Number +27 72 764 4015


Trail Network Routes

View some of the routes available on this trail network below. For more options, or to view routes from other trail networks that form part of the regional permit, please go here.

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Wine Lands Trails is an initiative between Wine Lands Cycling Club, Paarl Trails, Banhoek Conservancy, Wellington (Wild Boar) Trails, Franschhoek Trails, Elgin Valley Trails, Bottelary Hills Conservancy, MTO and Stellenbosch Trail Fund to consolidate access to these trail networks under one regional permit.