Westville Country Club opens adventure trails

Trish Kotze, Roxanne Kockott and Teagan Botha.

MANY Highway residents gathered at the Westville Country Club on Friday, 7 April for the launch of the new Westville Eco Trail.

The club embarked on the project to introduce a slew of MTB tracks for the community.

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The project then gathered a host of support and partnered with the Durban Green Corridor, GO!Durban, the Westville Conservancy, the Rotary Club of Westville and the eThekwini Municipality to set up the scenic trails.

The project’s seed was planted in 2014 and the actual construction and clearing of the trails started in early 2016.

The local conservancy worked in the area to clear out the invasive plants since 2005. This was done in conjunction with Westville Varsity College.

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For those who are keen on using the route, there is no entrance fee and it’s open to the public from Monday to Sunday between 6am and 6pm.

The only time there will be a cover charge will be during a private event.

There is safe parking at the Westville Country Club and the entrance to the venue is next to the Westville Country Club Bowls Club’s parking lot.




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