All in a day’s run

The great thing about running trails is that you get to see more – and when you’re not being hounded by competitors or impatient fellow runners, the delight of stopping to consider the multitude of large and small wonders encountered along the way is also there. This was a day spent getting from Thendele camp (where I was visiting with family) in the Drakensberg Royal Natal National Park, to the top of the world’s second or third highest waterfall, the Thukela Falls, via Witsieshoek, and back again. (That was January 2009.)

About David

I am an environmental writer, journalist and speaker living in Cape Town, South Africa.
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