• Hit the dirt – Go mountain biking. Greyton abounds with trails and the locals will help you map out your route. http://www.greytontourism.com/doMountainBiking.php
  • Walk on the mountains – the views are worth the slog. Be brave and aim for the top or hike up a ravine. http://www.greytontourism.com/pdf/greytonHikingTrailsMap.pdf
  • Swim in a mountain pool. Find a waterfall and a rockpool and brave the icy water.

  • Eat Out at the local restaurants.

  • Have a drink at the local – Try the Posthouse for the real old pub experience, Searle’s Trading Post for a quirky Afrikaans country atmosphere. Otherwise chill out with great coffee or local draft beer at the Oak & Vigne.

  • Buy pancakes and biltong at the Saturday market, on from 10:00 – 12:00 on the main street. Look out for preserves, lemon cordials, olives, cheeses, organic veggies – all homemade.

  • Hike from Greyton to McGregor. Greyton is the starting point for the famous one- or two-day Boesmanskloof trail – more commonly known as the Greyton-McGregor trail.
  • Ride a donkey cart – The locals offer rides that will have you clattering off down the high street at pace.