Play like a kid while tackling the toughest obstacles at the IMPI Challenge, go for a beautiful walk and a private wine tasting at De Waal Wines and give the pups at Animal Welfare Society a much need day of fun in the sun at the annual Brak Trap. We have a wide variety of outdoor activities this weekend to cater to any sort of fresh air enthusiast.
Exhilarating obstacles, mud, music and an amazing festival area. Social, fun and challenging. Elite athletes can push their limits.
The IMPI Challenge is an adrenaline-charged experience, no matter what your level of capability or fitness is. It’s an opportunity to play like a kid and challenge yourself while having fun. The IMPI Challenge is so popular because anyone can participate. The entry categories cater for a variety of athletes, from elite sportspersons, competent and beginner runners and families looking for a fun experience. Participants can enter individually or as part of a team (teams vary in size from 2 – 25 people, (although team members start together, they do not need to finish together).
Best Dressed: One of the many highlights of the IMPI Challenge, IMPIs are encouraged to get creative and express themselves. The best-dressed individual and/or team stand the chance to win awesome prizes compliments of our sponsors.
The Walk to the Top of the Hill is hosted by owner Pieter de Waal and starts at the Tasting room. The walk through the many rows of vineyards on the farm will end in the shade of the giant old fig tree. The fig tree is a landmark on the farm and based next to the oldest Pinotage vineyard, planted by Danie de Waal in 1950 and now an impressive 69 years old. The stunning Top of the Hill Pinotage will be offered for tasting right there and the walk down will begin soon after that. A private wine tasting will follow on the outside Terrace, concluded by a wonderful selection of cheeses and delicasies, as well as a glass of wine
Join Dirtopia for the last Sportsmans Warehouse event for 2019 at the beautiful Morgenhof Wine Estate.
Historically a wine estate since 1692, you can trace the rich winemaking history of the estate back to the original French Huguenots. The Simonsberg conservancy favours red cultivars and the well-known Fantail Wines of this historic Estate. The best way to describe Fantail wines would be the French, vin de soif and vin des copains. Translated as satisfying wines to be enjoyed with friends. The peacocks can be seen roaming the estate and their majestic tail plumage emulates the extravagance of flavour found in a bottle of Fantail.
Enjoy a picnic in the gorge and a slow walk back down. Guided by Andreas Groenewald, this walk lasts about four hours and consists of a walk up to Disa Gorge. Participants need to be moderately fit. It is advised to wear proper walking shoes, bring a sun hat, camera, binoculars and your own picnic. To Book email the Friends Of The Helderberg.
In need of a study break? Puppy love? or Fun in the sun? The AWSS Brak Trap is the place to be. Animal Welfare Society Stellenbosch will be giving you the opportunity to walk a shelter dog through the vineyards for some much-needed barking, bonding and playtime. R30 per person, all proceeds go towards the running of the shelter.