The Greyton McGregor Hiking Trail (also known as the Boesmanskloof Trail) is a 14km trail that winds through the Riviersonderend Mountains linking the towns of McGregor and Greyton.
The trail may be hiked in one day, from either McGregor or Greyton. However, most opt to hike over 2 days and stay overnight in either town. A large variety of accommodation is available in both.
The hike is characterised by steep gorges, large rock pools, waterfalls (the popular Oaks Falls) and beautiful Cape fynbos wildflowers. There is also plenty of birdlife and wild animals such as Duiker, Grey Rhebuck, Klipspringer, Baboon, Dassie, Spotted Genet and Leopards (although hikers are unlikely to spot one).
Greyton Tourism does not issue permits over weekends - permits should be booked in advance to avoid having more than 50 people on the trail per day.