Wining, Dining & Zip Lining in the Magaliesberg Mountain Range

Updated: Oct 8, 2020

Bright and early on the morning of 7 November, I embarked on an experience with Magaliesburg Wines that was indeed true to its hashtag – #AdventureAwaits. After a 2 hour trip to the Ysterhout Gorge, situated in the beautiful Magaliesberg Mountain range, my inner Tarzan came out to play.


Guest Blogger: Darren Meltz, More Than Food Mag


Disclosure: Our site contains Affiliate Links. As an Amazon Associate we also earn from qualifying purchases. Clicking an Affiliate Link and purshasing something we recommend, won't cost you anything extra - it probably will save you some bucks. It will though give us a small comission which will help this site remaining a free resource for travellers to explore our world together.



Around 10am, in the now 37 degree highveld heat, we arrived at Magaliesberg Canopy Tours. The adrenaline had now really kicked in and even our guides jokingly asking if we were ready to “rock and fall” was not enough to dampen the spirits of The Dream Team (as we called ourselves).


In no time at all we suited up in our harnesses and embarked on our journey across 10 slides, more than 30m above the canopy floor. What better way to take in the majesty of the second oldest mountain range in the world.


Magaliesburg Wines