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Kenneth Stainbank Nature Reserve Yellowwood Park

IMG_0556 IMG_0565 IMG_0570 IMG_0572 Stainbank trail Stainbank eagle

When grey or windy weather thwart beach plans in Durban, visiting a nature reserve is our favorite outdoor activity.  There must be about 10 nature reserves dotted within under an hour’s drive from central Durban.

One grey day on our last Durban trip we chose to revisit the Kenneth Stainbank Nature reserve in Yellowwood Park, sort of between the Bluff and Queensburgh.

Stainbank Nature reserve zebra

Our car shared the parking lot with zebra.  On beginning the shortest ‘brown trail’ Fjord (8) exclaimed “This is just what my legs needed!”

Stainbank Trail marker

Despite lovely train marking stones, we got a little lost, which somewhat spoiled the walk.  If you do the hike, first have a good look at the trail board in the car park area, before setting off.

Recently we have also visited these Durban Nature Reserves

Umhlanga Nature Reserve

Bluff Nature Reserve

 

One comment

  1. Sounds like a great plan if the weather does not play along

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