Schematic diagram of the Wannabees Trails for 2017
The schematic map below provides an overview of the layout of the club’s trails to the west of the R44. (The provincial route between Somerset West and Stellenbosch). The red route consists off all the trails linking the club’s two main trail heads, located at Somerbosch Winery and the Lord Charles Hotel. The Wannabees red route is not a single trail, but has a number of interesting tributaries taking riders to either of the two trail heads. Other trail colours (i.e. yellow, purple etc) denotes loops off and back to the main red route.
Printable Wannabees Trail Map 2017
Please note that the route colours on the 2017 map has been updated to be in step with the schematic map above.
The Wannabees Cycling Club (WCC) has published this map to help bicyclists use their bicycles on the club’s trail network. Users of this map should be aware that potential hazards and obstructions may exist on the routes shown and that the WCC maps in no way warrant the safety or fitness of the suggested routes. The user of this map bears the full responsibility for his or her safety. Users of this map are cautioned to give precedence to actual trail route signage information as displayed on the club’s trail network.
The latest map version is: Source File: megamap_V10B_A3 | Issue Date: 20 February 2017
What’s New: Blaauwklippen loop, removed.
Google Map version of the Wannabees Trails 2017
The Wannabees trails are constantly undergoing updates. The Google map below includes a layer showing the planned trail updates for 2017, marked in grey. As soon as the trails updates are active, the trail-colours will be updated to the appropriate route colour.
Somerbosch to Lord Charles Elevation Profile
KML/GPX file for the: Somerbosch to Lord Charles Red Route
Lord Charles to Somerbosch Elevation Profile
KML/GPX file for the: Lord Charles to Somerbosch Red Route
The Wannabees Cycling Club’s trails are marked by means of directional arrows and other information affixed to white boards. Presently all the tired-looking flat plastic boards are being replaced by short sections of white PVC pipes mounted on posts. You will find directional arrows, night-ride directional arrows (where appropriate), IMBA trail difficulty grading, route colour-marker stickers and where appropriate place names, on each board.
PLEASE DO NOT CYCLE OFF THE MARKED ROUTES AND
IN CONTRAVENTION TO THE DIRECTION INDICATED BY THE TRAIL ARROWS.