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New CapeNature map by Forge makes planning your next trip even easier

CapeNature reserve map.

With CapeNature’s new reserves map crafted by Forge, planning your next CapeNature adventure just got even simpler.

The easy-to-use map, hosted on CapeNature's website, neatly highlights all CapeNature reserves, accompanied by links, photos and helpful information. This interactive map empowers you to explore not only the layout of the camps but also the entire trail network that CapeNature looks after, with up-to-date notices of individual trail statuses and reserve closures.

Using the search function on the CapeNature map
Find what you're looking for quickly with interactive map tools.

The map is synced with the free Forge mobile app so you can rest assured that when you’re hiking and exploring the beautiful trails, the digital map on your free Forge app will also be up-to-date. Integrating across platforms is entwined in our mission at Forge to give you the most comfortable and safe experience possible and part of our dedication to offering the best solution to you, working together with CapeNature as their digital mapping partner.

A major highlight of the new map is live, up-to-date warnings and closures for each reserve. Trails and reserves may be closed for safety reasons, particularly in winter, when the Cape often experiences numerous and potentially dangerous rain downpours. We collaborate with CapeNature to update you on emergency closures as soon as possible, allowing you to plan accordingly.

CapeNature reserves map.
Reserve statuses and closures are boldly highlighted in this map.

Use our interactive map to get the most out of your next trip exploring the magnificent trails CapeNature has to offer. As we are always looking to make our maps as simple, accurate and helpful as possible, we welcome your feedback! Drop us an email, at to share your thoughts and comments.

Man with wide-open arms on mountain peak in Outeniqua Nature Reserve.
Use the new CapeNature map help you plan your next adventure. Photo by Marinus Coetzee (@marinusctz84) at Outeniqua Nature Reserve.


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