Matobo Hills is an area of granite koppies and wooded valleys south of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. The hills were formed (over 2 billion years ago) from granite forced to the surface, that has eroded to produce smooth “whaleback dwalas” and broken koppies, strewn with boulders and interspersed with thickets of vegetation. This unique topography makes for some amazing riding with many unique features adding to the overall experience. These include the highest concentration of rock art anywhere in the world, a history of Anglo-Ndebele conflicts and a diversity of flora and fauna.
DETAILS OF THE TYPICAL OR STANDARD MATOBO HILLS TOUR
While this details below are for typically fairly tough riding, the area lends itself to tailoring the rides to suit any skills and fitness.
|3/4: MODERATE TO CHALLENGING
For regular mountain bikers who have a good level of fitness. Routes with some moderate to difficult technical sections.
|BEST TIME OF THE YEAR
This area has such a variety to offer that it is ideal to customise for any group resulting in a truly bespoke experience.