On 28 April 2018, Paul will walk up the Sani Pass in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Imagine walking 8km up the absolutely spectacular Sani Pass, at the foot of the Maloti Drakensberg World Heritage Site, leading into Lesotho. But imagine walking this 5 to 6 hour hike with only one healthy leg! This walk is all about ability and doing that which you think you are not capable of. So both amputees and “normal” people will join forces on this walk to encourage one another to finish this endurance trail that will ask for psychological and physical strength.
The walk will start at the Lesotho/SA border post and twirl upwards to a level of 2874m above sea level, where it will finish at the highest pub in Africa. Medics will be on duty, water points will be set up along the way and there will even transport for those that are not able to complete the walk. Everyone will be transported down the pass to the starting point after the day's walk. You are welcome to make use of the accommodation packages available at the beautiful, newly renovated, Premier Hotel Sani Pass, where we will also have our main gala event on the evening of 28 April.
Please note that all participants in the walk will need to be in possession of a valid passport and if you plan to take the opportunity to also drive up the pass, you will need a 4x4 vehicle.