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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Full Moon Hiking at Dirtopia

Looking good. I have always wanted to go on this hike, but never get to it.  Its a windless day, so it should be a good hike tonight.  Note to self: no drinking when hiking in the dark. Remember to take Petzl and coffee flask, warm gear (beani and dress in layers)!

Will try to document it for the blog too.  Ed.

PS: Happy booking your U2 Tickets in the mean time :)

Our next Hi-Tec Full Moon Hike will be on the 23rd of October (details attached and below) with panoramic views from Klapmutskop, it promises to be a night to remember….

If you would like to making a booking please send us a mail!

See you there!

Warm regards,
-discover the soul of mountain biking- " uh, and hiking!, Ed. :) "
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