The Anerades Nature Trail

Published 29th of October, 2019

The Trek Begins!


At this point the trail gets more interesting. We leave the road here, and head to the left.


This scene could have been lifted straight from countless UK woodlands.

Natural Tunnels


I love the way the bamboo makes these natural green tunnels. Bamboo can also indicate snakes though, so do watch where you are walking.

Well Maintained Path


Most of the trail is very easy on the feet. Do bear in mind though that there were landslides during the winter rain, and the route was closed for repairs. So treat the route with respect. You will be walking up the side of a gorge that can get a bit steep at times.

Gorge Stream


And here is the cause of the gorge. This stream was babbling away happily. I imagine in February this will have been a raging torrent. Definitely worth a trip back once the rains have returned in earnest.

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