The trails wind up a hillside to the summit where there is a 360 degree view. There are various routes to the top, so hikers can explore. Some sections are quite steep and others less so. The western trails meander through a gorge with thick tree growth giving a tropical forest feel.
This section is contrasted against the more open bush area to the far eastern side. Hundred year-old wild olive trees and ancient geology adorn the hillside. The property is entirely fenced for safety and security, with ample parking. The walk along the top of the hill borders on Warthogs Game Reserve.
There are regular antelope visitors from the game reserve (they jump the fences), so hikers should keep a look out for a siting on or around the trails. For those who like quiet, natural spots to sit and meditate or just relax for a few minutes, there are seven rest areas strategically tucked away along the trails with unique benches handcrafted from trees from the property.