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As Cape Town Trail Marathon prepares for a weekend of racing, Love our trails coordinates cleanups to ensure runners get to enjoy litter free trails. Cape Town Trail Marathon was introduced to Love our trails by Owen Middleton from Wildrunner in 2021 to help remove litter on a part of the route below Signal Hill that runners would be using. Love our trails have been organising cleanups in this area since 2015 and work closely with SANParks to try keep the area clean;

Just a few weeks ago Louise Farrell shared a shocking picture of litter on a trail below Lions Head. Louise immediately co-ordinated a cleanup on Saturday 8 October in partnership with Love our trails, Sugarbird Trust, SANParks, CoCT, TBK Watch and Remax who brought in a team from Straatwerk. The cleanup up was a huge success, picking up 60 plus bags of litter in 3hours. We would like to tank everyone involved in making this cleanup possible and a special thanks to the

Love our trails partnered with Cape Union Mart to host our annual Mandela Day Cleanup on Platteklip Gorge for the 7th year running.  On Saturday 16th July 2022 over 30 volunteers joined us for the Mandela Day cleanup and together we picked up 10 bags of litter and scrubbed off some graffiti.  The day was a huge success, not only did we leave the trail cleaner than we found it but we enjoyed a morning in nature with like minded trail folk

Love our trails celebrates it's 7th birthday by hosting the Mandela Day Trail Clean Up on Platteklip Gorge. Blake Dyason founded Love our trails in 2015 after hosting a trail cleanup on Platteklip Gorge. Over 100 trail volunteers pitched up and collected 55 full bags of litter. Join us for a fun-filled day in nature to meet like-minded people and make a difference in our environment. When: Saturday, 16 July Where: Platteklip Gorge, Starting Point Time: 08:00 - 12:00 Bring the grandparents, neighbours and cousins. Everyone

Love our trails partnered up with Telltale.Media to produce a local podcast that can compete internationally with production and quality, Keeping it WILD.Blake Dyason founded Love our trails in 2015 hosting regular trail cleanups and activation as well as public speaking with the aim to connect people to nature in a way that will encourage trail users to care for and protect these wild spaces. Like many others, lock down put a sudden stop to the great work and awareness

The Duiker Island cleanup and guided hike was so much fun, not only did we clean up the trail and coastline we learnt so much about the history of Hout Bay and specifically about Hangberg.   Love our trails and Cape Union Mart have partnered up to host a series of cleanups but this cleanup was different, we included a local guide Santonio Jonker, also known as Toni who started a guiding company CapeTown Hilltop Adventures to showcase over 20 hikes in

EARTH DAY 2021  Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EARTHDAY.ORG including 1 billion people in more than 193 countries. We can all take action to protect our environment.   5 great ways to take action and make everyday Earth Day.  Recycle  It really is easy and rewarding to recycle. Contact your local recycling companies and find out who collects recycling

Love our trails is excited to partnered up with Wanderlust Movement to guide and host a Cape Point 2 day 1 night hiking experience. Imagine walking along a rugged coast line, across secluded beaches and sleeping in a mountain hut in Cape Point, Imaging drinking wine under the stars as the oceans crash against the rocks and waking up to the smell of coffee with the sun rising over False Bay.   Don't miss this opportunity. Find out more HERE: Date: 23 & 24 April. Limited

Love our trails has partnered up with Cape Union Mart and Vida e Caffe to host the Oude Schip Guided Hike and Cleanup. Join us for a meaningful and fun morning with Blake Dyason, founder of Love our trails as he guides us to Oude Schip Island to take in the breathtaking views of the coast, Boss 400 shipwreck, Little Lions Head, Twelve Apostles and Lions Head. Love our trails will be providing gloves and bags for the cleanup. The Oude

Love our trails is excited to share the Reddam House College sustainability project with you. This is our second school sustainability project and we are sure it's not our last.    In 2019 we piloted a school sustainability project with the French School of Cape Town. This project included a number of elements.  School Talks. Each team we focused on a new topic. What is waste, Where does waste go? Single use plastic, Bio products, recycling, Reuse or repurpose, Circular thinking, Composting and vegetable

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