New Year's training camp at Afriski!
December 6, 2018  

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Have you thought of riding your road bike at altitude? Have you been to Lesotho before? Join our training camp over the new year in Lesotho!


If this interested you, and you want to train on spectacular roads, and experience some phenomenal climbing, then join us for a few days in the mountain kingdom at the Afriski Resort for a road bike training camp for the change of the years.

Dates 31st December - 4 January

Accommodation at Afriski


Four nights sleeping at altitude with rides that start each day at Afriski, and range from a 2 hour ride on the 31st, with 3 big days of 4 hours or more covering some of the best rideable climbs on the high altitude road.

Day 1 - 55km Afriski - Tlaeeng & return (880m altitude gain)
Day 2 - 110 km Afriski - A1 Climb to the sky (Experience the 14km Climb ave 6% 2200m - 3100m Altitude) 2300m Altitude gain for the day
Day 3 - 125km Afriski - Tlaeeng Pass - Oxbow - Mahlaseala pass (10 km Climb ave 7% 2400m - 3200m ) Total 2800m altitude gain for the day
Day 4 - 136km - Afriski - Tlokoeng and return Up A1 Climb to the Sky - 2900m Altitude gain.

Routes can be adjusted to suit the strengh of varoius levels of athletes.



The final day can include a short recovery ride before departure.

The rides are out and back, so you can shorten the days depending on ability, or add a bit with Mahlasela repeats near Afriski.



We have done this before in a training camp setting and it has proven to be beneficial for the group that embarked on the camp. Mountain biking is a possibility with many trails around Afriski, and this lends itself to an Epic training camp block.


Lodge Accommodation with all meals at the Sky Restaurant: R4000 per person sharing (Single supplement R4500)  this is a Self drive option.



Join us on this adventure!



Valid passports required and the routes planned are possible with regular road bike gearing. (compact chainrings and 11-28t minimum is recommended)

There are also a range of other activities for kids and non riders to do at Afriski in summer, and spending time at the altitude setting is always relaxing and fun.



Please contact Nic for more info:
 082 855 3578


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