At Shelter Rock we not only provide exciting adventures on the Magaliesberg. We also provide the opportunity for special interest groups, family groups and organizations to arrange their own functions.
All images on this website were recorded on Shelter Rock.
The name Shelter Rock is the name given to a massive boulder which was dislodged from the Magaliesberg cliff face about 10 000 years ago. It can be seen from many kilometers away.
Local people took shelter at the Shelter Rock from the enemy during the Great War of 1898-1903 and during Mozillikazi, of the Zulu's, invasion of the area in 1820.
Our mission is to provide access to the natural beauty of the Magaliesberg while at the same time preserving the natural habitat of the Magaliesberg.
To achieve this:
During the summer months it becomes quite hot and we recommend that activities should begin as early as possible.
Guests must also make sure that they keep themselves hydrated by drinking enough water and applying enough sunscreen.
During the fall, winter and spring months it can become chilly on top of the mountain and extra clothing is advised.
Do not forget to bring your camera to capture the spectacular views.
Always wear closed shoes without slippery soles to prevent injury.
We have a Tuck Shop with limited supplies