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7 - 9 August 2021

Enter the #StormsRiverTraverse through the app to qualify for your tier level discount.


Many of our loyal supporters take part in multiple Dryland events in a calendar year and often across different disciplines. Athletes stand the chance to qualify for between 5% and 60% value back on their event entries, with the higher tiers qualifying for even more benefits.



The level of value back offered is determined by the rider/runner’s qualifying tier level. The opening tier levels are determined by the number of events the participant successfully completed during the last complete run of events.


As the events industry slowly emerges from this disruptive period, we at Dryland in conjunction with government, local authorities and the various sporting codes are working very hard behind the scenes to ensure that we comply with all the relevant regulations. We are making decisions in real-time and these are based on information and feedback we receive from the authorities and are always done by keeping everyone’s best interest at heart.

The primary objective is to ensure the safety of our athletes and staff, but at the same time, amidst these risk-mitigating measures, we also want to guarantee that everyone taking part in one of our events is still treated to that authentic professionalism, hospitality and unique Dryland experience.

The re-opening of the events calendar is slowly but surely unfolding and according to the current rules and regulations, the Glacier Storms River Traverse 2021 will be able to take place.

We cannot wait to welcome you back on our trails.

We urge one and all to join us on this journey of events.

The Tsitsikamma Village Inn Situated In Storms River Village

The beautiful and untouched gem of the Garden Route will host riders on this 3-day mountain bike stage ride. With tracks hugging the rugged coastline and views only seen on postcards, this ride is designed for the intermediate cyclist looking for an adventure without having to spend hours training every day. The daily distances range from 40-70 kms and will traverse the mountains, plantations and coastline adjacent to the Village.



Storms River Traverse Postponed to 2021

As you know, we are in the ninth week of national lockdown in South Africa due to COVID-19.  Although lockdown has been downgraded to Level 3, based on the phased approach that government has implemented, it is unlikely that the event industry will resume operations in the near…

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