Please note that no dogs are allowed, as there is wildlife present.
Further information from http://www.footprint.co.za/klipriviersberg.htm
Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve is situated 11 km south of the city centre, next to the southern suburb of Mondeor and consists of 615 hectares of open veld and koppies. The reserve was first proclaimed in 1984, although the area has a rich history that can be traced back 250 000 years to the Stone Age. Many artifacts from bygone eras are to be found in the reserve, including ancient stone circles, the remains of early dwellings that are thought to date from about 1500. The reserve was bought by the Johannesburg City Council in 1950.
The reserve has two main access points. On the north side is the one in Frandaph Drive in Mondeor; probably the most popular. On the south side is the entrance from Peggy Vera Road at the Recreation Centre.
The reserve is open daily, from sunrise to sunset. The area is supervised by horse patrols with a guard at the parking area in Frandaph Drive, Mondeor.
The reserve has around 150 recorded species of birds and around 650 indigenous plants and trees growing in it. The pleasant Bloubosspruit stream meanders its way through the reserve. The reserve is well stocked with wildlife, including Zebra, Wildebeest, and Hartebeest.
The reserve has a network of trails running through it. The best place to enter the reserve for walking purposes is at Frandaph Road, Mondeor. From here it is a walk of just over a kilometre to Silent Pool. A gumpole sticking vertically out of the ground indicates the spot where the path leaves the Bloubosspruit and climds away up the mountain.