See the beautiful views as you explore the hill.
This occurs at around 4pm most days when I go up the hill to herd the horses into their stables. You are welcome to join me and the dogs as we walk the horses down.
Stormy Hill is Dog friendly
Stormy Hill is dog friendly for well behaved pets. We are a conservation area so there are various wild animals and I have horses, dogs, cats, chickens and ducks at Stormy Hill. If your dogs would like to chase any other animals they must be kept on their leads.
There are beautiful flowers at Stormy Hill. The side and bottom of the hill is classed as Midlands Mistbelt and the top is classified as Southern Drakensberg. This is a flower seekers paradise with wild orchids and pristine grassland.
Stormy Hill is residence to numerous species of birds. From our weaver bird colony to the jackal buzzards soaring overhead.
You may be lucky to see some of our visiting wildlife. There are different types of buck from our frequent garden visitors the bushbuck to reedbuck and duiker. Porcupines and bushpig diggings are often seen. The caracal and jackal frequent the hill. For primate lovers there are vervet monkeys and baboons.
Things to do in the area
Take a drive and see the Midlands Meander with its craft shops. Try a canopy tour on a zipline in the Karkloof. Eat at quaint cafes and restaurants. Visit the Howick waterfall and see the zebras at the Umgeni Nature Reserve. Visit Underberg or take a day trip to Sani pass and into Lesotho. Alternatively just relax, have a braai (barbeque) or take a stroll around the property.