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Read more here: A hike with a purpose “(We) proceeded towards Champagne Castle, and scaled Mafadi, Giant’s Castle and finally the Thabana Ntlenyana, the highest point in Lesotho and the highest mountain in southern Africa,” said Melville in a written account of the hike.
“After a fantastic send-off on May 25 from the Phuthaditjhaba (Witsieshoek) in Free State, the Climb for K9 expedition scaled the Chain Ladders and summitted the 3000m Mont aux Sources and Stimela Peaks within the first three days.
Speaking at the celebration, Melville emphasised the important work being done by the anti-poaching K9 Unit to safeguard the wildlife in our national parks, which was under heavy threat from poachers.
“The number of rhino poached in Kruger National Park dropped by 20% in 2016, and the number of arrests of poachers doubled, and the dogs were involved in 90% of these successful arrests, so they are making a big difference.
After traversing 230 km across the Drakensberg over 13 days, the Climb for K9 expedition has racked up an impressive R104 000 for its chosen cause.
The three hikers from Kwa Zulu-Natal – Grant Melville, Ian Shooter and Jeffery Mthabela – each have extensive bush experience and made the trip unassisted with only one re-supply stop.