This 50km-long route begins by crossing the coastal plain, then climbs into the hills and follows a double loop through lichen fields and past caves, natural springs and unusual geological formations. It's open to groups of between six and eight people on the second and fourth Thursday of each month from April to October, and must be booked through Namibia Wildlife Resorts.
Hikes start at 9am from Ugabmund and finish on Saturday afternoon. Most hikers stay Wednesday night at the Mile 108 Camp Site, 40km south of Ugabmund, which allows you to arrive at Ugabmund in time for the hike. Hikers must provide and carry their own food and camping equipment.