The three-day Impofu hiking trail re-opened in Mountain Zebra National Park on 15 September 2011, following its closure in July last year. The 25-kilometre hiking trail will now operate as a guided trail, with hikers being led by armed guides. The opening of guided walks follows the closure of all hiking trails in July 2010 following the tragic death of a hiker who was attacked by a buffalo on one of the hiking trails.
The suite of activities available at the Park includes cheetah tracking, 3-hour guided walks, guided visits to rock art sites and guided drives. Two short walking trails (1-kilometre and 2.5-kilometre trails) are also available to visitors as self-walk options.