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Bollard Pass

Bollard Pass

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Bollard Pass is not marked on most hiking maps. It is closely associated with and named after Bollard Peak.
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Rwanqa Pass

Rwanqa Pass

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Rwanqa Pass is fairly difficult. It's route is not clearly shown on official maps as the pass is very overgrown.
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Enjoy an exhilarating 5.4 km downhill descent on the monster mountain scooter, crossing steep terrain, meandering grasslands and an indigenous forest. A free 4×4 ride takes you to the top of the hill. Scooters are non motorised making this eco friendly. These Swiss designed scooters are used in the Alps during the summ ...
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This is a great 3 hour (6,6km circular route) moderate walk through an indigenous forest to a magnificent grotto with waterfall and pool. The water can be cold as not too much sun shines into the pool. After the pool head up the hill to Barry's Grave. Dick Barry was one of the early mountaineering pioneers of the area ...
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Pholela Cave

Pholela Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Pholela Cave is in the Cobham region near the Pholele river. It's a large cave with a relatively level floor and good shelter in bad weather. Spectacle and Gorge cave are nearby and worth visiting.
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Fergy's Cave

Fergy's Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

This cave is close to a river and found on the route towards Centenary Hut.
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The Maliba Circular Route is a 13km hike (8miles), starting at Maliba Lodge at 2030m, following the Upper Route to Black Pool, then climbing steadily up to 2626m above sea level. Thereafter you come down the fairly steep valley to the ventilation shaft, and then circle back to the lodge through gate #8 and the river po ...
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Transit 4

Transit 4

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
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Transit 4 is in the Free State.
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Katana

Katana

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Katana peak is located in the Giants Castle area. It is considered a complicated climb especially when there is snow. Image description: Looking North after the Long Wall towards Katana in front and the Thumb in the distance. A relatively easy three-hour hike from here to Langalibalele Pass after summiting Mount Durnf ...
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Wild Berry Guest Farm is located in Mooirivier. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with a TV. Complete with an oven, the dining area also has a refrigerator and kitchenware. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. You can enjoy garden view from t ...
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Injisuthi Pass

Injisuthi Pass

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Injisuti Pass is a true test of endurance.  It is tough, steep and involves a fair amount of scrambling over boulders and up small waterfalls. It is not suitable for an inexperienced hiker.
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Sani View Self Catering features views of the southern Drakensberg mountains and offers easy access to activities in Himeville and Underberg. The accommodation consists of a main house with 5 bedrooms, a cozy lounge with spacious adjoining kitchen and dining area. There is also a quaint and rustic free-standing cottag ...
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Red Wall Peak

Red Wall Peak

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Red Wall Peak is in the Injisuthi area.
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Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge in South Africa is situated in the Northern Drakensberg Mountains at the foot of the magnificent Sentinel Peak. The lodge looks across to the Drakensberg Mountains Mont-Aux-Sources and Amphitheater, with endangered bearded vultures soaring overhead. This beautiful mountainous area is home to ...
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Knuckles Pass (South)

Knuckles Pass (South)

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Knuckles South Pass is an easier, grassy pass with a trail unlike the north pass route.
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