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Old Fire Lookout / Thuthumi Hut

Old Fire Lookout / Thuthumi Hut

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Formerly a Fire Lookout the hut is located in the Cathedral Peak Reserve. The hut is very exposed to the elements. The view from the hut is from Cathkin Peak in the south to the Amphitheatre in the north, with Cathedral Peak range jutting out in the middle.
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Category Huts & Camps
Ribbon Falls Cave

Ribbon Falls Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Ribbon Falls Cave is in the Cathedral Peak area. The floor is level and offers good protection from storms.
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Ship's Prow Pass (North)

Ship's Prow Pass (North)

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Most mountaineers describe Ship's Prow Pass as the most difficult non-rock pass in the Berg - it is the highest in the Berg after all. The view from the top is legendary. Going up the North Fork is not not advised due to falling rock, rather go up the South Fork.
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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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Situated in Bonjaneni, a 15-minute walk from Rugged Glen Stables, Tugela Falls Bed and Breakfast provides accommodation with barbecue facilities. The property is around 3 km from Mount-Aux Source and 3.4 km from Sleeping Beauty Summit. Sigibudu Valley is 3.6 km from the bed and breakfast and Trilby Hill is 3.7 km away. ...
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Castle Buttress

Castle Buttress

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Castle Buttress is located within the Cathedral Peak area. Organ Pipes Pass is the closest pass.
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Category Peaks
The Twins

The Twins

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The Twins are in the Cathedral Peak area.
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Schoongezicht Cave

Schoongezicht Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Schoongezicht Cave is in the Cathedral Peak area. The cave is right next to the Ndedema river. The views upwards from the cave are beautiful.
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Ledges Cave

Ledges Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Ledges Cave offers magnificent views over Mnweni from the cave only for the brave, there is a huge drop below the cave, don't go to the edge. The 10m walk down to the cave is not to bad and anyone looking to try something different will enjoy this adventure. The path down to the cave can be difficult to find from the ...
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Mlambonja Buttress

Mlambonja Buttress

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Mlambonja buttress is located in the Cathedral peak area. Mlambonja means hungry dog, it refers to the lack of game in the area meaning the early hunters dogs were left hungry.
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Ifidi Cave (Annex)

Ifidi Cave (Annex)

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Not the true Ifidi cave but does offer shelter for about 4 people. The true Ifidi cave is about 280m further in a South Easterly direction.
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Aleit's Shelter

Aleit's Shelter

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Aleit's Shelter is located in the Cathedral Peak area. Interpretation by Celeste Rossouw: The “trance-buck” or flying antelope with trailing wings is a dream image created by a Bushman shaman (medicine man or ritual specialist) to illustrate his experiences during trance. Contact: Mrs. Lihle Madondo, Hospitality Ma ...
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Category Cathedral Peak
Three Puddings

Three Puddings

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The Puddings is in the Cathedral Peak region of the Drakensberg.
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Category Peaks
Baboon Rock Hike

Baboon Rock Hike

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The hike starts at Cathedral Peak Hotel. The hike is 4.1km's to Baboon rock, the last 2 km's on the way to Baboon Rock are fairly steep with a total elevation gain of 440m.
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Category Hikes
Kwamfazi Shelter

Kwamfazi Shelter

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Kwamfazi Shelter is in the Amangwane Traditional Authority Area. Interpretation by Celeste Rossouw: Some researchers like Frans Prins believe that larger kaross-clad figures might represent AmaZizi people who adopted Bushman ways during times of drought and during the Mfecane-Difeqane. They are the only group of Ban ...
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