Stage One of the Conservation Mega Trail - from Pakhuis Pass to the Koue Bokkeveld mountains - 120 hard k's. Here's a Google Earth track of the Rim of Africa.
A car can do it, but I wouldn't. A bakkie or high clearance is best. No 4x4 required
Great shot! All the atmosphere of the Cederberg
Nice shot ralph! Hopefully, when jumpeds, no one was hurt?
@cescape - I'm not sure about getting around the dam, but I believe that if one takes Swartberg Pass, turn off to Die Hel there's a track out of the other side of Die Hel to Seweweekspoort. Haven't done it myself so it's only hearsay.
Thank you for reacting to my comment Ralph Phina :) Please cantact me at email@example.com if you care to do so and have the time.
This farm belonged to my relatives way back in the 1930's to about 1990's. We used to call this gorge, "Waterkloof" (water gorge) because the water stream, feeding the farm, emerged from this gorge. My uncle related how they visited the girls in Langkloof (about 20 km to the south)by hiking on horse back along a trail over the mountains...Heaven on earth place!
You certainly take your (?) kayak places Ralph! But I recall that yours is orange! Warm greetings from Cape Town! Johan.
I am glad you have the person in the front of this nice photo! It gives it perspective on a very large scale! Warm greetings from Cape Town! Johan.
wonderful picture - valerio