Time  one hour 25 minutes

Coordinates 174

Uploaded May 25, 2019

Recorded April 2019

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1,264 ft
1,125 ft
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1.12 mi

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near Klawer, Western Cape (Republic of South Africa)

This little walk is technical underfoot and provides for a mini-adventure as one gets to view the incredible rock formations, otherwise known as the Potholes of the Gifberg. The trail starts at the bridge and cattle grid at the farm entrance and ends at the reception.

The trail is marked with white footprints. Look out for the rock art painting near the end, way pointed. DO NOT TOUCH THE PAINTINGS!

Access for the trail is free for visitors staying at the farm, and there is a fee if visiting the farm as a day visitor. Take water, food, hat and sunscreen with you.

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panorama

Lookout

Nice view over the farm and valley South.
Archaeological site

Painting

Rock art
Waypoint

Potholes

Up and down the gorge, there is a lot to see!

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