Ballots Bay Pass [Private Road]

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The railway crossing on the descent The railway crossing on the descent - Photo: Trygve Roberts

This little pass is an absolute gem, but the pass falls on private property and only owners, guests and other authorised personell may drive this road. Only about 30 luxurious homes grace the hillside overlooking Ballots Bay and the endless blue waters of the Indian Ocean. The road is a two spoor paved road, in good condition. It also offers access to another residential area, Carmel Valley, at a split in the road about halfway down the descent. The scenery is breathtaking, but the road is very narrow and exceptionally steep along much of its length.

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