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The Prince Alfred journey continues

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In our previous edition, Trygve Roberts from Mountain Passes South Africa explored the first part of South Africa's longest pass and marvelled at Thomas Bain's engineering prowess. This month he explores further, travelling from De Vlugt southwards to Knysna.

As the Langkloof opens up into the Keurbooms River valley, you will pass several points of interest before crossing the Keurbooms River over a low level concrete causeway.

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- Adventure Afrika Apr/May 2021 edition 

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