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The road to Die Hel continues...

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This month, Trygve Robert from Mountain Passes South continues his journey on the famous Gamkaskloof, approximately 100 km from Oudtshoorn.

Following the gorgeous rock pool shortly after the Paarde Vley section, the road rises from the 11th km mark over a small neck and then begins descending once again down a narrower section of the kloof (just over 1 km wide). Immediately to your left (south), you will get a good view of the towering Kariegasberg with a summit of 2 053 m.

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