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Latest News! 29th April, 2014

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Not for drivers who suffer from acrophobia Not for drivers who suffer from acrophobia

The MountainPassesSouthAfrica website hit a new record last week logging just under 30,000 views for the prior 4 week cycle. If you are not a subscriber yet, we invite you to become one. Advantages are that you  get the freshest news and new passes first - plus you have access to the route files (which makes finding passes on your GPS a very easy matter), plus you receive an email version of this e-newsletter, inviting you to read up on the latest passes. The subscription process is straight forward. Just click on the green REGISTER button in the right column of any page; complete the fields and the rest happens automatically.

Holidays provide opportunities to try out new destinations and what could be more fun then heading out into the country. We have reduced our news bulletins down to one per week, until mid-May, once life returns to normal. This week as usual, we explore some new destinations:

1. Remhoogte Pass - This fairly easy tarred pass lies on the R60 between Ashton and Swellendam and is the biggest of the trio of passes on this road.

2. Mpageni Pass - A big pass in Mpumalanga also known as the "Old Nelspruit-Kaapmuiden Road". It is long and steep with great views over the Crocodile River Poort. 

3. Nelshoogte Pass - Traverses the State Forests between Barberton and Badplaas and is over 12 km long. A beauty.

Travel light.


Trygve Roberts
Editor








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