1. Attaquaskloof Pass - Discover what a tough life your forefathers had. This 3 hour trip to cover 23 km today, used to take 7 days by ox-wagon. It is mind boggling to think that this was one of South Africa's main roads, before Thomas Bain showed us how to build roads. Allow 15 mins to watch all 3 videos on this pass.
2. Shiyalongubo Pass - This is a fairly serious gravel road pass located in the heart of the gold mining reefs, east of Barberton in Mpumalanga. We recommend a 4WD vehicle when the weather is wet as things could get very slippery in a normal car when these roads become muddy. Watch out for hippos, crocs and disused mine-shafts (seriously!)
3. Skaapwagters Pass - Translates into Sheperds Pass and is also known as De Beers Nek. It's a straightforward section of the tarred R539 between Machadodorp and Nelspruit and forms part of the trio of passes on the Schoemanskloof road.
There is plenty more fresh and exciting material in the editing room, including another major production in about 10 days time - the Antoniesberg Pass in the Northern Baviaanskloof. It's wild, remote, rugged and magnificent.
Stay alive. Drive defensively. Anticipate.