The pass is question is the Gifberg Pass. It's quite a long drive getting there, so it's best to book into overnight accommodation to be able to have enough time to enjoy some of the natural wonders that the area has to offer. It lies roughly 20km south of Vanrhynsdorp and many people have seen the Gifberg mountain on the eastern side of the N7 on the Cape/Namibia route between Klawer and Vanrhyndorp.
Once you've reached the summit and visited the viewsite at Windhoek Kop, take the gravel road to the east for 18 km as it winds through rooibos plantations and isolated mountain plateau farms to reach the summit of the Ouberg Pass. Don't drive this section if you object to opening and closing farm gates. Yes, this is the 4th Ouberg Pass (P2204) on our website. This is a smaller, but very scenic descent back to the famous Knersvlakte, ending at Vanrhynsdorp. The other Ouberg passes are at Sutherland, Montagu and one in the Eastern Cape. All are indexed on this website.
1. Gifberg Pass
2. Ouberg Pass
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