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Our featured pass this week is another humdinger - a gravel pass of note; packed with sharp corners, awkwardly banked bends, steep-drop-offs, rough surfaces but with the reward of mind-boggling views that will take your breath away. It's not really suitable for normal city cars, so rather travel in a higher clearance vehicle or an SUV.
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We head off to the northern Cederberg via the Pakhuis Pass and from there to the Biedouw valley via the Hoek se Berg Pass. On the descent on the far side of the Biedouw Valley, the bulky mountain called Kraaiberg, blocks the view. A gravel road can be seen zig-zagging its way towards the summit. This is the Kraaiberg Pass and it's where we are heading....
We produced two videos - ascending and descending - which shows the scope of the road quality (or lack of it) as well as the dizzying views from the summit.
Click the link to take you directly to the KRAAIBERG PASS.
Thought for the day: Be nice to farmers.