What you should know
Nico & Danette Hesterman
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1 trail: 20 km | 3 hours
Situated in the Outeniqua Nature Reserve the area is steeped in history. The Attaquas Pass used to be the main highway for ox wagons travelling east and north of Mossel Bay and Cape Town. It was used for nearly two centuries, until the nearby Robinson Pass was completed in 1869. Originally nature showed the way
The main access route is on the northern side of Robinson's Pass, about 50km from Oudtshoorn, and can be tackled as a
Perdekop farmhouse sleeps 12, with hot water, mattresses, firewood and a braai. Or you can stay at Bonniedale.