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Album :: Seweweekspoortpiek 2006


This is the highest peak in the Western Cape at 2 325m.


28 January 2006, 12:45pm Taking a break. We left the vehicles at 5:50am


1:22pm Approaching the Cave


1:23pm Surrounded by Rock



3:12pm Leaving our packs at the cave, we push for the peak


3:26pm Looking east over the Swartberg range


3:44pm Looking south over the valley near Ladismith



3:51pm Boulder Hopping


4:18pm Steep ascent with Seweweekspoort far below


4:38pm A fantastic view of the Great Karoo



4:47pm Peak of the highest mountain in the Western Cape (2 325m)


5:44pm The Art of Nature


7:51pm Glorious



29 January 2006, 6:02am Waking up above the Clouds


6:10am Island in the Clouds


6:38am Son looks more awake than Dad



7:04am Time for Coffee


7:52am What a way to start the day


8:04am Silhouette of a loving couple



8:13am Lookout


8:51am Not many easy sections on this hike !


9:06am Steep Downhill



9:14am And Steeper Still


9:49am Proteas and Mountains - they just go together


10:01am Did we climb that? Got back to vehicles at 12:53pm

  

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