Du Toits Kloof Pass (Old Road), R101

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Du Toits Kloof (Old Road) Du Toits Kloof (Old Road) - Photo: Lisa Roberts

The old Du Toits Kloof Pass (officially designated as the R101) is 11km longer than the newer N1 route, and is certainly worth choosing over the new route if you're not in a hurry! Its grand, dramatic mountain views and elegantly constructed, tunnel whisks one back in time to an older, almost forgotten era -- when World War 2 impactfully changed the world with its bombs, genocide and bittersweet victories.  

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