This fairly minor tarred pass, designated under road number P34-4, connects the town of Paulpietersburg in the north with Vryheid in the south. It climbs 72m in altitude and is 2,7 km long, producing a comfortable average gradient of 1:38, with the steepest part being at 1: 11.
This is a fairly safe pass and has few hazards, but be aware that there are no safety shoulders. The area is prone to mountain mists.
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