It is a wonderful ride up a very steep escarpment on an unbelievably rocky and bumpy road- so it's slow- great views down the valley. Arriving on to a high level plateau (over 2,000 metres), very un-populated apart from a few locals playing some simple instruments and a few grazing animals spread over many miles. But you can get a a short visit to a herders village with its round huts and take a lunch and pint of beer at the highest pub in Africa. Well worth the trip of about 5 hours or so in total. You can easily appreciate why the great Zulu warriors could never defeat this "Kingdom in the Sky"- the defenders would simply roll rocks down at that them as they tried to fight their way up the slope.
You can easily arrange the trip from Underberg.
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