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About Kaapsehoop Escarpment Walk

Hike through a maze of unusual rock formations for 20 minutes from Kaapsehoop and you will find yourself at the edge of the escarpment with jaw dropping views. Here the landscape plunges 1000 metres into the Barberton Valley. At night the twinkling lights of Nelspruit and Barberton are visible. Early birds can watch the sunrise over the Swazi mountains.

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Adri Hough
22 August 2016

Great. Took our lunch with us. Stunning view while having lunch

Daniel Bester
30 May 2016

Scenery beautiful .

Lehanne Creevy
26 October 2015

Fantastic walk/climb, and the view if not misty is breathtaking

Erika Marais
24 March 2015

Easy walk with an amazing view! A must, must, must if you are in Kaapsehoop!

Gesina Diedericks
09 February 2015

Die stap was heerlik met die mis wat so teen mens vaswaai. Die rots formasie & uitsig is regtig iets om te aanskou!

Lorien abbott
03 January 2015

Beautiful and surrounding area kept ecologically safe.

Laren Van Der Westhuizen
23 December 2014

Short, easy walk to an amazing view point.

Colin Mills
19 October 2014

Lovely walk through the stones to the top, but views spoiled by some mist in the valley. Must be stunning on a clear day.

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