Seven Passes Road

Seven Passes Road is the oldest direct road link between George and Knysna in Western Cape, South Africa. The road which traverses seven passes was engineered by Thomas Charles John Bain and Adam de Smidt. It was completed around
1883 and is situated just south of the Outeniqua Mountains. The seven passes, in order from George to Knysna, are: Kaaimans River Pass, Silwer River Pass, Touw River Pass, Hoogekraal Pass, Karatara Pass, Homtini Pass, Phantom Pass. Seven Passes Road is a tourist attraction very popular with mountain bikers. Attractions along the road include the old gold fields near Millwood. Small parts are still gravel but good enoughto all vehicles.
Seven Passes Road , Νότια Αφρική
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