Greylings Pass
Greylings Pass

Greylings Pass

Greylings Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.953m (6,407ft) above the sea level, located in the Eastern Cape, in South Africa. In snow or very wet weather, it’s recommended a 4WD vehicle to drive this pass. In fair weather it is suitable for all vehicles.

The road over the pass is gravel. It’s called R396 and links Dordrecht in the south west and Barkly East in the north east.

 

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