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Chameleon
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Patrol 4x4 route couples day

Post by Chameleon »

Would any couples be interested to spend the day on Sunday 8th November at the Piesangskloof 4x4 Trail. We will go up to the top of the mountain and have a picnic overlooking Hartbeespoort Dam and surrounding areas.
It would be great to attract some experienced 4x4 enthusiasts, as this is quite a difficult one!
For more information on the trail see www.piesangkloof.co.za
Please let me know who wants to join, so that I can make enquiries about availability and number of vehicles allowed.

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Re: Patrol 4x4 route couples day

Post by Peter Connan »

Chameleon, do you have rock sliders on your car?

Would not recommend doing the longer/harder section of that route without them. The shorter section is actually quite easy and should not really challenge you (unless it is very wet), but is a beautiful scenic drive. A nice outing for newer guys.
Mag ons ons kenniskry met lekkerkry aanhoukry.

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Re: Patrol 4x4 route couples day

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Thanks for the advice Peter will try the shorter route.

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