Slingsby Map Swartberg & Klein Karoo (3rd Edition) - Flying Brick

Slingsby Map Swartberg & Klein Karoo (3rd Edition)


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The Swartberg is the mightiest mountain range in the Western Cape, with peaks up to 2400 meters, fantastic ravines, gorges and poorts, amazing mountain passes, lost corners and a history as rich as its flora and fauna. The mountains frame the northern edge of the Klein-Karoo, their mighty peaks and slopes dark and swart against the northering sun.

The mountains and the Klein-Karoo provide a playground for tourists — there are ostrich farms, wildlife parks, the Cango caves, endless fascination for explorers, and a richness of facilities and activities that’s as good as you could find anywhere.

Slingsby Map Swartberg & Klein Karoo is the first detailed map ever produced for the area; may it guide you on many an exciting journey of discovery.
This double-sided, full-relief map covers, at a scale of 1:160 000, the entire Swartberg mountain range from west to east. North of the mountains the towns of Laingsburg, Prince Albert and Willowmore are included; through the Klein-Karoo the major towns are Ladismith, Calitzdorp, Oudtshoorn and De Rust. The southern boundary of the map is defined by the northern slopes of the Langeberg-Outeniqua range, with towns Barrydale, Vanwyksdorp, George and Uniondale.

All roads from National Highways to minor gravel roads are shown; the many classifications that indicate the quality of each road help you plan your route.
No less than 28 mountain passes are shown — all are public roads!
Distances are clearly shown; comprehensive 4 x 4 information.
GPS coordinates in DD MM SS format are provided for every road-junction.
All tourism facilities and accommodation establishments are shown in the out-of-town areas; there are insets of the major towns.
The map links to our maps of the Baviaanskloof, the Garden Route, Overberg and the Tankwa-Karoo.


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