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The Eastern end of the majestic Swartberg Mountain range is home to a canyon forming a historic link between the Great and Little Karoo. This deep gorge was formed over millions of years by the rushing water of the Traka River and is known locally as Toorwaterpoort. Few trains chug through this beautiful ravine and no road exists, but the locals come here on hot days to swim in the cool clear pools and savour the red lichen clad cliffs which tower above the valley floor.


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Toorwater, Uniondale, 6460

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