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Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 02 Jun 2017 13:41
by georgeb
With credit to a post from the 4x4 Community Forum:

Thanks to Louis, Stephan and the gang swinging aroundhere from Witbank.
This trucks are up to it and capable, one must see it tobelieve it.

Like been mentioned the distance was 1.2 km one way +-hour drive, more down hill.
Both ways 2.4 km, back more up hill - 2 hour drive
They do recommend +- 31 tyres and some bodyclearance.
Note up mountain not for standard vehicles.

COST R 300.00 PER VEHICLE INCLUDES 2 PERSONS THERE AFTERR 80.00 PER PERSON EKSTRA.
YOU CAN DO OLD AND NEW TRAIL DURATION +- 4 TO 4.5 HOURS
Book now to challenge our new route (level 3 – 4). Route is officially open.

We have the following requirements so far:
1. It is essential to book in advance.
2. Groups of 3 – 8 vehicles are allowed at a time.
3. No children under 18 are allowed on this route.
4. No alcohol or persons under the influence are allowed.
5. The new route will be open from 09h00 till 15h00.

We would further recommend the following:
1. You will have to have the necessary 4x4 experience.
2. Reliable vehicle with good ground clearance, at least diff-lock? we think +-31” tires? belly protection (although most of the big rocks have been removed),proper front rear recovery points and recovery gear.

The following are required in at least one of the vehicles in the group:
1. Fire extinguisher.
2. High lift jack.
3. Tire plug kit.
4. Compressor.
5. First aid kit.
6. Other recovery gear.
7. One vehicle in the group with a winch

Remember to take water, proper foot gear and cell phone with as we do not offer any recovery on this new route.
Remember ECO driving – please stay on the trail.
Accommodation available.
Office 083 268 8185

Het iemand van ons al hier gery?

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 02 Jun 2017 19:00
by Michael
Ek kan nie mooi uitmaak wat aan gaan daar nie :think:

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 02 Jun 2017 19:47
by georgeb
Michael wrote:Ek kan nie mooi uitmaak wat aan gaan daar nie :think:
Jammer man, ek het sommer op my foon gecopy en "waste" - die kite het nie so lekker gevlieg nie - het nou so bietjie clean up gedoen.

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 02 Jun 2017 23:46
by SJC
daar was nog n thread oor die roete gewees.... het dit verdwyn? kan dit nie kry nie... :think:


btw. van die (4x4community) ouens wat die roete gery het, is nie oortuig dat meer as 'n graad 3 roete is nie...
Teen R300... :surprised:

"They do recommend +- 31 tyres and some bodyclearance."
As they say: one mans grade 3 is another mans grade 5... :lol:

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 03 Jun 2017 07:54
by Michael
georgeb wrote:
Michael wrote:Ek kan nie mooi uitmaak wat aan gaan daar nie :think:
Jammer man, ek het sommer op my foon gecopy en "waste" - die kite het nie so lekker gevlieg nie - het nou so bietjie clean up gedoen.
Geen probleem George, sien dit wys nou moou :thumbup:

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 03 Jun 2017 11:05
by georgeb
SJC wrote:daar was nog n thread oor die roete gewees.... het dit verdwyn? kan dit nie kry nie... :think:
Dit was sommer so deel van 'n ander gesprek as ek reg onthou? Dewildt is mos hier op my voorstoep - sal moet gaan loer...

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 03 Jun 2017 12:56
by andredurand
Laat weet waneer as ons niks aan het nie is ons in :thumbup:

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 03 Jun 2017 19:57
by georgeb
andredurand wrote:Laat weet waneer as ons niks aan het nie is ons in :thumbup:
Sharp! Maak so...

Re: Dewildt: New Mountain Route

Posted: 04 Jun 2017 17:43
by iandvl
Was n week of twee terug daar saam met Sam (aka Trowalts) en bietjie met die eienaar gesels. Roete is blykbaar nie te rof nie, maar aangesien dit n nuwe roete is, is die plantegroei nog effens wild. So mens moet of geduldig wees en 'n paar clippers pak om die pad oop te maak, of mens moet tevrede wees met 'n paar 'bos strepe'. :rolling: