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16-18 June 3 PROVINCES - replaced with Gauteng get together

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16-18 June 3 PROVINCES - replaced with Gauteng get together

Postby offroadbiker » 21 Dec 2016 12:19

Reelings sal getref word met bevestiging van genoegsame belangstelling:oldtimer:

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You won’t be disappointed! With 5 different 4x4 trails to choose from, there is absolutely no shortage of 4x4 obstacles, even for the most experienced 4x4’er!
The 4x4 trails offer varying degrees of difficulty. You can expect rocks, mud, stream crossings, side slopes and steep mountain tracks on all of the 4x4 routes. Being all natural, the routes constantly change with the weather, and are completely different from one season to the next.

A map for all 4x4 routes are provided on arrival. It provides a clear top-down view of the routes and contains GPS coordinates and descriptions of interesting sights along the route.

3 Provinces 4x4 Trail - This is the longest and most spectacular route on the farm, taking you up to where the boundaries of Mpumalanga, Kwa-Zulu Natal and the Freestate meet. The meeting point is on top of a 100m high cliff, called Langkrans, at 2 253m above sea level. Apart from the spectacular views over the countryside, the cliff is also home to a breeding pair of Black Eagles.

The route is 34km in length and will take 4 – 6 hours to complete. The difficulty of the route has been rated by Drive-Out Magazine as a 3-4 out of 5, however some obstacles have a 5 rating.

One such section is ‘Helshoogte’, a 300m long steep incline with loose boulders and a stream running down the track. Only experienced drivers with a very capable 4x4 vehicle should attempt this obstacle!

Tierkloof 4x4 trail - short but challenging, with a few interesting obstacles. Navigate over huge boulders inside thick bush, before taking a short steep rocky climb to the top of the mountain. After a short scenic drive you’ll have to drive down one of the steepest downhill sections on the farm. The route is 8km in length but takes about 2 – 3 hours to complete.

Bobbejaankrans 4x4 Trail - another short 4x4 trail. Starting just outside the campsite, it winds its way through thick bush and over rocky terrain, with a few hair-raisingly steep up- and downhills. This route is only 5km in length and takes just 1 - 2 hours to complete.

Tierkloof Extreme 4x4 Trail – Recently Opened - An amazing new route with spectacular views, very steep ups, downs and a few scary slide slopes. It is 5kms in length but takes 2 - 3 hours to complete.

Walletjiestraat 4x4 Trail – Recently Opened - Take a steep drive down into a ravine and drive upstream, navigating sharps turns, a muddy axle-twister and a small log bridge before climbing out on the other side. Chances are that you will get stuck, so remember to bring recovery gear and a friend, or a winch, or both. It is only about 1km in length, and if you are lucky, it should take only 30minutes to complete. If you get stuck though, it could take a while...

Accommodation available

Two Mountain Rock Cabins - One double bed, a bunkbed, a single bed and a sleeper couch, to sleep up to 6 adults.

Two Mountain Log Cabins - One double bed, a bunkbed, and a sleeper couch, to sleep up to 5 adults.

Rooibektiptol Campsite - The large campsite, with 42 individual stands with braai facilities.
Communal ablutions with hot watwer showers, basins and flush toilets - hot water provided by a fire "donkie".
No electricity - Lighting in the campsite and ablutions are provided by a generator during evenings.
Ideal for camper trailers and offroad caravans. Unfortunately normal caravans will not be able to reach the campsite.

Tariffs

Camping R170 - stand & 2 persons; R85 pp over 2 years

Main trail R250 per vehicle
Bobjaan Krans & Tierkloof R 140 per vehicle
Walletjiestreet R80 per vehicle
Tierkloof extreme R160 per vehicle
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby offroadbiker » 21 Dec 2016 12:28

Bywoning

1. Dirk KAMP KOMEDANT
2. Alex Roux
3. Wilkie
4. Maginty
5. Rhett
6. Anthoney F
7. Am Glug glug

Tentatively
1. SJC
2. Ricster
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby Alex Roux » 21 Dec 2016 16:42

Sit my op asb.

Maar ons sal seker moet reel met Herman Geldenhuys, van die ouens gaan wil Helshoogte ry.

http://www.3provinsies4x4.co.za/4x4-trails/
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby Herrie » 22 Dec 2016 07:24

Kan ons weer reel vir baie Patrols want in 2011 het ons 64 Patrols daar gehad vir die Patrol 60th Anniversary?
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby Wilkie » 22 Dec 2016 07:45

Alex Roux wrote:Sit my op asb.

Maar ons sal seker moet reel met Herman Geldenhuys, van die ouens gaan wil Helshoogte ry.

http://www.3provinsies4x4.co.za/4x4-trails/


Nice website... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby offroadbiker » 22 Dec 2016 08:29

Alex Roux wrote:Sit my op asb.

Maar ons sal seker moet reel met Herman Geldenhuys, van die ouens gaan wil Helshoogte ry.

http://www.3provinsies4x4.co.za/4x4-trails/


Ek sal reelings vasmaak in die nuwe jaar, en hoor wat se hy rakende Helshoogte :thumbup:
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby FordGuy » 22 Dec 2016 09:45

sit my naam op die lys
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Postby FordGuy » 22 Dec 2016 09:51

asseblief ,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief,asseblief en dankie
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby Wilkie » 23 Dec 2016 08:01

Hey Ford guy ............ek like dit dat jy so baie smeek om saam met die regte 4X4 's wil ry........ :pray: :pray: :pray:
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Re: 16-18 Junie 2017 DRIE PROVINSIES

Postby Wilkie » 23 Dec 2016 11:01

5.Wilkie
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