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Hogsback

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The Wonderland of Hogsback

Be careful when you’re out walking in the mountain because naughty fairies easily lead you astray.

The Amatola Mountains rise from the dry grasslands and hot valleys, their green flanks an oasis of jewelled colours and coolness.
Paths wind through indigenous rainforests to waterfalls that crash down the cliffs. Misty rainbows point to pots of gold and fairy hideaways.
Legend has it that these peaks were the inspiration for Lord of the Rings. Go and spend some time in Middle Earth and find out for yourself…

Qabimbola

The Xhosa call it Qabimbola (red clay on the face) because they dig out clay from the clay pits with which they covered their face