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    Hi guys,

    I could use a bit of help here - we will be going to the Cederberg for the long weekend around 21st September. We will be staying at Jamaka from Friday night untill Monday and would like to do some 4x4 routes in the area. I would appreciate some input on the different options available in this area so that we can start planning things - nothing to hectic, just some nice, challenging routes in what is a very scenic part of the world.

    I look forward to some good input from guys who have done these routes.

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    From Jamaka, Kromrivier is possibly your best bet in terms of accessability. Otherwise around Wuppertal, Tra-tra etc.

    You might also like to try Luiperdskloof, not too far away and quite scenic. Some tough spots though.
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    Thanks, Francois. I appreciate your input.

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    AFAIK there is also a 4x4 route on Jamaka itself. Apart from Kromrivier 4x4, you could also do a few nice day hikes from either Algeria, Sanddrif (Dwarsrivier) and on Kromrivier, go to Stadsaalrotse, etc. Should be beautiful in that area now after the good winter rains.
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    Hi their

    Like Francious mentioned, the trail threw wuppertal is not to hectic but very senic and then runs back to clanwilliam.You then go the back way to your camp. It will take up most of your day. We thought it was great.
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    In the top circular route going back to Clanwilliam you could also camp at the farm of the owner of Bushman's Cave. Very nice rustic campsite (absolution facilities, grass, swimming pool, shade) and a couple of nice 4x4 trails on the farm. One a 4km white dry river bed filled with challenges along the sides and then 2 mountain trails plus another sandy one.
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