The Blesbok Loop Drive in The Golden Gate National Park

The Blesbok Loop is a one way drive of c6.7kms which gives wonderful views and ever-changing colours. We drove it during the daytime and at the ‘golden hour’ in the evening. The start of the drive is just beyond, or before, the Glen Reenen Rest Camp in the Park.

The start of the Blesbok Loop Drive
The start of the Blesbok Loop Drive
Langtoon Dam, Golden Gate National Park
Langtoon Dam, Golden Gate National Park
Looking down the ravine from the Langtoon Dame, Golden Gate National Park
Looking down the ravine from the Langtoon Dam, Golden Gate National Park
Looking down on Mushroom Rock & up to Wodehouse
Looking down on Mushroom Rock & up to Wodehouse
Looking northwards on the Blesbok Loop, Golden Gate National Park
Looking northwards on the Blesbok Loop, Golden Gate National Park
Looking northwards, Blesbok Loop, Golden Gate National Park
Looking northwards, Blesbok Loop, Golden Gate National Park

You may be interested in
Information about the Park – geology & history
Blesbok Loop – good photographs & interesting facts

2 comments

  1. I like Blesbok Loop best in the early morning; game is often more plentiful then before moving away from the road, and if you are lucky the road rises above low-hanging clouds and mist to give you a surreal experience of looking down onto the clouds.

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