Chain Ladder on Amphitheatre Hike in the Drakensberg
South Africa

The infamous Chain Ladders of the Amphitheatre Hike certainly are not for the faint of heart, or those scared of heights like me! There are acually 4 chain ladders at this point, 2 shorter ones, and 2 very high ones.

Far in the distance one can see the Sentinel Peak car park.

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