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Mogonye village is about 40km to the South West of Gaborone, Botswana. There are two climbing areas, the Mannyelanong Cliffs and the @@ Gorge.
 
Mogonye village is about 40km to the South West of Gaborone, Botswana. There are two climbing areas, the Mannyelanong Cliffs and the @@ Gorge.
  
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==Getting There==
 
==Getting There==
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Mannyelanong Cliffs
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[http://maps.google.com/maps?t=h&q=-24.83882,25.66291&ie=UTF8&ll=-24.83882,25.66291spn=0.035207,0.055275&z=14 link in google map]
 
  
 
Turn off the A1 at Boatle and head towards Thamaga. Take the signposted left turn to Mogonye Village. Road is tar up to village. Then take track as shown above (and see Tracks4Africa layer on google earth). 4WD needed.
 
Turn off the A1 at Boatle and head towards Thamaga. Take the signposted left turn to Mogonye Village. Road is tar up to village. Then take track as shown above (and see Tracks4Africa layer on google earth). 4WD needed.

Revision as of 16:39, 21 May 2009

Mogonye village is about 40km to the South West of Gaborone, Botswana. There are two climbing areas, the Mannyelanong Cliffs and the @@ Gorge.

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Getting There

GPS coordinates -24.83882, 25.66291 google map link google earth link

<googlemap version="0.9" lat="-24.83882" lon="25.66291" zoom="14"> -24.83882, 25.66291 Mannyelanong Cliffs </googlemap>

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Turn off the A1 at Boatle and head towards Thamaga. Take the signposted left turn to Mogonye Village. Road is tar up to village. Then take track as shown above (and see Tracks4Africa layer on google earth). 4WD needed.

Mannyelanong Cliffs

Gorge