Blyde River Canyon
The Blyde River Canyon is a 26 km long, up to 800 meters deep and mainly of red sandstone existing Canyon. It is located north-east of Johannesburg in the northern part of the Drakensberg on the Panorama Route and is considered one of the great natural wonders of Africa.
Due to the Blyde River Canyon, which begins at the Bourke 's Luck Potholes, Blyde River river of the same, the 4 ' 16 " S, 30 ° 40' 40" E - 25.0710930.677821920 the Thaba Chweu springs at 25 ° and at 24 ° flows 15 ' 19 " S, 30 ° 49' 50" E - 24.2551830.83055399 in the Olifantsriver flows.
A visited by numerous tourists point of the canyon are the three rondavels ( German: , round huts '), huge, round rocks, reminiscent of the huts of the natives. Much visited because of his outlook is also God's Window.
- 24.56388888888930.8075Koordinaten: 24 ° 33 ' 50 "S, 30 ° 48' 27" E
- Valley in Africa
- Geography (South Africa)
- Tourism ( South Africa)