An easy day, involving a round trip over the Panoramic Route which travels on top of an escarpment in the Drakensburg mountain range. We started with a visit to Pilgrims' Rest which is the site of a gold discovery in 1873. From there to the Pinnacle, a spire of black quartz. God's Window is a high view of the Lowveld (lowlands) below. The next stop was Bourke's Potholes. The swirling of the waters at the confluence of two rivers has created both a deep gorge and potholes at the bottom. The Blyde River Canyon is apparently the third largest in the world and the largest red canyon. At this point you can view the Three Rondavels, rock formations that look like the typical round african hut topped by a thatch roof. Descending the Panoramic drive we entered an agriculture valley with fruit (mainly oranges), corn and wheat. Got back to the resort at about 3:30pm. A good day and not tiring.