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MOUNT MOOROSI

FORT HARTLEY, WHITEHILL, QACHA'S NEK "THE GRAND CANYON OF LESOTHO"


Coming in from Tele Bridge Border crossing, driving on the A-4, you will see a marvel of geological wonders. Known as the Grand Canyon of Lesotho, the drive from Fort Hartley, Mount Moorosi to Qacha’s Nek is a wonder to behold.

Legends says that Chief Moorosi’s treasure is hidden in the rock cliffs of Mount Moorosi. It is said that a Bushman was lowered down from a ledge to hide the silver in a crevice in the rock cliffs. Travelling from Telebridge, you will find Fort Hartley, named in honour of a well-known doctor, Major Hartley.
Approximately 12 km from Fort Hartley is Mount Moorosi, the legendary mountain, and village. Continue your journey through the beautiful rock formations to Whitehill and then on to Qacha’s Nek where you can exit Lesotho or continue on another adventure to Sehlabathebe.

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