Strijdomsberg 3325-186
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member roadrunred
S 33° 37.830 E 025° 11.802
35H E 332740 N 6277354
Quick Description: Tough but of historical interest.
Location: Eastern Cape, South Africa
Date Posted: 11/26/2020 1:36:06 AM
Waymark Code: WM13EWH
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Fish Eagle
Views: 1

Long Description:
This peak is off trail and requires the crossing of quite a significant kloof ( Chase's ).
There are few summits that I have attained the top of, to find that a player in the FA cup ( UK Football's greatest trohpy ? ) has inscribed his name there. Engraved in the concrete beside the beacon are two names one of which is Capt W G Morris R.E. The engraving is dated 11th May 1887 ! It was in 1878 that Morris was on the winning team ( Royal Engineers ) that carried the trophy at the Kennington Oval in London ( better known these days for cricket ). He had a long and industrious career that saw him spend considerable time in South Africa carrying out a geodetic survey. It was presumably this work that brought him up this peak in 1887. The full background for those who are interested in the story can be found at

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Altitude (m): 1182

Beacon Type: Peak

Beacon Construction: Standard

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