Seweweekspoortpiek (Afrikaans for ‘Seven Weeks Defile Peak’) is a peak in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is the highest mountain in the Cape Fold Belt and the highest point in the Western Cape province. Along with its western neighbour, Du Toits Peak, it qualifies as an Ultra and these are the only two in the country.
It is located in the Klein Swartberg range, close to the Seweweekspoort mountain pass.
By elevation Seweweekspoortpiek is
# 1 out of 9 in Towerkop Nature Reserve # 1 out of 567 in Garden Route District Municipality # 1 out of 775 in Central Karoo District Municipality # 1 out of 2908 in Western Cape
By prominence Seweweekspoortpiek is
# 1 out of 9 in Towerkop Nature Reserve # 1 out of 567 in Garden Route District Municipality # 1 out of 775 in Central Karoo District Municipality # 2 out of 2908 in Western Cape # 2 out of 14201 in South Africa
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