Forgotten Tracks and Trails of the Escarpment and the Lowveld
by Gerrit Haarhoff
Researched from archival and contemporaneous narratives, this book explores the first roads which etched their ways into the landscape of south eastern Mpumalanga.
Starting off as ancient game paths, trails developed for trade and rudimentary roads were made with the advent of wagons in the 1840s.
Using the latest technology, the remains of these tracks and trails can still be found as reminders of the past. This is the story of the people and their time, and the roads they made.
The book also includes a detailed route description of the Jock of the Bushveld trail and locations of markers placed.