The Khulus are the peaks in South Africa above 3000m, all of which are found in the Drakensberg. This article focuses on the Khulus above 3300m, which are South Africa's top peaks. The Khulus may be roughly classified according to form and location. This additional information is tabulated below for the top Khulus in addition to the co-ordinates for each peak. Thumbnails of the peaks are also shown which link to the dedicated gallery.

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black 90 replied to: #460 21 May 2009 10:21
Thanks again Chris.

Downloaded, opened in wordpad, mapped on Nuvi 200.

Middle of nowhere!:woohoo:

Keep well.
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intrepid replied to: #459 21 May 2009 10:03
You can open a GPX file with a simple text editor - you will see all of the XML tags, just search for what you want. I just opened the GPX file with my Firefox browser too and it displays it in a neat format.

The other option is to download EasyGPS , which is a free application for GPSes, designed for this kind of thing.
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black 90 replied to: #458 21 May 2009 09:38
intrepid wrote:

Mike, there is a waypoint for it in the download for the highest peaks in Lesotho , which I've personally measured.


Thanks Chris, yes I did see that; but don't have any mapping software (yet)...so was hoping for just the co-ords so I could punch it into the Nuvi & see where the peak is etc.
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intrepid replied to: #454 21 May 2009 08:27
Mike, there is a waypoint for it in the download for the highest peaks in Lesotho , which I've personally measured.
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black 90 replied to: #453 21 May 2009 08:12
Hi there,

Does anyone know where I can find the co-ordinates of Thabana Ntlenyana?
Or, better yet; if you wouldn't mind sharing them? ;)

Many thanks