Misty Mountain, in Mpumalanga, South Africa is a 280 hectare South African Natural Heritage Site situated on the spectacular Long Tom Pass, 31 kilometres (19 miles) from Lydenburg and 24 kilometres (14 miles) from Sabie.
Perched at an altitude of 1650 metres above sea level in a malaria free area, Misty Mountain is uniquely set in a mountainous countryside with fantastic, broad, panoramic vistas in Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Conveniently located on the Panorama Route, Misty Mountain in Mpumalanga, South Africa is an ideal launching pad for touring the Mpumalanga Escarpment and the Kruger National Park. Misty Mountain is a nature lovers' haven.
The climate at Misty Mountain in Mpumalanga, South Africa is moderate. Summer days are warm with daytime temperatures averaging around 25 degrees Celsius. Winter days are mild with temperatures around 18 degrees Celsius.
Throughout the year, the temperature drops in the evenings and winter nights can be cold and crisp. Misty Mountain sits in a mist belt. Therefore a higher than average rainfall of 1500 mm is experienced and this rainfall occurs predominately in the summer months.
From Johannesburg: Misty Mountain in Mpumalanga, South Africa is 320 kilometres (198 miles) from Johannesburg International Airport. Take the N4 from Johannesburg, pass Witbank and the Shell Ultra City outside Middelburg. Turn off the N4 at Belfast 206 kilometres (128 miles) from Johannesburg International Airport to Belfast).
Take the R540 from Belfast to Dullstroom is 33 kilometres (20 miles). Continue on the R540 from Dullstroom to Lydenburg is 55 kilometres (34 miles). From Lydenburg, take the R37 to Sabie. Travel for 31 kilometres (19 miles) and see Misty Mountain situated in Mpumalanga, South Africa on the right hand side of the road.