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Devil’s Peak

Devil’s Peak originally known as Windberg or Charles Mountain, is very present. The English term Devil’s Peak is a 19th-century translation from the Dutch Duivels Kop, and supposedly comes from the folk-tale about a Dutch man called Jan van Hunks, a prodigious pipe smoker who lived at the foot of the mountain circa 1700. Originally the slopes of the mountain leading to the Liesbeek River were important Khoi and San grazing grounds.