This site is situated in on the floor of a kloof on the southern edge of the Ploegberg Mountains, in the south-eastern (seeing from Kuboes) part of the heritage site. Access is by 2×2 vehicles off the main road between Kuboes and Lekkersing. The kloof is characterised by big round boulders and a sheer cliff on one side of the kloof. There is a shallow cave and many nooks and crannies have been formed between boulders that have settled at the bottom of the kloof. The kloof is well vegetated with trees, grasses and shrubs. There are two disused reservoirs as well as the ruins of a old farm house on the site. The site currently used as an camping site and picnic site. Water is available from a nearby borehole in the neighbouring kloof.