A group of some massive, 120 million years old, granite rocks stands out of an immensely flat and desolate area right in the middle of the Namib Desert. The highest of them rises for more than 700m above the desert floor. I climbed that one half the way up, and the second highest, at some 500m, all the way up, having the precious chance to marvel these unparalleled views.
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