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The Lisbon Falls are just three kilometers to the south of the Berlin Falls on the Lisbon River. The Lisbon River plunges down in a double stream, 90 meters high, over a semicircular rock face. There is a 100-meter footpath leading from the parking area to a vantage point, at the base of the falls for a really spectacular view. Nearby are some lovely picnic spots. Between Graskop and the Blyde River Canyon, you travel 2,2 km along a gravel road that leads west from the R532. The turn-off to the falls is about 800m south of the junction of the R532 and the R534.

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