At the top of Voortrekker Passstands a monument to a woman walking barefoot over the Drakensberg. After the Voortrekkers entered Natal, which was a British Colony in those days, in 1847, there was a number of trekkers who wanted to return to the Free State. Susanna Smit, sister of Gert Maritz, one of the Voortrekker leaders, declared that she would rather trek barefoot back over the Berg than live in Natal under British rule.
The monument was erected in 1977 and stands very close to the Voortrekker Pass Monument. But that's another post. I was Googling to try and find out if she actually ended up walking across the mountain barefoot. It seems that she died in Natal which means that she never did.