Mountain 1 194m high, situated just South-East of eLundi and 12m North-East of White River. The name is said to be Swazi for "the large one' or 'eternal one'. Also recorded as 'Lugogodo'. The Mountain was also known to the Boers as 'Logieskop', from Dutch-logies, which means boarding or lodging, as this was provided here for Travellers, travelling to the Gold Rush in the Lowveld,
In the Mpumalanga Lowveld you will find the oldest dolomite Caves in the World, the famous Sudwala Caves and the Lowveld National Botanical Garden with an enormous collection of Cycads and an African Rainforest. The Lowveld Legogote Region is situated in the lower reaches of the Mpumalanga escarpment and comprises of the Towns of: Nelspruit (Mpumalanga's capital) White River, Kaapsehoop and Kanyamazane.
With an array of attractions to explore the Lowveld Legogote is well known for the Sudwala Caves (one of the oldest Caves in the World), the quaint Village of Kaapsehoop and its wild horses, the mesmerising butterfly garden in the White River Area and the Lowveld Botanical Gardens that offers several hiking trails, the largest collection of cycads and an African rainforest.
30° 32' 49.2", -25° 13' 30"

 New Dictionary of South African Place Names by Peter E. Raper

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