The Trichardt Road links the H1-3 to the N'wanetsi Picnic Spot. 

 This was the road taken by die Voortrekker expidition under lead of Louis Trichardt, who travelled to the coast to establish a connection with the colonial authorities in Mozambique. They travelled through Malaria and Nagana infested area. They reached Mozambique (then Lourenco Marques) in April 1838, but Louis Trichardt and most of the group passed away during the journey.

The memorial on the S37 was put in place to pay tribute to Louis Trichardt.

This road could be either very quiet or rewarding, with large herds of buffalo and zebra. Hyaena and jackals can be seen sometimes, as well as francolin, sandgrouse and sometimes secretary birds.

The Sweni Birdhide can be found at the end of the road, close to the picnic spot.

The S37 is 53 kilometers (33 miles) long.

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