I am starting to plan my third trip to South Africa and am looking for information on Vaal Rhebok. I've used the search function and Google and have gained some data on this really interesting animal. My issue or question is am I setting myself up with unrealistic expectations? I will be 65 years old at the time of the hunt and while I can walk well, and fairly quickly, on level ground, but hunting steep slopes at higher altitudes might be an issue. I live at 200 ft above sea level and can feel altitude issues starting at about 3,000 asl. I know my ability to move vertically will be an issue of speed, balance and oxygen, my knees are fine. I work out daily (3 mile walks, very fast pace). The outfitter says speed going up hill isn't the issue. I would appreciate input on your personal experiences on hunting Vaal rhebok. Is it really like hunting sheep in North America? What was the terrain really like? Did you walk up paths, game trails or was it boulder jumping, shale slides, loose gravel? I want to be reasonably sure I'm within my abilities. Thank you for any input you have.