Cedeberg Nature Reserve



3.3km – Rock Jumper Trail – Easy (Cycling)
6.6km – Honey Badger Trail- Hard (Cycling)
3hrs – Uitkyk Trails – Easy (Hiking & Running)
3hrs – Waterfall Trail – Moderate (Hiking & Running)
5hrs – Maltese Cross – Moderate (Hiking)
8hrs – Wolfberg Arch – Hard (Hiking)



The Cederberg, 250km north of Cape Town, spans from Middelberg Pass to Pakhuis Pass. It’s a 71,000-hectare wilderness known for hiking and rock-climbing. This Cape floral Region World Heritage Site features mountain fynbos like laurel protea, red disa, and rare snow protea. The region’s namesake Clanwilliam cedars grace the high cliffs.

Located 250 km to the north of Cape Town, the Cederberg stretches from Citrusdal’s Middelberg Pass to Clanwilliam’s north, just beyond the Pakhuis Pass. Encompassing approximately 71,000 hectares of rugged and mountainous terrain, this region is a prime destination in the Western Cape for enthusiasts of hiking and rock-climbing.

Part of the Cape floral region and designated as a World Heritage Site, the Cederberg is adorned with mountain fynbos. Among its botanical treasures are the laurel protea, the vibrant red disa, the renowned rooibos plant, and the rare, endemic snow protea. Earning its name, the area’s iconic Clanwilliam cedars can be found sporadically adorning the elevated mountain cliffs.

Entrance: R50.00 Adults

                     R30.00 Children




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