Wolfberg Trekking Adventure

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Abseiling, Climbing, Discovery, Guided Tours, Multi-Day Trekking, Short Breaks, Trekking, Winetasting
  • Activity Level Challenging
    5/8
  • Group Size Medium Group
    On Request
All about the Wolfberg Trekking Adventure.

Lodge Based Trek

The Wolfberg Adventure offers an ideal first experience of the Cederberg with a taste of various activities and seeing some of the best-known features of the range. We stay in fully equipped mountain chalets with hot & cold running water, full ablutions and electricity.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Guide, equipment
  • Public liability insurance
  • Transport
  • Permits, accommodation, meals
  • All arrangements
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Personal, medical or rescue insurance
  1. Day 1 Wolfberg Adventure

    Departing early from Cape Town we follow the N7 via the Piekenierskloof Pass and the towns of Malmesbury, Piketberg and Citrusdal to arrive in the Cederberg Wilderness Area by late morning. We make ourselves at home in the lovely mountain chalets on the banks of the Driehoek River on the farm Dwarsrivier. We spend the afternoon swimming at Maalgat (“whirlpool”), exploring the area and relaxing. Abseiling and Single-Pitch Rock Climbing can also be enjoyed close to the campsite. Watch the orange and red of the sandstone cliffs as the sun sets and enjoy a traditional South African meal around the fire.

  2. Day 2 Wolfberg Adventure

    Taking only what we need for the day, we hike up the Wolfberg via Gabriel’s Pass, crossing the sandy plateau to reach the impressive Wolfberg Arch (a natural, freestanding, 30m high sandstone arch). Continuing along the footpath on the plateau to the Wolfberg Cracks. Exploring the amazing network of narrow passages and chimneys, we follow the cracks down into the alluring Valley of the Red Gods and then steeply down back to the chalets.

  3. Day 3 Wolfberg Adventure

    Today we spend the morning exploring the historical and impressive Stadsaal (meaning “City Hall”) Caves and looking at the ancient San (“Bushman”) Rock Art. We make time for some wine tasting, at the cellar with the highest vineyards in Africa, before heading back to Cape Town in the afternoon.

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