Adventure in the Cederberg

The Cape Leopard Trust Red Cederberg, Bakkrans, Keurbosfontein Cederberg Conservancy Cederberg Mountains & Cederberg Wilderness, South Africa The Rooi Cederberg Karoo Park Wuppertal is a most attractive oasis in a very rugged wilderness, 72km southeast of Clanwilliam and about 250km from Cape Town The Cederberg Heritage Route offers a collection of four community-based hiking trails in the Cederberg mountains. They can range from three to five nights duration, depending on optional extra days that may be chosen. The majestic and rugged Cederberg mountains are only 2½ hours drive north from Cape Town. Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor Mountaineering Base, Senior Scout Adventure Survey of Cederberg Amphibians & Reptiles for Conservation & Ecotourism The Official Footprint Environmental Services website. Learn more about our company, services and staff. View projects we have completed and those which are currently underway. Find contact information Senior Scout Adventure Website Wilderness Search and Rescue My Waste, My responsibility... Please remove your waste... Download Information brochure... raramuridesign web strategy, development & design My247hosting - affordable, reliable, online

For the benefit of other visitors and preserving the Cederberg, please adhere to the following general rules:

  1. Do not touch or damage rock art, as this causes deterioration of the paintings.
  2. Do not damage or deface rock surfaces, or use rock-bolts when climbing.
  3. Do not interfere with plants or wildlife.
  4. Do not litter (including toilet paper) - take all litter home with you. Download Brochure.
  5. Never discard cigarette butts, as they can cause veld-fires and are unsightly.
  6. No open-fires are permitted, except at designated areas.
  7. Do not use soap or detergents in or near rivers and mountain streams.
  8. Pets are only allowed at certain establishments, please confirm when booking.
  9. Access to outdoor recreational activities and attractions are subject to permits obtainable at various establishments.
  10. When hiking stick to the path and walk in single file to prevent damage to the vegetation.
  11. All fossils are protected as National Monuments and may not be disturbed or removed


Who may participate

Scout Patrols where all Scouts are over the age of 15 (barring very exceptional circumstances) but not yet turned 18 at the start of the Adventure, qualify to enter. Scouter Patrols where all adults are over the age of 18 are welcome to enter too. 

Adventure History

The Heritage Team have posted some interesting facts on previous Adventures. Click here for a trip into the past.